During this time, the suspects are accused of stealing checks from the elderly victim, writing them out to themselves, and cashing them for a total of $31,875, according to Caddo Sheriff’s Det. Doug Smith..
Bossier deputies received four vehicle burglary reports from residents on June 5, who said someone had burglarized their vehicles sometime between late June 4 and early morning hours of June 5. The residents reported their vehicles, all unlocked, had been entered by an unknown suspect.
The men were arrested after an officer who was conducting a building check at Walbrook Park in the 1100 block of Mary Ann Street at 2 a.m. on June 10 saw the two men walk out of a concession stand carrying trash bags filled with canned soft drinks, candy and other items.
Caddo sheriff’s detectives developed Casey as a suspect in these cases. He was arrested on Monday after Patrol Sgt. Ondray Miles located him driving a vehicle that matched one used during the thefts. Miles conducted a traffic stop and took Casey into custody on an active warrant.
On scene at the home, officers made contact with the victim, an adult male, who advised authorities that while visiting a Shreveport casino in the 400 block of Clyde Fant Parkway the previous evening, he was accosted by two men who forced him into a car while in the casino's parking garage.
Post-Miranda, McKnight gave officers consent to enter her residence. Initially, she said that she did not have any narcotics inside the residence. She then proceeded to withdraw her previous statement and continued to say that she and multiple other individuals who were also present at the time were smoking marijuana inside the residence.
The complainant said he went to Apt. 230 on June 7 to retrieve some of his belongings from a girlfriend. While inside, he got into an argument with the suspect, identified as 19-year-old Andre Darshun Braggs of 2616 Samford Ave. in Shreveport, who became violent.
The subjects — two females and one male — were caught on surveillance cameras at convenience stores in Bossier City and Shreveport while using a credit card that was taken in the June 10 armed robbery of a man in the 600 block of McDade Street..
Winbush looked back at the police unit while riding through the parking lot at 200 Spring St. and ran into a parked Honda Civic, damaging the driver’s side rear door. Winbush fell off his bike, got up and tried to flee again. The officer chased him on foot until they both fell onto the asphalt.
When asked if it was marijuana, Anderson said yes and fled the scene as the officer was about to handcuff him. The officer pursued Anderson and took him into custody. The officer searched Anderson and found suspected marijuana and suspected crack cocaine in a Crown Royal bag in his pocket.