A jacket, mail, W-2 and $350 were stolen. The rear window was shattered. Video showed the entire offense. The suspect allegedly entered and stole the items without consent. She was located on March 6. Post-Miranda, the suspect said she took the items out of anger and later threw them in the parking lot across the street.
The officer saw a vehicle with an expired dealer tag at a stop sign at State and Linwood Avenue and conducted a traffic stop. As the vehicle came to a stop, the passenger allegedly bailed out of the vehicle and started running. The officer followed him on foot.
The suspect was an employee of the company and not authorized to drive the truck. The complainant said the suspect never asked permission to take the truck. The suspect allegedly took the truck in the middle of the night without permission. The foreman in charge of the truck also said he did not have permission to steal the vehicle.
The suspect was identified by a witness, and officers located him at his apartment. The suspect consented to a search of his residence. In his room officers located a black Hi Point 9mm pistol, ammunition and marijuana in his closet.
The suspect was found in his vehicle with heavy front end damage. Upon contact, the suspect allegedly had a strong odor of an intoxicating beverage on his breath, along with red, glassy eyes, slurred speech and unsteady balance. The suspect performed poorly on field sobriety tests.
She said that she called 911 because her live-in boyfriend was going to get violent. She stated on scene that she knew this because he is a violent person and has been violent before and that she couldn’t leave because she had nowhere to go. This was said in front of her father, who was trying to get her to go home with him.
Upon arrival, the suspect was seen inside of the kitchen area of the residence drinking a bottle of vodka. The victim claimed that she woke up to a black male with whom she was not familiar standing over her bed. After she chased him out of her home, the victim said he then returned moments later.
According to the May 15 guilty plea, a Louisiana State Police trooper stopped Rich’s vehicle May 3 near the intersection of Interstate 220 and Louisiana Highway 80. The trooper searched the vehicle and found a semi-automatic handgun, 141.3 grams of methamphetamine, 36.
We all know that there is a crisis in the Catholic Church right now. Allegations of sexually abusive clergy are pouring in worldwide. Unfortunately, the roots of this terrible tragedy engulfing the Catholic Church have strong ties to the Bayou Sate.
Jackson previously worked for former Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover, and then for Mayor Ollie Tyler for a few months before being terminated. From there, Jackson went to DRCHC. Reportedly, Glover helped him get this job; Jackson is a selfproclaimed protégé of Glover.