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July 28 04:46 PM

Federal judge finds him in contempt.

Local attorney Glay Collier has been sent to jail by a federal judge.Today United States District Judge Maurice Hicks, Jr. held a hearing to determine if local bankruptcy attorney Glay Collier should
July 25 10:10 AM
Because of the length of time that has passed in some of the cases. Kurz could only be charged with one additional crime, said Det. James Moore, but the remaining victims’ information will be used as part of the case..
July 25 10:10 AM
According to Mark Natale of the Bossier City Police, an off-duty Bossier City police officer who was working a part-time security job at the casino was notified by security personnel about a woman who was intoxicated and causing a disturbance on the casino floor.
July 25 10:10 AM
James Davis appeared in federal court Thursday morning before U.S. District Judge Donald Walter for sentencing after he pled guilty on charges related to stealing a million dollars from his client’s trust account and converting the money to his own personal use.
July 25 10:10 AM
U.S. District Judge Maurice Hicks Jr. issued an order Wednesday ordering Collier to appear in court on Monday at 10 a.m. to show cause why he "should not be held in civil contempt, including fines and confinement" for violating the court's order to stop advertising his "No Money Down" bankruptcies.
July 25 10:10 AM
Investigators have since charged each man with a single count of simple burglary. Twentyyear-old Devan Austin, 18-yearold Avan Austin, and 17-year-old Jabvari Green, all of the 5900 block of Lexington Street, were each booked into the Shreveport City Jail.

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