Two weeks ago, The Inquisitor reported on Bossier City’s plans to end its management of the Civic Center. The proposed ordinance would have put the building up for lease to defray its cost of operation. Before its March 3 meeting, the Bossier City Council removed this item from the agenda. Instead, the current operations manager, Fred Dennis, will be promoted to interim executive director, with a salary increase of about $10,000.
Willis-Knighton Health System awarded a major grant to the Shreveport Police Department at the Shreveport City Council meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 25. Willis-Knighton’s chief administrative officer, Brian Crawford, presented the check to Shreveport Police Chief Ben Raymond.
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington promoted a veteran deputy in a ceremony Monday morning in the Sheriff’s conference room in the Bossier Parish Courthouse.
United States Attorney for the Western District of Louisiana David C. Joseph announced the signing of an agreement with DeSoto Parish to improve access to all aspects of civic life for persons with disabilities.
According to Shreveport Police, on Feb. 18, officers responded to a theft call at the Walmart on Shreveport–Barksdale Highway. During an investigation, it was learned the suspect, Erica J. Flournoy, 26, of Bossier City, had allegedly left her five children, ranging in age from 1 to 12 years old, in an unattended vehicle in the parking lot. The children were not dressed in ac
Caddo patrol deputies were called to Cameron Park at 5:17 p.m. on Saturday when two teenagers reported finding a suspicious bundle in a grassy area near the parking lot. Deputies responded and confirmed the bundle was a deceased male wrapped in two comforters. The victim was identified as 33-year-old Rodney Christopher Nordby of Shreveport.