The March 5 hearing determined he had three prior convictions for simple burglary, necessitating a mandatory life sentence, without possibility of probation, parole or suspension of sentence, for the seconddegree battery conviction..
Once on scene, officers were contacted by medics and told that the child had actually been shot, not cut, as was initially reported. He was transported to University Health and immediately taken into surgery. He remains hospitalized and is said to be in stable condition.
On March 1 just before 3 p.m., two Shreveport police patrol officers observed two men loitering outside of a vacant residence in the 1200 block of Travis Street. Upon contact with the men, one suspect, later identified as 32-year-old Cartilieus Montrail Claville of the 7100 block of Beaufort Way, fled into the vacant residence then out the back door.
A Shreveport police officer and an employee at the Circle K at 809 Olive St. saw a woman, later identified as 22-yearold Carly Ann Henderson of 586 Palmetto Drive in Benton, trying to steal items from the store The employee confronted Henderson, who returned the items and proceeded to leave the store.
Last Thursday, March 1, the victim claimed that the suspect, identified as 26- year-old Demaria Latarius Allen of 2545 Vivian St. came to her residence armed with a .22 caliber assault rifle and made verbal threats to kill her and everyone in her house while the weapon was aimed at her person.
As the vehicle came to a stop, the passenger allegedly bailed out of the vehicle and started running. The officer followed him on foot. While chasing him, the officer saw the suspect, identified as 36-year-old Anthony Ray Smith of Jonesboro, La., toss several plastic baggies with a white substance in them.
In a case that has lasted six years, William T. Allen IV, 42, of the 8700 block of E. Wilderness Way in Shreveport, has pled not guilty to one count of computer-aided solicitation of a minor during an Online Crimes Against Children Task Force investigation in 2012.
Sears was arrested on two separate warrants involving drugs — warrant one for possession of schedule I drugs (marijuana) with intent to distribute and possession of schedule II drugs (methamphetamine) with intent to distribute, and warrant two for...
While being placed in custody, Davis stiffened his arms to resist cuffing and tried to turn around and face the officer. He was then taken down onto the bed in the motel room and refused to put his hands behind his back.
Initially, his law enforcement background will be questioned by many rank and file at the Shreveport Police Department (SPD). Reportedly, his service as public information officer and then head of the SPD Crime Stoppers program did not entail any supervisory or investigative activities.
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