Shreveport police officers made two arrests for prostitution last Friday, April 22, at the Holiday Inn in downtown Shreveport. Emily Jane Bailey, 18, and 18-year-old Cammia Shiquin Bryson, both of Fayetteville, Ark., were arrested after they offered an undercover agent sexual intercourse for $300 each for a total of $600.
Carolyn Sue Smith, 52, was reportedly involved in a hit-and-run accident in which the vehicle she was driving struck another vehicle in the 4300 block of East Texas as she was pulling out of a private parking lot. Smith did not stop and continued driving down East Texas Street.
“Dollar pled guilty as charged under an ‘Alford’ plea to arson with the intent to defraud,” said prosecutor Ed Blewer. “This plea is taken where the defendant admits there is sufficient evidence to convict him if he went to trial, but refuses to admit responsibility.
Lt. Bill Davis, public information officer for the Bossier Sheriff’s Office said, “Upon making the arrest and taking the teen to Ware (Correctional Center), which we normally do, there was something that precluded that. He has a medical condition that precluded that.
Post-Miranda, Wing told Anderson that he burglarized the building alone. He said he used a brick and a piece of rebar to break open the window of the outer door. Wing then reached in and unlocked the door to gain entry. He said that he started drinking a Powerade drink but then realized there was an Icee machine, so he made himself an Icee.
“What made me do this is, during our journey, we met so many families that need gas assistance so they can bring their children back and forth to clinic. That’s not an option when you’re home. You don’t get assistance for gas or food or anything, really, when you’re home,” Taylor said.
Labreanna Ashae Johnson, 21, was involved in a single vehicle motor vehicle accident in the 2500 block of Barksdale Boulevard in which she ran the vehicle she was driving off the road and into a ditch. She then fled the scene on foot..
The Caddo Sheriff’s Office picked up two sheep that were running loose near Greenwood and Pines roads last week. They are being held by the Caddo Sheriff’s Stock Patrol until the owner can be located. To claim them, call Deputy Gary Bailey at 681-1120..