This photo released by David Minsky shows victims being assisted moments after a shooting on Bourbon Street early Sunday morning that left nine people injured, Sunday, June 29, 2014. (AP Photo/David Minsky)Meanwhile, authorities say Justin Odom, 20, identified by authorities as a "person of interest" in connection with the shooting, turned himself in to authorities Wednesday and was booked into the Jefferson Parish jail on shoplifting and traffic-related charges. New Orleans Police Department spokesman Hilal Williams said detectives questioned Odom in the presence of his attorney. Police said earlier they were looking for another man with whom Odom associates and who is known as either Josh or Joe. The New Orleans Advocate (http://bit.ly/1qB0qMn ) reported that court records show Odom pleaded guilty in March to a pair of marijuana possession counts stemming from arrests this year and last year in Jefferson Parish. He received credit for time served. Three of the shooting victims were reported in stable condition Wednesday: a 35-year-old man from Mississippi, a 19-year-old Arkansas woman, and an 18-year-old New Orleans man. Interim Hospital spokeswoman Siona LaFrance said Wednesday that a 21-year-old Australian woman was released from the hospital. Other victims, not hospitalized, included two New Orleans-area men; a teenage girl and a woman from Alabama; and a Florida man. The Australian woman, identified by The West Australian (http://yhoo.it/1mRHNBd) as Amy Williams, of Mount Hawthorn, a suburb of Perth in Western Australia, did not immediately respond Wednesday to messages sent via her Facebook page or "Repair Amy's smile," a Facebook page created to raise money to reconstruct her teeth. She told the newspaper that all or part of a bullet went in through her right cheek and out through her top lip, knocking out most of her teeth, burning her gums and requiring 30 stitches in her tongue and a metal support for the roof of her mouth. The shootings happened as tourists walked the historic street of century-old, neon-bedecked buildings, housing bars, restaurants, shops and strip clubs in the heart of the city's oldest neighborhood. Police Chief Ronal Serpas said overtime and people from other parts of the department will put 500 extra officers on duty in key spots as thousands of visitors hit town for the annual Essence Festival, which begins Thursday. State police also will be helping with Essence security.