Editor’s Note: We forwarded your comment to Bossier City Public Information Officer Mark Natale, the following is his reply. Thanks for bringing this to our attention. Bossier City Animal Control does have “oncall” personnel available to respond to such calls on weekends and after hours during the week.
Yes, good afternoon. This is reference to the new driver’s license that are coming out in the state of Louisiana. I’d like for Danny to do an editorial and any other general manager of the news stations to be vocal when it comes to putting our actual culture and nationality on your driver’s license.
Troutman, was arrested and falsely accused of monetary instrument abuse and identity theft. Her only crime is having too big a heart; she is just a really generous person. The person arrested with her is guilty of these crimes, so is his partner, a female yet to be arrested.
The young SPD officer named Phillip Tucker, the news said that he shot a man down with a small kitchen knife. The article last week from you, at least, expressed from someone who knew this was not right. I am in accord with that person. The DA, the Internal Affairs and SIC may have given him the OK to come back, but that does not make it right.
Yes, I just wanted to make a comment on the hospital wait time. The person that said the people that sit at LSU hospital don’t work. I had taken my daughter to LSU hospital at 12 midnight, 8 a.m. that morning we were still not seen. She was very sick, throwing up, 8 a.
Hello, I was calling in about this wait time at LSU. I was in the burn unit last week and I waited 15 minutes before I saw a doctor. Last year, I had cataract surgery and went for a follow-up. My appointment was at 10 o’clock that morning; at 9:30 that morning I was getting in my vehicle to come home.
Benton Police Chief Pilkington issued the following response: In the Dec. 18, 2013, Benton Police Weekly Report, it showed that Officer J. Rowland issued a citation for speeding 48 in a 45 zone on Palmetto Road. That was a misprint. The posted speed limit on Palmetto Road is 35 mph.