“We could not be more thrilled knowing, through our combined energies, Bossier and Caddo Schools exceeded all previous records to make this year’s Red Kettle Challenge the most successful one-day collection effort yet for The Salvation Army,” said Bossier Parish Public Schools Superintendent Scott Smith.
The driver failed to pull over. The driver did slow down but fled on foot while the vehicle was still in drive. The officer used his unit to stop the vehicle from continuing to roll forward. The passenger, who was identified as Christina Joann Elaine Smith, 20, of Bossier City, La.
The vast majority of local citizens have made it clear that they are not happy with the crime that continues to plague the city of Shreveport. Now that the city has appointed “substitute” Police Chief Ben Raymond as its new top law enforcement officer, things are about to change.
Upon learning of the threat Veterans Affairs Police contacted LSP-CIU Bossier Field Office, and the hospital was placed on lockdown. LSP-CIU obtained a warrant for terrorizing through Caddo Parish District Court. Around 9:15 p.m. on Monday, troopers from CIU, CID, SWAT and patrol located and arrested White without incident.
Last Friday, Nov. 30, just before 9 a.m., Shreveport police patrol officers were dispatched to the intersection of Judson Street and Missouri Avenue relative to information from authorities in Texas regarding a possible kidnapping..
Shreveport-Caddo Crime Stoppers will pay cash rewards for information leading to the arrests of these individuals. Tips can be submitted anonymously by phone at 673-737 or through their website at www.lockemup.org.
The two-man, four-woman jury in District Judge Katherine Dorroh's courtroom retired Tuesday, and after two hours of deliberations, returned its unanimous guilty verdict on the charge of felony aggravated assault with a motor vehicle upon a peace officer.
On Sept. 16, a subject, later identified as Chase Ryan Alford, 29, of Logansport, contacted what he believed to be a female juvenile through Facebook Messenger who identified herself as a 15-year-old juvenile. The “juvenile” whom Alford contacted was, in fact, an undercover account set up by law enforcement for investigative purposes.