June 30 04:04 PM
The suspect told the officer that he would not force him to leave, no matter what. The suspect allegedly had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage about his breath and person. He was unsteady on his feet and disoriented. He stated several times he was in Alexandria and did not appear to believe he was in Shreveport.
June 23 07:07 AM
He claimed it was her third time stealing from the store and she has to go. The suspect stated post- Miranda that she stole a bottle of body wash from the store because she needed it. A store clerk said the suspect was in aisle 7 when she put the Dove body wash inside her bag and tried to walk out of the store with it.
June 16 06:53 AM
She was positively identified by the complainant, who said the suspect was seen on video placing items in a cart with another subject. The items were not paid for, and the subjects were apprehended before they walked out the doors. Post-Miranda, the suspect said she did place items in the cart.
June 09 06:55 AM
The officer made contact with the suspect regarding disturbing the peace. The suspect was told to go in the house in order to maintain the peace. The suspect went into the house and allegedly began yelling out the door, saying she was going to shoot the complainant.
June 02 08:51 AM
both requiring staples, and bruising to his back. He said the suspect moved out of the residence in June 2016, and since then, he has had her removed from the lease. A witness said he saw the victim strike the victim with the bat and the victim trying to prevent the strikes by grabbing the bat.
May 19 06:43 AM
Upon arrival, the complainant claimed that her boyfriend punched her repeatedly following an argument. She said the suspect accused her of cheating and then began to punch her in the head. Post- Miranda, the suspect said that his girlfriend of six months was lying about the entire situation.
May 12 06:42 AM
Outside witnesses stated that the suspect did strike the victim multiple times, and he was arrested. Post-Miranda, the suspect said he did not hit her and told the officer to ask the victim. Due to fear of retaliation from the suspect, the victim did not want to answer any questions.
May 05 07:09 AM
Upon contact, the vehicle was occupied by three males, and the officer could allegedly smell an odor of burnt marijuana coming from inside the vehicle. The officer asked all of the subjects to step out of the vehicle, and he patted them down for weapons.
April 28 06:54 AM
Between March 24 and 27, the suspect cashed two checks that were styled “McDonald’s and drawn on the business account of Coaxum Enterprises and totaling $968. On April 11, he cashed a forged Pizza Hut check in the amount of $759. The suspect said he was provided the checks by his cousin and agreed to cash the checks in exchange for $250 from each one.

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June 08 09:08 AM
Now I’ll admit that most of us do not regularly run down to our local supermarket to check on whether a fresh shipment of horsemeat has arrived. But I’m not all that enamored by eating nutria, a large rat, that is regularly publicized as a tasty dish by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
June 01 04:24 PM
As the largest recipient of taxpayer dollars in Caddo Parish, the CPSB is indeed an important position. The school board generally receives less publicity than the Shreveport City Council or the Caddo Commission. And similarly, the “political importance” assigned to service as a school board member is the least appreciated.

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