That same day, Ronald Glen Demoss, 52, of 8080 W. Lakeshore in Shreveport, was arrested for sale of recreational catch, angling without a license, sell of reptiles and amphibians and collecting reptile / amphibians recreationally.
Due to Smith’s reckless driving and the amount of traffic on the road, the pursuit was called in the vicinity of I-20 and Traffic Street off for safety reasons. Based on the vehicle license tag, the suspect, who was identified as Smith, was later arrested at her Shreveport home by Shreveport police.
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But, Pratt Industries, the company that has been providing the city’s recycling services and collecting reusable materials, gave formal notice in March that it could no longer maintain the existing contract term for providing recycling services after its contract expires next month.
When officers arrived at the Horseshoe, they could hear Jackson cursing and yelling at security as they approached the scene. Officers made contact with Jackson and found her to be very intoxicated. She was then arrested for disturbing the peace by drunkenness and disturbing the peace by language.
Manson was found guilty of indecent behavior with a juvenile under 13, after a trial before District Judge Brady D. O’Callaghan. Manson was accused of committing sexual acts upon a 12-year-old victim over a two-month period..
Laurie Johnson, 55, was an employee of the Greater Shreveport Bossier Auto Auction when she began stealing deposits from money the business took in on auction days. She used her position as bookkeeper to manipulate the company's accounting software to conceal her thefts.
According to information gathered, the victim was preparing to hand over some money to the men, when he was punched in the face and subsequently had his wallet and cell phone taken. The perpetrators of the crime fled the area on foot after the incident and remain at large.
The jury determined that on June 22, 2016, Thomas beat Ronald Reddix in the 300 block of East 74th Street in Cedar Grove, inflicting severe injuries, and then stood over Reddix and had a friend shoot a video of him holding a handgun celebrating the beating.