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March 24 06:08 AM
Back on Feb. 24, Kristen Deana Hirsch of Shreveport allegedly lost control of her vehicle and ran over the complainant, trapping him under the vehicle. The complainant suffered multiple broken ribs and was hospitalized for five days..
March 24 06:08 AM
Raylenn McGaha, 47, and Destiny Ann Knotts, 37, died at University Health, where they were taken by Shreveport Fire Department medics after the fire, reported from the 800 block of Havens Road just before 1 a.m. The two were identified through fingerprints.
March 24 06:08 AM
The victim claimed the transgression transpired twice, hours between each other. On the second encounter, though still very dizzy and incoherent, she managed to grab her keys and exit the home. The victim stated she was not fully aware of her surroundings and drove until she recognized street signs.
March 24 06:07 AM
After about 10 minutes of the officer being on scene, a black male suspect, later identified as 35-year-old Tedrick Jermaine Riley of 5847 W. Canal Blvd. in Shreveport, fell from the roof and ran toward the east side of the business, where he was apprehended.
March 24 06:07 AM
On Saturday, 52-year-old Ted Breakenridge of 2835 W. College St. in Shreveport entered the County Market at 6363 Hearne Ave. and grabbed six T -bone steaks valued at $113. He put them into a plastic bag and tried to leave the store without paying..
March 24 06:07 AM
Pam Atchison, executive director of the Shreveport Regional Arts Council (SRAC), said, “We’re trying really hard to create an April art month, where every April is such a great month for the arts and where every arts organization that’s doing a program in April is promoted as well as all the things we are doing for April.
March 24 06:07 AM
Back on March 15, Shreveport police responded to the Citgo gas station relative to an armed robbery of the business. In speaking with employees there, it was learned that a gunman wearing a bandana over his face and wearing gloves, entered the store and demanded money from the register.
March 24 06:07 AM
J.P. Kennedy and his wife, Kristin, wanted a unique way to reveal the gender of their new baby, expected to be born Aug. 31, to their friends and church family at NorthPoint United Church, where Kristin teaches the Young Adults Sunday School class..

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