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January 08 06:47 AM
The preliminary investigation revealed that a 2002 Hyundai Santa Fe driven by 24-year-old Max Waganer of Shongaloo was traveling east on La 3062 when, for reasons still under investigation, the vehicle exited the right side of the roadway, overturned and struck a tree.
January 08 06:47 AM
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals entered its decision on Dec. 30. The defendant, Christopher Dewayne Fisher, 27, was charged via bill of information with one count of forcible rape. He was convicted, by a jury, of the responsive charge of attempted forcible rape.
January 08 06:47 AM
A neighbor told police that she witnessed two people leaving the residence after hearing the sound of a gunshot. That’s basically all detectives have to go on at this time, but they are leaving no stone unturned, according to Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Capt.
January 08 06:47 AM
“A lot of these trees that caused the damage have tree rot and should have been cut out a long time ago,” he said. “We need some authority to come out here and do an investigation of this area. If we have to get a court injunction where we can go back in and render aid to these people, try to fix their homes — that’s all we’re asking.
January 08 06:47 AM
The Caddo Sheriff’s Office is asking the public to help locate 26-year-old Jairius Kenny Pinerkin, who is wanted for simple criminal damage to property and illegal possession of stolen things..
January 08 06:47 AM
White was arrested on a charge of felony illegal carrying of weapons, entering and remaining after being forbidden and resisting an officer and on warrants for no driver’s license, driving with a suspended license and speeding 16 to 20 miles over the limit.
January 08 06:47 AM
With rare exceptions, everyone age 6 months and older should be vaccinated against flu. Flu vaccination, available as a shot or a nasal spray, can reduce flu illnesses, doctors’ visits, missed work and school, and prevent flurelated hospitalizations and deaths.
January 08 06:47 AM
Across political party, race, gender, age and income level, a majority favored getting 17-year-olds out of the adult criminal justice system. Louisiana is one of only nine states that still automatically prosecute 17-year-olds as adults, even for the most minor of charges.
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