Agents with the Tri-Parish Drug Task Force, acting on intelligence obtained during a previous investigation, identified, Ashley McCoy, 28, of Logansport, as the supplier of narcotics which were being sold to students.
The police department continued to receive complaints from citizens who are reporting the bogus callers are leaving harassing messages, oftentimes telling the intended victim they owe money, and if not paid immediately, a warrant will be issued for their arrest.
The Shreveport-Bossier and the Monroe Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) rank as two of the least expensive places to live in Louisiana, according to the Cost of Living Index for the first quarter of 2015 released today. Shreveport-Bossier tied with Hammond as the most affordable MSA with 90.
Hopwood, who now faces charges of aggravated and simple burglary, was additionally charged with resisting an officer and felony property damage resulting from damaging property inside the apartment in his attempts to elude officers..
Kenneth Ray Jurls, 40, of Bossier City, La., pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Elizabeth E. Foote for one count of receiving child pornography. According to evidence presented at the guilty plea, law enforcement agents detected someone downloading child por nography using a peer-to-peer internet file sharing program.
HB 75 by Rep. Seabaugh: Relates to the 1st Judicial District. HB 106 by Rep. Havard: Relates to the 20th Judicial District. HB 215 by Rep. LeBas: Relates to regulatory action under the Insurance Code. HB 470 by Rep. Miguez: Relates to the 16th Judicial District .
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.
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.
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.