A Shreveport man was arrested by detectives with the Bossier City Police Department’s Violent Crimes Unit for firing a gun multiple times at a house in the 400 block of Edwards Street during the early morning hours on May 9..
The disaster exercise involved a simulated “loss of well control” in addition to a fire. Part of the scenario involved one of the crane’s operators as “missing.” A firefighter later posed as an injured person at the site and was taken to a waiting ambulance.
With consent, the house was searched, and an AK-47 was located hidden underneath the couch in the living room, fully loaded with a round in the chamber and in the magazine. A single spent shell casing and bloody, flattened projectile were located on top of the dresser in the bedroom.
Detectives have secured arrest warrants for 36-year-old Patricia Rush and 33-year-old Justin Wille on several charges, including monetary instrument abuse and theft. Rush and Wille are from Sunset, La., but both may be staying in the Bossier City/Shreveport area.
The victim claimed that her boyfriend, 35-year-old Lorenzo Romone Lewis of 730 Meadowdale Place in Shreveport, struck her multiple times in the face with a closed fist, strangled her neck and hit her head against the ground multiple times without consent.
For “Boggy Creek Monster,” the third time’s the charm. The film is Small Town Monsters’ biggest production to date, with massive amounts of equipment (including cinema-grade cameras, drones for aerial footage and night-vision cameras) being taken to Fouke for the shoot.