Christopher Sices, 36, was arrested Sept. 14 following an investigation by Caddo Sheriff’s Detective Doug Smith of the Caddo-Shreveport Financial Crimes Task Force. Sices was booked into the Caddo Correctional Center for identity theft, forgery and two counts of theft.
According to the suit, Dr. and Mrs. Williams went to the back patio of their home the afternoon of July 31, a lit cigar in Dr. Williams’ mouth. Mrs. Williams went inside the house to retrieve an item and heard an unusual noise, followed by her husband’s screams.
The victim contacted Bossier City police and Amazon after she received a 10-99 form from Amazon for the revenue that was made on the account. The victim suspected Gibson and Dykes due to them previously getting permission from the victim to have packages from Amazon shipped to her home on their behalf.
In the Affidavit of Arrears filed on Oct. 11, Hilary states that payments were accurately made from December of 2015 to March 1, 2016. In April, Ryan only made a $9,000 payment and only made a $1,000 payment in both May and June. He stopped making payments all together in June, and no payment has been made since, racking up a balance of $73,000.
Caddo sheriff’s deputies made contact with Pope around 7:30 p.m. During questioning, Pope admitted post-Miranda that the drugs were his. He was charged with one count of possession of a schedule II drug and booked into Caddo Correctional Center..
Almost 200 Caddo Parish middle school students attend the new alternative charter school. The school for sixth- through eighth-graders is located in a wing at the former Hillsdale Elementary School in Shreveport. The Florida-based program operates a middle- and high school alternative program.