Authorities continue trying to piece together the chain of events that led to a shootout in northern Louisiana Friday that left two police detectives dead and two medical responders wounded. It happened about 1:30 p.m. when someone at a Budget Inn motel in Bastrop in Morehouse Parish opened fire on two city detectives - killing both. Moments later two ambulance personnel responding to the scene were wounded when shots were fired from the motel. At some point during the second attack a suspect was reportedly shot and killed. The detectives killed have been identified as 40-year-old John R. Smith and 34-year-old Charles D. Wilson Jr. Emergency crew wounded have been identified as David Thomas and Jade Tanksley. Thomas was reportedly shot in the arm and was listed in fair condition at a local hospital. Tanksley was reportedly grazed on the head by a bullet and was treated and released from the hospital. The name of the suspect killed is being withheld pending positive identification, according to authorities. They said they continue looking for at least one additional suspect - identified as 26-year-old Tanya "Little Feather" Smith. She is described as either white or Native American in appearance, five-feet nine-inches, 150 pounds, with brown hair, hazel eyes and a tattoo on her left wrist. Smith was last seen wearing a white tank-top and blue jeans. She was reportedly seen leaving the area in a dark green or black full-size Dodge pickup. Smith is also being sought in connection with a murder in Harris County, Texas, authorities said. Anyone with information is asked to call law enforcement at 318-281-4141, 318-345-0000 or 504-816-3000.