The preliminary investigation revealed a 2010 Dodge Charger operated by 49-year-old Leon Thirdgill of the Springhill Police Department was traveling north on South Main Street in Springhill responding to a call for service, when he approached the rear of a slower-moving vehicle.
Firefighters got the call at about 4 a.m. from an occupant of the house after they woke up to the smell of smoke and discovered the fire. All three occupants got out unharmed before the first fire crews arrived..
Information gathered during the investigation revealed that the man was sitting inside a vehicle in the parking lot of Pat and Jerry’s nightclub around 2 a.m. when he was approached by a group of males occupying a silver– or gold-colored Mercury sport utility vehicle.
The employee, who armed himself, reportedly fired shots at the suspects who fled in a tan-colored sport utility vehicle, possibly a Kia Spectra. The suspects, who did not make off with any valuables, were described as two black males wearing beanie-style caps on their heads.
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“This device has been in the market here in the U.S. since 2011. Before this device, we didn’t have anything like it to treat aneurysms,” said Dr. Hugo Cuellar, a neurointerventional and interventional radiologist at LSU Health Science Center in Shreveport who has used the device many times locally.
Spring Street Investments, LLC filed suit against Hatfield’s company, Hatfield Development Company, LLC, claiming they had entered into an agreement with Hatfield, where Spring Street put up $116,000 to be used to purchase vehicles and trailers to be refurbished by Hatfield.
According to police reports obtained, the manager of the bar contacted police around 2 a.m. early Saturday regarding a fight on the dance floor. Two women, Iisha Bell, 31, of Shreveport and Brittney Johnson, 27, of Shreveport were involved in a fight with Shelie Bartlett.