Editor’s Note: On March 3, 2015, Shreveport police patrol officers were dispatched to a home in the 800 block of Kimbrough Street in reference to a shooting there. Officers discovered that one alleged suspect had been fatally shot inside the home, possibly at the hands of an individual who was inside the residence.
Responding officers learned that a homeowner had witnessed a suspect scale a fence and make entry into their home. The homeowner was able to provide information of the clothing description of the suspect to officers, who quickly apprehended two juvenile males nearby the home.
According to Blanchard police reports, officer were dispatched Monday around 5:44, to the 4800 block of Sand Trap Circle for a disturbance. A call was made to 911 from the mother of the victim, who stated that her 7- year-old granddaughter had informed her “daddy is hitting Mommy again,” and “he is throwing knifes at her.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife & Fisheries agents conducted an investigation near Blanchard, La., when they made contact with local utility contractor Aric Brownsberger ,who was actively hunting doves over a baited field, according to Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries Capt.
A sentencing date of Jan. 4 was set. This investigation and prosecution is part of Project Safe Neighborhoods, which is a Department of Justice initiative to reduce firearm crimes by preventing the possession and use of firearms by dangerous and persistent felons and others not authorized to possess a firearm.
Investigators suspect the bandits may have been driving a light blue Hyundai Sonata with paper registration tags on the rear of the vehicle. It is believed the pair is responsible for prior thefts from the retailer..
An officer spotted the suspect vehicle traveling west on East Texas Street and observed the driver, later identified as Dominguez, run a red light and crossed into the oncoming lanes traffic before the officer could stop the suspect vehicle. Dominguez was found to have alcoholic impurities on his breath, poor balance and red bloodshot eyes.
According to Mark Natale, public information officer for the Bossier City Police, Phillip David Walker, 39, of the 2600 block of Old Minden Road, was arrested after police investigated a complaint that Walker had stolen three personal checks from a family member then forged and cashed each of them for a total amount of $700.