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November 13 05:28 AM
Thomas was transported by Caddo sheriff’s deputies to the Caddo Correctional Center, where he was booked on charges of hitand-run driving, aggravated flight, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of a legend drug and no driver’s license.
November 13 05:27 AM
At about 7:50 p.m., the suspect, identified as 34-year-old Johnathan Warner of 12691 Highway 152 in Haughton, La., allegedly climbed the gate at the Shreveport City Jail at 755 Hope St. and made entry..
November 13 05:27 AM
Another Shreveport police officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a grey Chevy Impala that almost hit his patrol unit head-on in the 200 block of E. 75th Street and passing on the wrong side of the roadway. The vehicle fled and refused to stop for the officer’s emergency lights and sirens.
November 13 05:27 AM
“We put flags on the tractor on tractor parades. I belong to a tractor engine club over in Texas, and we used to go on tractor rides. And you’d put all the flags on there, and all the people and the children would point.” It was kind of like a parade..
November 10 05:35 PM

Enters guilty plea in federal courthouse in Monroe

Local attorney Glay Collier has entered a guilty plea in a federal courthouse in Monroe.The United States Attorney's Office asked the court to unseal a bill of information today in Court meaning the
November 06 05:39 AM
Taxpayers should remember that their first contact with the IRS will not be a call from out of the blue but through official correspondence sent through the mail. A big, red flag for these scams are angry, threatening calls from people who say they are from the Internal Revenue Service and urging immediate payment.
November 06 05:39 AM
Timoteo Gonzalez-Leiva, 42, of Las Ceiba Atlantia, Honduras, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Donald E. Walter on one count of illegal re-entry after being deported as an aggravated felon. He was also ordered deported once his prison term is served..
November 06 05:39 AM
This Saturday, Nov. 7, Red River Cleanup, a local organization that conducts annual trash pickups along the river, will hold its sixth annual cleanup of the riverbank. Hundreds of volunteers will be out in force — rain or shine — scouring the banks and picking up the unsightly litter.

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