As a result, law enforcement officers were able to make numerous arrests involving drugs and prostitutions. A total of 33 arrests were made during the operation along with the execution of five search warrants at the hotel..
Back on May 6, Shreveport police patrol officers were contacted by a woman who said, while she was in the 3600 block of Jewella Avenue, she was physically assaulted by an unknown male who threatened her with a firearm..
The defendant, Rashunda D. Dock, was charged by bill of information with two counts of vehicular homicide. Following a jury trial, the defendant was found guilty as charged of two counts of vehicular homicide.
The preliminary investigation revealed that a 2004 GMC Pickup driven by 54-yearold Charles Sweeney of Elm Grove was traveling east on LA 527 when it crossed the center line to make a left turn onto Goat Hill Road and collided head-on with a 1997 Nissan Sentra driven by 53-year-old Carol Overstreet also of Elm Grove.
Right now, she said, the water is too deep at the North Regional Plant to use the truck, but the vehicle will remain in use as a replacement for the jon boats in case of street flooding in the future. “We’re going in by barge at this point,” she said..
During their initial investigation, officers were able to determine that Scott had been observed breaking into at least two vehicles in the immediate area. Investigators with the Shreveport Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit were advised of the incident and responded to the scene.
She said the driver was disoriented and did not know where he was. “He knew his name, but he wasn't really sure what year he was born in. He thought he was in Sacramento, Calif., and said he was trying to go to Shreveport to get some ice cream. So I knew something was wrong,” Crowson said.
Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain, D.V.M., said, “While conducting this investigation, our agents recovered 15 timber-cutting agreements that were all notarized in Texas indicating Nelson had permission to sell the timber. Six of the timbercutting agreements were alleged ly.
The deputy approached the vehicle and identified the driver as 23-year-old John Matthew Price of Mansfield, La. Price was removed from the vehicle and handcuffed after deputies smelled both alcohol and what was believed to be burnt marijuana coming from his person.