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September 05 11:46 AM
Shreveport police investigators launched a subsequent investigation. Images from the crime were released in efforts to identify and ultimately apprehend those persons responsible for the crime..
September 05 11:46 AM
Last Friday, Aug. 29, a Shreveport police detective made contact with Clifton Dewayne Mosley, 37, of 909 Daniel Place in Shreveport for an interview. Mosley was listed as a suspect for felony carnal knowledge in a report filed on Aug. 25..
September 05 11:46 AM
Just after 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Shreveport police patrol officers were called to the Days Inn hotel located in the 4900 block of West Monkhouse Drive in reference to reports of shots being fired on the parking lot there..
September 05 11:46 AM
On Aug. 5, the body of a male victim was found floating in the Clark Fork river in Missoula County, Mont. Subsequent investigation revealed that Lino and two male accomplices allegedly kicked and punched the victim following a verbal altercation at a homeless camp under the Reserve Street Bridge in Missoula.
September 05 11:46 AM
Shreveport police sex crimes detectives were assigned to the case and subsequently interviewed the victim and her father and learned that 48-year-old Fredrick L. Covington of the 4100 block of Union Street had alleged ly sexually assaulted the victim at his residence.
September 05 11:46 AM
When officers arrived at the scene, information was provided indicating that the victim’s vehicle had been riddled with bullets by a suspect who reportedly fired rounds from a moving vehicle as the victim drove away..
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But the purpose is the same as that of the national event: to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for local anti-crime efforts, strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships, and send a clear message to criminals that our neighbors are organized and fighting back.
September 05 11:46 AM
Ms. Odom filed two amended petitions adding the Authority as a defendant. She alleged that the Authority failed to “monitor” its premises for risks and hazards, failed to require its tenant, Ms. Fair, to keep the dog in a secured area, and allowed its tenant to continue to maintain an animal “known to attack without provocation.

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