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.
“This is the perfect time to once again promote international travel to Louisiana,” said Nungesser. “The first year of seasonal flights from Germany is wrapping up and now is the time to start getting people excited about all the authentic experiences in our state.
All four of the events are free, and the number and types of exhibits vary depending on the location. All events will feature exhibits on LDWF management programs, Ducks Unlimited, Safari Club, Coastal Conservation Association of Louisiana and supporting businesses from the local communities.
Aldes K. “Al” Vidrine III, 52, of New Orleans, La., pleaded guilty before U.S. Magistrate Judge Carol Whitehurst on one count of unlawful discharge of a pollutant into a water of the United States. According to the guilty plea, Vidrine, who worked as a manager at the Abbeville Omega Protein Inc.
The regulation reads in part: No person shall import, transport or possess any cervid carcass or part of a cervid carcass originating outside of Louisiana, except: for meat that is cut and wrapped; meat that has been boned out; quarters or other...
However, the renovations were considered a public works project, so public bid law requirements applied, rather than the Procurement Code. In addition, auditors found that Corrections officials relied on an executive order from the Jindal Administration that improperly authorized the use of inmate labor on the renovation project.