How does it feel to have Stockwell Place selected to be the recipient of Academy’s donation of the bicycles? Assistant principal Brooke Nolte said, “We’re really honored. Our students work really hard, and our teachers work hard and our parents.
Public information officer Mark Natale said that Chad Johnston surrendered at the Bossier City Police Department last Thursday afternoon, Dec. 1, after a warrant was issued for his arrest charging him with second-degree battery and violation of a protective order.
A local man says it is a tough pill to swallow when you find out the person who burglarized your home is hobnobbing with the district attorney responsible for prosecuting her; however, that’s exactly what Dean Smith of Benton said happened this past weekend.
“They’ll be in to discuss disagreements on costs of some bridges like on Kelly Rd. and Swan Lake Rd.,” he said. “We will ride the paved roads...we want them to see the damage now as compared to March so they can see the flood did it. We need to get closure on how much we’ll get from them.
Not only did Samuel Davis’s entry in the Ben’s Beginners Cooking Contest, sponsored by Uncle Ben’s, net him and his family a cash prize of $15,000, but his school, Caddo Middle Magnet School, will benefit from a $30,000 makeover for the school cafeteria.
“It gives an opportunity for kids to see a different side of police officers, a more positive aspect instead of such a negative connotation that goes with being a police officer,” Officer B.J. Sanford, who heads up the yearly operation.
Deonshanique Thompson, 16, and 15- yar-old India Harrell reportedly ran away together on Nov. 25 from the Johnny Gray Jones Youth Shelter in the 4800 block of Shed Road. Police say there is no indication of foul play being involved in their cases; however, there is concern for their welfare.
Sheriff Whittington is asking anyone who may know the identity of this man to contact Bossier Crime Stoppers at 424-4100, which is offering a reward up to $1,000 leading to an arrest; however, all calls and tips to Crime Stoppers may remain anonymous.
As George left the Fil-a-Sac store in the 300 block of Pierre Avenue on June 3, 2014, and prepared to enter his vehicle, Williams attacked him from behind, striking him in the head with a pistol, demanding money. Williams chased George around the parking lot, shooting at him multiple times.