Last Thursday, March 24, Carla A. Myart, 34, of 3140 Woodford St. in Shreveport, was involved in a domestic encounter with 32-year-old Tmyers Lamon Rose, with whom she has lived for the past five years, at Rose’s residence at 2524 Merwin St..
James Taylor III, 18, of the 200 block of East Davis Street, was taken into custody early Thursday morning at a south Shreveport apartment complex by detectives and patrol deputies with the Caddo Sheriff’s Office. He has been booked into the Caddo Correctional Center on a charge of second-degree murder.
Award winners included Ray Ferland, Excellence in Operational Leadership Award; Tiffany White, Social Media Award; and Sandra Haynes, Director of Sales of the Year Award. Recipients were honored for their outstanding achievements during the past year at the brand’s leadership conference that was held in Dallas, Texas.
“I never have had a lot of trouble with my weight,” he said. “My whole life I’ve been pretty athletic, but this is the only time that I really had trouble. Also, I wasn’t taking my medicine right, and I wasn’t doing a lot of things while taking care of her.
Investigative efforts led authorities to believe that Melchor was traveling west on Interstate 10 through the New Orleans area while possibly headed to Mexico. Upon receiving the information, troopers immediately took positions along the interstate route and successfully located the group traveling in a 2004 Nissan pickup near the St.
Blanchard Alderman and Water Commissioner John Fuller said, “Basically, if that pumping station doesn’t operate, this plant don’t operate. And the only way that the plant could continue to operate is by everything that was done down there at the intake valve, building the dam, keeping the water out.
“When people come to Louisiana from other parts of the world, they want to taste the beer that’s brewed here in Shreveport, La., so it’s an exciting time for Shreveport — anything we can do to make us more appealing to people in the film industry and people that travel here for sports events, things like that.
The police were called to the mall by the security staff after they received a report about the theft. A security camera caught the theft on video and showed a white male suspect who got out of a black GMC pickup truck and took the package before leaving in the pickup.
Shelton said that she and Sykes, her live-in boyfriend, got into a verbal argument. According to Shelton, at some point during the argument, she became very upset with Sykes’ answers, so she shoved him through the back door of the trailer and out onto the deck, where she wrestled with him.