The suspect allegedly followed the victims to one of their residences. Once there, the suspect produced a firearm with the intent to scare the victims. The suspect was asked to leave the property several times and refused to do so until authorities were called.
Upon arrival, the complainant had the suspect pinned to the ground. The suspect was allegedly in the bar causing a disturbance. When the complainant refused to buy him a beer, the suspect became violent. In the process, the suspect bit the complainant on the right forearm.
The suspect and another person allegedly got into a verbal altercation that turned physical. The victim tried to separate the two of them. The suspect then tried to fight the victim and struck the victim in the back with an object without consent. The victim went to a local hospital for the injury.
The suspect was allegedly passed out in a truck at the business. When the officer asked him several times to exit the vehicle, the suspect refused. The suspect was also found to have a green, leafy substance in a plastic bag that field tested positive for marijuana.
During the execution of a narcotics search warrant, the suspect was allegedly found to be in possession of scales, packaging material, marijuana and Hydrocodone. Post-Miranda, the suspect said it all belonged to him..
The complainant claimed that the suspect entered the hallway wrapped in a blanket. He then began to follow her, then opened the blanket to reveal his nude body. The complainant yelled, and a witness saw the suspect in the hallway wrapped in a blanket..
"If they want to take a baby from the arms of his mother and separate the two, that's wrong. I don't care where you're at, what time and condition, that just goes against -- you don't have to read the Bible for that. That goes against human decency. That goes against human dignity.
The flag consists of 13 alternating red and white stripes that represent the 13 original colonies, and 50 white stars on a blue field, with each star representing a state. The colors on the flag represent:.
They pay the Shreveport Airport Authority (SAA) for the dirt the hangars sit on, at a rate of either $.15 or $.19 cents a square foot depending on whether it is a private or commercial lease. Some of them do pay $100 a month for dirt, but others, depending on the size of their lot, pay many times that.