Upon contact, the complainant said he was told that the employee, identified as 18-year-old Katelyn Jenay Sweeney of 300 Cotton Pointe in Bossier City, had allegedly taken money totaling $3,236.09 within five transactions..
Shortly after 1 a.m. on July 1, Shreveport police patrol officers were called to the 8600 block of Fern Avenue relative to a shooting. Upon officers' arrival, they made contact with the victims, who advised that they were accosted by a group of four men, armed with handguns, who fired at them as they sat in their car.
The crash happened at approximately 3:20 p.m. in the 3300 block of East Texas Street. Witnesses told police the bus was traveling east on East Texas Street when it made a stop at a bus stop and was rear-ended by an eastbound pickup truck..
Just after 6 a.m., Shreveport police patrol officers were dispatched to the 3000 block of Morningside Drive relative to a “shots fired” call. Upon the arrival of officers, contact was made with the homeowners, who advised that they were awakened by loud noises outside the residence.
Just after 1:30 p.m., Shreveport police patrol officers were dispatched to a home in the 1400 block of Alma Street relative to a shooting. As officers arrived at the home, it was soon discovered a male victim, later identified as 15-year-old Desmon Bell, was located inside the home suffering what appeared to be a single gunshot wound to the head.
Post-Miranda, Brown admitted to drinking approximately three beers prior to the domestic battery incident. When the officer put him in a seatbelt before transporting him, Brown yelled, “Y’all going to get shot down!” Brown was arrested on charges of disturbing the peace, public intimidation and domestic abuse with strangulation.
When he saw officers, Parker threw the gun under a chair behind him. An officer found a semi-automatic .380 caliber handgun under the chair. The safety was off, and the hammer was cocked back. There was no ammunition in the gun..
Williams came under investigation by Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator after he learned that Williams had initiated a motion to give taxpayer funds of at least $100,000 to a non-profit corporation known as SWAG Nation USA Inc., which was set up to teach at-risk teens to pull up their pants.