In the video, taken at 11:23 p.m. on June 6, the woman is seen walking up to a residence in the 8300 block of Creekdale Street and looking through the window. She then takes a wreath off the front door and a solar light out of the flower bed before fleeing.
Police obtained security camera video that shows the suspect entering and leaving the store. Detectives later arrested 24-yearold Adrian Tyrone Little of Bossier City on a charge of first-degree murder after he turned himself in to police at Bossier City Police Department headquarters.
Ebarb will support six staff members in the convention and tourism sales department in selling Shreveport-Bossier’s group tours, convention and meeting space and 10,000 plus hotel rooms. The team attracts new business and maintains client relationships through direct sales, customer and facility relationships, trade shows and client events.
As a part of the Jindal family’s initiative to feature young artists, Louisiana’s First Lady Supriya Jindal announced the artwork that was selected for display in the Louisiana’s Governor’s Mansion for the month of July. The pieces for this month are winners of the 2015 Environmental Awareness Art & Language Arts Contest.
Selected artists will hang in East Bank Gallery from Aug. 1 until the end of September. Winning artworks will travel to DigiFest 2015. Digifest is aimed at showcasing a variety of digital art genres made possible by the latest technologies.
In 2016-2017, Centenary College of Louisiana will become one of just a handful of schools in the nation and the third in NCAA Division III to field a varsity team in women’s triathlon. Women’s triathlon has been named an emerging sport by the NCAA and is one of the fastest-growing Olympic sports in the United States.
Forestry officials with the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry (LDAF) say if landowners who have pine trees growing on their property notice the needles turning a reddishbrown, it may not be anything of concern..
I have been maintaining my Web site, Methamphetamine in the News, since March 31, 2011, and have made 11,294 posts (as of the writing of this article). I have reported on all types of horrific methrelated crimes, including neglect resulting in the death of children, murders, sexual abuse, rapes — you name it.
Much to the surprise of many, the expected continuation of City Council debate on the proposed tax hike on our CenterPoint gas bills will never happen. Without any further public discussion, a 125 percent increase from 2.0 percent to 4.5 percent has been quietly signed into Shreveport law.
It looks like it’s time to get out the soap powder in Louisiana. Some elected officials and the state’s largest newspaper are jumping all over themselves to call for the banishment of whatever tattered remnants are left from the aftermath of the Civil War.
People often ask me why I write this column and maintain my Web site, Methamphetamine In The News. In fact, some people become quite indignant about some of the stories that I report. However, as I always say, if what I do here and on my Web site prevents just one person from ever trying meth in the first place, then it has all been worth it.