Robert Bond, who is accused of murdering his wife, a former Bossier Parish Schools teacher in November, was able to cut a deal with Bossier prosecutors through his attorney, Randall Fish, and entered a plea of guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter this week.
A local attorney has once again won an appeal in the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal, concerning a nine-year legal battle over a previous home he owned in South Shreveport; however, that same court has denied his request for over $200,000 in attorney fees for representing the case himself.
The suspect, identified as 34- year-old Joshua Ellington Guajardo of 1000 Creole Drive in Bossier City, was detained by store security personnel after he was seen concealing an iPhone dock, a pair of men’s shorts and a package of men’s underwear in a bag.
Deputies left the vehicle and proceed to a residence located in the 5400 block of Stonewall- Frierson Road. Deputies made contact with several people who were at the residence and detained them for questioning..