Back on Dec. 4, a white male suspect entered the Zales jewelry store located inside Pierre Bossier Mall and stole a diamond ring valued at $27,000. The man then left the business with the ring and exited the mall through the Forever 21 business..
Deputies located 20-year-old Davon Abijah Emmonie Price of Mansfield and fied as 46-year-old Alfred Wallis Henderson of Pleasant Hill, La., to exit the vehicle. A pat down was conducted, and deputies recovered a methamphetamine pipe and a bag of marijuana from Henderson’s person.
The driver, who was located inside a residence and taken into custody, was identified as Richard W. Lafitte, 35, of Keithville. Both suspects were transported to the Caddo Correctional Center for booking and were later transported to the DeSoto Detention Center.
At the station, two witnesses, occupants in Washington’s vehicle, made post-Miranda statements that Washington got in an altercation with the occupants in the victims’ vehicle at Kokopelli’s. After they left, Washington stalked the victims in the Sam’s Town parking garage.
Ian Snellgrove, director of Bossier Parish Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, said, “We already have some gauges within our parish that we use for keeping an eye on water as it starts to get elevated. What we’ve done is, we’ve added three of those gauges.
The truck was traveling south when the driver, 69- year-old James Martin of Kilgore, Texas, lost control while coming out of a curve. The load shifted, separating the cab from the trailer and spilling logs onto the road, according A citizen found Martin near the rear of the trailer logs.
The suspect, 25-year-old Ivester Davis of 377 E. 78th St. in Shreveport, allegedly opened the outer box of a phone case at Best Buy. He put it on his phone and threw the box in the trash. Post-Miranda, Davis admitted to putting the case under his bag and that he had Alzheimer’s.