During a pat down, the officer allegedly felt the handle end of a firearm tucked down in the front of Chatman’s waistband. He was concealing a .40 caliber Smith & Wesson fully loaded with a round in the chamber..
Upon contact, the driver, 28-year-old Stephanie Nichole File of 1016 James St. in Bossier City, was very nervous. The officer asked her to step out of her vehicle and for consent to search the vehicle, to which she agreed. The officer also asked her passengers to step out and sat them in his unit.
The victim confronted Robinson, who stabbed the victim with a fork. The victim then tried to get his items and leave, but Robinson threw a frying pan at the victim and continued to attack him with the fork. A witness said the victim was actively trying to avoid Robinson, who continued to chase the victim stabbed him in the face.
Inside the restaurant, the man in seen crawling on the lobby floor in an apparent attempt to conceal himself from the surveillance cameras. He continues to crawl across the lobby floor to a locked office, where he punches a glass window pane on the door.
The suspect, later identified as 40- year-old Jeremy J. Skidmore of Dallas, Ore., was found to be wearing full SWAT gear, while the co-defendant, 18-year-old Rebekah L. Pyle, also of Dallas, Ore., was partly handcuffed..
According to posts throughout social media, Caleb Contreras-Fernandez of Bossier City went into the Newk’s Eatery on Beene Boulevard and was told they could not verify his military identification and would not be giving him a military discount.
Capt. Chris Abney of the Caddo Sheriff’s Office who was part of the 2016 Greater Shreveport Leadership Program, said Sheriff’s Safety Town was selected as the class project because of its impact on the community and because it reaches beyond Caddo Parish and is constantly evolving.
A Shreveport man faces life in prison following his conviction last Wednesday, Nov. 3, in Caddo District Court in connection with a 2013 homicide. After a three-day trial, 52-year-old Gregory Lynn Johnson was found guilty of second-degree murder for the June 27, 2013, slaying of Walter Howard, a man he had known for several years.
When you drop by any major grocery or department store or shopping mall during the Christmas holidays, chances are you will see a lone figure standing beside a small red kettle and ringing a bell to entice shoppers and passers-by to make a small donation to the Salvation Army.
The complainant, Richard Eugene Courville, said he arrived at his residence and saw the man stumbling around in the road. He got out of his vehicle, and the man, identified as 29-year-old Leonard Havis Cornett of 331 W. Maple Ave.