Shreveport police officers responded in reference to an assault and battery. Upon arrival, the complainant claimed that 27-year-old Broderick Dion Grissom of 9045 Kingston Road in Shreveport, struck her in the face without her consent..
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington said that one of the three suspects sought for committing an armed robbery at Rotolo’s Pizzeria on Benton Road last week is now in custody, and detectives are asking for the public’s help in identifying the other suspects.
According to Bossier City Public Information Officer, Mark Natale, Kelly Marie Green, 30, was arrested for taking part in a burglary of a residence in the 6200 block of East Texas Street on July 24 in which numerous items were taken. Including electronics and money.
An arrest warrant was secured for Chin after detectives with the Property Crimes Unit linked him to a burglary of an apartment at the Preston Place apartment complex that occurred on March 26. Chin is also a person of interest in several other recent burglaries at the complex.
Schuncey B. Bates, 38, of the 1900 block of Patzman Street in Shreveport, was wanted by the Bossier Sheriff’s Office for aggravated kidnapping, armed robbery and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. His total bond amount is set at $1,050,000..
Hailey Hutson, Austin Addison and David Williams were all charged with illegal use of a controlled dangerous substance in the presence of persons under 17 years of age. Hutson was also charged with use/possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana.
She said that during an argument, Washington pushed her to the floor, hit her in the head with an iron and scratched her above the right knee with a kitchen knife without her consent. She said that she and Washington lived together in a relationship for approximately four months.
Matthews was originally arrested by Bossier City Police on a charge of aggravated battery, however Bossier District Attorney Schuyler Marvin filed an additional bill of information against Matthews on a charge of obstruction of justice, citing in the bill of information that Matthews had tampered with evidence.
The City of Shreveport was shaken late Wednesday night by the news that a Shreveport Police Officer had been shot during a disturbance call in the Queensborough neighborhood of Shreveport. A few hours later, the department confirmed that the officer had passed and the suspect in this senseless tragedy had been identified.