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May 18 12:00 AM
John T. Owings, 58, of Shreveport, was charged with one count of theft of government property and one count of concealing that he was ineligible for Social Security benefits. According to the indictment, Owings applied for Social Security disability benefits in March of 2007.
May 18 12:00 AM
The complainant confronted the suspect, who told her he had a receipt. She told him to drop the quilt. He did and left the property. On May 8, a store clerk at Family Dollar saw the suspect taking bedding and leaving without paying. The officer saw the suspect carrying two bags of bedding.
Bossier City
May 18 12:00 AM
Officer made contact during an assist officer/ LA P&P at 1002 Whittington St. La P&P found the suspect to be in possession of marijuana and he and he had a bench warrant from Bossier City court. Suspect was booked in Bossier City court for bench warrant and fugitive from La P&P.
Benton Police
May 18 12:00 AM
Officer H. Echegoyen observed a vehicle speeding on Sibley Street at Cleveland Street. Officer H. Echegoyen initiated a traffic stop and issued a citation for speeding 36mph in a posted 20mph zone..

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June 18 12:19 PM
In her official statement on Trump's Singapore summit with North Korea's Kim Jong -un, US House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi makes it clear that a few million incinerated human beings are a small price to pay to keep the 68-year-old Korean War going. Maybe not forever, but at least until there's a Democrat in the White House.
June 15 10:56 AM
Rancorous comments were exchanged between Jackson and two board members over a failed attempt to add an agenda item. To say the video on the Shreveport Caddo Metropolitan Planning Commission website is an ugly display of civility is an understatement..
June 15 10:56 AM
The Green Bay Packers are one of the best examples of how a sports franchise should operate. They don’t go to the state capitol hat in hand, looking for a handout. The team is owned by citizen stockholders all over Wisconsin, and the Packers’ management doesn’t regularly try to blackmail public officials under threat of moving.

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