On Sept. 18, Shreveport police patrol officers were called to the 200 block of Gator Drive in reference to a suspect driving a grey Toyota pickup truck who pointed a gun at two juveniles as they walked home..
Patrick T. Wilson, 50, of 1101 Highland Ave. pulled the thermometer from his pocket and went toward the victim, saying, “Man, I’m about to stab you in your f—-ing neck!” Wilson was highly upset with the victim when he was confronted about stealing some items from the victim.
On Saturday at 2:27 a.m., Blanchard police officers were dispatched to 8310 Dixie-Blanchard, Deer Creek, Lot 96, in reference to a disturbance. This was the second time officers were dispatched to this address but the fourth time to this area in reference to this address.
At that point, the woman called the Bossier City Police Department and notified them of the situation. Officers with the Bossier City police conducted a traffic stop, where the suspect gave officer consent to search his vehicle. The officer located a vial of morphine, four vials of Dilaudid, along with two firearms as well.
Killingsworth, 50, is charged in a May 22, 2016, attack on his former girlfriend, who was shot numerous times. The attack in the 6700 block of Liberty Street, in the city's Cedar Grove neighborhood, was witnessed by several of the victim's family members.
According to the May 3 guilty plea, Shreveport police arrested Sumner on Sept. 11, 2017, for burglarizing a home on Burson Drive. Police found a Volquartsen Custom, .22-caliber pistol with an attached Silcenerco Spectre II, .22-caliber silencer on him. Police also searched the car Sumner had been driving that day and found a Benelli Arms S.
According to an ex-girlfriend, Dittler entered her residence without her permission. She said that she and Dittler had been dating off and on for more than a couple of years, but they had been broken up for four months and were not living together.
Post-Miranda, Jackson admitted to spraying the complainant with Mace twice while his son was present, damaging the TV and creating a fake Facebook page to harass him. Property damage is estimated at $330.
While responding, Detective Jeremy Proudhome noticed a black male walking along Louisiana Highway 1 within a mile and a half from the victim’s home. He identified the male as 17-year-old Jerimiah Adam Enriquez, the neighbor the victim recognized during the home invasion.