Last Friday, Dec. 15, agents executed a narcotics search warrant at 2842 Drexel St. and allegedly recovered approximately 140 grams of synthetic marijuana, 13.2 grams of marijuana, six dosage units of MDMA and $9,561 in U.S. currency..
It was recently discovered that, beginning on Nov. 3, she would frequently use her position to under-ring products sold to customers by conducting unauthorized price overrides. This was done under her unique employee number, and surveil lance video shows her doing this.
Upon arrival, a Shreveport police officer made contact with both juveniles, who claimed that Andrea S. Gilyard, 27, of 1017 Quail Creek Road used an extension cord to strike them both about the body multiple times, causing injury..
Post-Miranda, Faust said she went into the complainant’s property to save a pit bull dog belonging to the complainant. Faust said that she and her husband went onto the property on Dec. 9, and while on the property, Faust’s husband removed the door to the storage room and took the complainant’s pit bull puppy out of the room.
of stolen things for possessing a stolen boat trailer tag, illegal possession of stolen things for having a stolen boat registration sticker, and simple burglary for taking items from a boathouse in the 4900 block of Oakpoint Drive in Shreveport..
Quindarius Deshun Allen, 21, received the mandatory life sentence for his second-degree murder conviction Nov. 21 for the Oct. 13, 2014, slaying of 34- year-old Gregory Morris in a west-central Shreveport motel room. The extra 20 years were meted out for attempted manslaughter for Allen’s attempt to kill a female companion of Morris’s.
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.