According to the arrest report, a female victim claimed that the suspect, 28-year-old Adam F. Hermes of 8213 Waterwood Drive of Greenwood, La., was tailgating her during a heavy rainstorm. She told police that they both pulled over into a gas station parking lot and had a verbal exchange.
Local businessman Scott Tubbs was acquitted by a Bossier Parish jury on charges of aggravated incest, and the foster parents who were appointed by the state to care for his daughter say they knew he was innocent all along and tried to tell prosecutors that the child had made up the story.
Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator and Shreveport Police Chief Willie Shaw announced that the Caddo- Shreveport Narcotics Unit arrested one suspect and seized nearly one pound of methamphetamine ice during the execution of a search warrant Thursday, May 14, 2015.
Ronnie Eugene Bishop, 39, of Shreveport, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Elizabeth E. Foote on two counts of possessing a firearm after being convicted of a felony. He was also sentenced to five years of supervised release.
Once aloft, they can travel for miles, and because they are guided directionally by the wind, users have no control on where they land — which is why over two dozen states, a number of countries and many municipalities have either banned them or restricted their use.
As motorists take to the roads to celebrate the Memorial Day weekend, law enforcement officials across the nation will be ensuring that everyone buckles up. They want to ensure that everyone arrives at their destination safe and sound. If you are not wearing your seatbelt, you will be ticketed.
Johnston County Sheriff’s deputies received information recently that methamphetamine was being “cooked” at a residence in the 100 block of Big Branch Court located in Zebulon, North Carolina. Then last Friday, deputies obtained a search warrant.
This fall’s Louisiana governor’s race has settled down into a fourman contest. U.S. Senator David Vitter is far out front, and conventional wisdom points to a republican-democratic runoff between Vitter and Rep. John Bell Edwards from Amite.
It has been over a month since the untimely death of former Caddo District Attorney Charles R. Scott and the guessing games on who will run for this coveted spot that is second only in political power (if not equal) to the parish sheriff continues.
Caddo Assistant District Attorney Geya Williams Prudhomme was recently appointed by Supreme Court Justice Scott J. Crichton to fill the 30-day vacancy at Shreveport City Court resulting from the suspension of Judge Sheva Sims; this appointment is one of the many responsibilities of Justice Crichton for his judicial district.