The Queen City of the South is under siege. No, not from hurricanes. This time, the siege is from within. New Orleans is known as the city that care forgot. But it’s been hard to let the good times roll in the Big Easy when the dice keep coming up snake eyes.
Although there are no witnesses, presumably, Daysean decided to play in an open drainage ditch while helping his mother and sister move into a new residence. The shoes of the 7-year-old were found next to the culvert by his older sister. Evidently, Daysean was playing in the ditch and was swept into the culvert.
Anderson made contact with Casey Adkison at the address and saw a blood clot scar on her nose, which appeared crooked. Adkison said that she was hit in the nose by a beer can thrown by 35-year-old John Chaz Bernos.
Last Friday, Aug. 10, narcotics agents executed a narcotics search warrant at 8040 Line Ave. During the search, approximately 10.8 grams of powder cocaine, 1.8 grams of marijuana. Packaging material and a semiautomatic pistol were allegedly located and seized.
Just after 1 a.m. Monday, Shreveport police patrol officers responded to Willis-Knighton South Hospital on reports of 24-year-old Javon Young arriving with anon-lifethreatening gunshot injury to the leg.
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.