When officers arrived at the residence, contact was made with the complainant, who told them they had arrived at the residence to contact the victim, 53- year-old Angela Godley, after being unable to reach her for several hours..
The remaining 11 suspects were all charged with possession of schedule II drugs (cocaine). They are: Reginald Fitzgerald Alexander, 50, of 1923 Pinehill Road; John Henry Chism, 67, of 3504 Del Rio St.; Broderick Le’Aundrell Gladney, 35, of 1017 Quail Creek; Timothy Carlton Istre, 53, of 9238.
Williams was charged with 53 counts of monetary instrument abuse, illegal possession of stolen things, criminal conspiracy, manufacture/distribution/ possession of fraudulent documents and unauthorized use of an access card..
Russell Leon Ellis, 31, of Shreveport was arrested by agents of the Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Unit for possession of marijuana. Ellis, a postal employee, was the target of a joint investigation by the narcotics unit and the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General.
When officers arrived at the scene, they found 25-year-old Oquez Allen of Shreveport, who was suffering a gunshot wound to the upper body. Allen was ultimately transported to University Health Medical Center for treatment of his injuries, which were considered to be non-life-threatening.
When officers arrived on the scene, contact was made with the complainant, who reported that a male entered a restricted area of the shelter, stealing an undisclosed amount of money. The suspect’s actions were caught on surveillance..
A short time later, the two offic ers learned that a male victim had been robbed at gunpoint by three armed male suspects at the same ATM. The robbers demanded money from the victim and fled the scene of the crime after receiving an undisclosed amount of cash as well as the victim’s cell phone.
Jeffrey Noble, 27, and 26-year -old Stephanie File-Malone told Caddo sheriff’s deputies that the 15-month-old girl was injured when Noble fell asleep while feeding the child in his lap and he dropped her..
Dardenne came to Shreveport to get input from the community about the tourism industry and its growth potential, opportunities for economic development and infrastructure improvement. He will also make stops in Lafayette on Oct. 15 and in Monroe on Oct.