Just before 3 p.m., Bossier sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the residence in the 200 block of Retha Lane off of Old Plain Dealing Road just north of Benton to investigate a shooting accident involving a young boy..
The e-mail from Kristi Carr addresses the fourth-grade parents and says, “I wanted to send a reminder that some of us parents will meet again tomorrow morning at 7:30 to pray for our children, their teachers and our school. It is very informal, and if you only have a couple of minutes, you can just drop in and leave when you need to.
The Bossier City police and fire departments and other law enforcement personnel tested their abilities to handle such a crisis during an emergency drill that was conducted last Friday morning, Oct. 10, at Bossier High School. The drill was coordinated by the Bossier Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness.
Just after 10 p.m., Shreveport police patrol officers were dispatched to the 100 block of Jordan Street in reference to a robbery of an individual. When they arrived at the scene, officers contacted the victim, who said while walking in the 100 block of Jordan Street, she was accosted by two men who physically assaulted her.
Agents with the Caddo- Shreveport Narcotics Unit were called to a residence at 1944 Roy Road last Thursday, Oct. 9, by Shreveport deputy city marshals who were at the house to serve unrelated arrest warrants for one of the residents..
Upon arrival, authorities learned that a male and a female victim had been shot inside a hotel room. The male victim, identified as 34-year-old Gregory Morris of Shreveport, was pronounced dead at the scene by Shreveport Fire Department personnel..
When officers arrived, they learned that two persons had suffered minor gunshot wounds after they home they were inside was fired upon. The victims, 17- year-old Atravion Johnson and 21 -year-old Chantrell Wilson, each suffered a gunshot wound to the lower extremities and were transported to University Health Medical Center for treatment.