It all started when McKenna responded to an advertisement that he found on backpage.com. McKenna then used Shreveport Police Department funds to get himself a massage and to find out what the massage parlor might be offering in addition to a good massage.
The case stems from when Shreveport Police Officer D. Jackson responded to an assault and battery complaint at the Fairmont Apartments located in the 700 block of Cotton Street downtown on Aug. 4. Upon arrival, police found a bloody scene, leaving trails of blood from the lobby to the elevator and all the way to an apartment on the fifth floor.
Bailey immediately identified Heard on the videotape because he had recently dealt with him on other issues. Bailey had knowledge that he frequented a motel on Monkhouse Drive, so police went to the motel and found the vehicle parked in the rear of the motel’s parking lot.
Caddo Sheriff’s Det. Jarred Marshall was put on the case and contacted the teenage victim on Nov. 29, 2017. The victim told Marshall that her father had whipped her with a belt, leaving several bruises. She also told him that he was drunk and angry most of the time about something.
Detectives are asking anyone who can identify this subject to call 673-7300, option 3. Those wishing to remain anonymous are asked to contact Shreveport- Caddo Crime Stoppers at 673-7373, www.lockemup.org.
Shreveport Police Officer J. D. Smith took Trosclair into custody after Lisa Berard told police that she and Trosclair have lived together at that residence for about three months as boyfriend and girlfriend. She further stated that they had been fighting and arguing.
Shreveport police violent crimes detectives were notified of the incident and immediately launched an investigation. Based on preliminary findings, evidence was obtained suggesting the shooting took place inside the apartment home, where the juvenile was present along with several others.