The officer was dispatched in reference to an intoxicated person. Upon contact with the suspect, he had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath and person, along with poor balance and slurred speech. Security stated that the suspect was highly intoxicated and cussed at people.
4/16/95, of 5202 Fairfax, Shreveport, La., was arrested by Officer Camp on a charge of theft. The officer was dispatched to the 2800 block of Airline in reference to a theft call. The officer made contact with the suspect who tried to take the items from the store without paying for the items.
The officer came in contact with the suspect during a traffic stop for brake light out. The officer detected a strong odor of marijuana, the suspect gave consent to search the vehicle. The officer located 53.7 grams of marijuana, a black scale and one cigarillo under the center console of vehicle.
The officer made contact on a vehicle wreck. Upon contact marijuana, meth, alprazolam, clonazepam and drug paraphernalia was located in the passenger compartment of the vehicle in which she was a passenger. Co-Defendants: Robert Austin Smith and Codi Tyler Corrales.
The officers were dispatched to the 2700 block of Barksdale Blvd. in reference to an assault complaint. The suspect refused the officers direction to go back inside, she jerked away from the officer during being cuffed and then kicked the officer..
The officers while investigating a complaint in the 4000 block of Barksdale Boulevard, found the suspect to be in public in an intoxicated state. The suspect caused alarm to the public. After arriving at the jail, the suspect refused to provide booking information.
While the officers were trying to check on a wounded person, the suspect kept getting in the way, yelling at the officers despite being told to get back several times. When the officers were attempting to handcuff him, he pulled his arms away in an attempt to avoid arrest.
Every five years, several ad valorem property taxes are placed before the citizens for renewals that provide basic city services and salaries/ benefits for our first responders and other city employees. The last time this occurred was 2013. In 2017 the taxes expired, and we made the decision to only go out for the taxes when necessary, and not before.
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.
One million dollars down the drain to pay for a special session of the Louisiana legislature. And all for naught. The governor is hollering that the financial sky is falling and the state is in dire fiscal straights. Legislators protest that their hands are tied by too many constitutional dedications.