Loss Prevention and the District Manger confirmed to officials that in an interview with Susan Landis she admitted to taking merchandise over a three month period totaling over $1,700. Landis also admitted to trading items to a pizza delivery from a female by the name of “DD” for merchandise in the store.
Carter who has been behind bars in Bossier since his arrest three years ago, appeared before Judge Michael Craig and along with his attorney Peter Flowers, entered a no contest plea to one count indecent behavior with a juvenile. Carter was sentenced to served five years at hard labor, with credit for time served.
Griffin was arrested after a Bossier City police officer who was working off -duty security at the hotel responded to a complaint of a disturbance coming from the vicinity of Griffin’s room. Police found Griffin and the victim inside the room and upon further investigation, arrested him for having sexual contact with the victim.
Ronald K. Jozefczyk, 59, of 9013 Mackey Circle, Shreveport stated he was watching his nephew and had no idea the child was missing for approximately 40 minutes. Police determined the child exposed to danger due to the high-traffic in the area. He was arrested on a charge of child desertion.
The owners of Frank’s Napoletana Pizza Restaurant at 6950 Fern Ave contacted police after back on February 19, discovering money missing from a safe. An audit was conducted revealing a $40,000 loss of actual cash that should have been in the safe..
On September 10, 2011, Bossier Deputies questioned 21-year-old, Kristopher Cooper, in reference to fires on Gamble, Mercer and Goathill Road in Bossier Parish. Cooper confessed that he had set nine fires in two days and described in detail how and when the fires were set.
Many political “movers and shakers” attend the monthly meetings of the North Shreveport Business Association (NSBA). It’s common for the 100-plus tickets to the luncheon to sell out with a waiting list for cancellations. Such was the case for the mayoral forum on Tuesday, Oct 8.
Here we go again with meddling federal judges. The 5 th U.S Circuit Court of Appeals came down hard on Louisiana charter schools last week. Charter schools, that by definition are independent with major input from parents, now will have to bargain with teachers’ unions.
The Supreme Court of old was more majestic with few periods of confrontation. Just a decade ago, twothirds of Americans had great confidence in the Court. No more. There’s trouble brewing in those marble temple walls. Confidence in the workings of the court and the Justices themselves have dropped to a mere 50 percent approval rating.