In 2005, Lawrence was charged with a fourth offense drunk-driving charge after she was involved in a major vehicle crash that involved people being injured. Due to a glitch in the state law’s language at the time, the entirety of her jail time was suspended, and her probation was terminated early because she became an alcohol rehab counselor.
Smith has been seen having breakfast and meeting with Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator in recent weeks, and Prator has confirmed that they have had conversations about Smith possibly challenging current Caddo District Attorney Charles Scott, who has served as district attorney for the past siz years.
At about 4:30 p.m., the Blanchard Police Department received a call concerning a fight located at the intersection of North Front Street at West Lydia. The caller stated that three black males and two white males were at the intersection and that they could hear cussing and yelling.
Shreveport headquarters is still full of bats, and they cannot conduct legal and lawful business inside of that building. In the past Shreveport city police has gotten itself in trouble time and time again over several things, and a lot more of the local law enforcement should have been in prison for stuff they do.
According to the petition filed on May 30 by attorney Allison Jones on behalf of her client, Rhonda Lee, the defendant, KTBS, LLC, is charged with violation of Louisiana Employment Discrimination Law, violation of the Louisiana Whistleblowers Statue, intentional infliction of emotional distress and defamation.
Yeah, I would like to comment. Ilive in Swan Lake and Meadowview, and there is a problem starting to gather. There is a group of young people at 3 o’clock in the morning gathered up on the corner. Now, first off, what are they doing out at 11:30 to 3 a.m.
The Notice of Judgment written by Caraway reads, “Based on the record provided for our review, we find that the trial court abused its discretion in maintaining the applicant’s bond at $500,000. The applicant’s $500,000 bail obligation is excessive, and we conclude that a bond of $100,000 is appropriate in this case.