Last Thursday, Feb. 9, Bossier City police were called to the Circle K store located in the 2600 block of Benton Road in reference to a severely damaged Dodge Charger that had pulled into the parking lot..
The man, prior to being given any money from the bank, turned and fled the business empty-handed. The man was described as a black male who stood approximately 6 feet, with a beard, sunglasses, and wearing a tan, longsleeved shirt. The bandit was reported to be last seen driving off in a lime-green colored vehicle, possibly a Mitsubishi Mirage.
“This case was a great example of how our multi-disciplinary team works together to provide much-needed services to the children in our community,” said Holly McGinness, who, with fellow Assistant District Attorney Britney Green, prosecuted the case.
Baker was booked into the Caddo Correctional Center on Jan. 10, 2014, on 50 counts. He was arrested after agents from the Attorney General’s Office conducted an undercover peer-to-peer investigation which led to an IP address that, in turn, tracked to Baker’s home.
Since the investigation began, information was received indicating one of four suspects seen in the surveillance footage was possibly 27-year-old Damarco Jones of Shreveport, Based on the video footage and other substantial evidence, investigators obtained a warrant for Jones’ arrest on charges of principal to burglary of an inhabited dwelling.
Witnesses told police that Donald Eugene Phillips, 81, of Bossier City tried to cross Jimmie Davis at the intersection of Sunflower Boulevard and was struck by an SUV traveling westbound on Jimmie Davis. Witnesses said the SUV had a green light at the intersection.
“It is my honor to welcome Marvel and its production team to our great state,” Gov. Edwards said. “Since 2002, Louisiana has been the location destination for more than $6 billion in film and TV production.