The president has made illegal immigrants who have moved in to what are called “sanctuary cities” a major issue in recent months, even signing an executive order cutting off funds to municipalities that ignore federal law. The Crescent City is in the forefront of ignoring federal law and protecting those there illegally.
Tyler’s re-election campaign has never had much real energy, and seemingly what air was still left in the balloon gushed out when the primary vote was announced. Nothing her campaign has done since Nov. 7 indicates a viable re-grouping in any real form or fashion.
Officers reviewed camera footage and allegedly saw 44-year-old Michael Leon Hayes of 2820 Bibb St. pull a black handgun out of his front waistband and point it at the front door while yelling at the victim..
On Nov. 5, a Shreveport police officer made contact with 31-year-old Erica Dominique Allen of 4210 Greenwood Lane in Shreveport. Post- Miranda, Allen told her 12-year-old daughter to digitally video her and her male friend conducting sexual acts..
On Thursday, Nov. 15, at the Walmart located at 1125 Shreveport-Barksdale Hwy., a Shreveport police officer saw 60- year-old Terrell Michael Williams of 2829 W. College St. take a Walmart shopping bag and place items inside without payment. Williams allegedly walked past the last point of payment with the items and walked outside.
The victim said Mills told her multiple times he was going to kill her. The victim locked Mills out of the residence, and Mills began yelling and causing a disturbance. The victim said she is in fear for her safety and that Mills would cause her bodily harm.
One indictment on one count of video voyeurism, alleging that on or about September 26, 2018, he did commit video voyeurism against a female juvenile, under the age of seventeen, by using a device with the intent to arousing or gratifying the sexual desire of the offender.