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June 05 07:04 AM
Shreveport police violent crimes investigators launched an immediate inquiry. Preliminary information suggests Barlow was discovered by a Looney Street homeowner who opened their door after hearing gunshots, only to find Barlow outside their home suffering injuries.
May 29 07:21 AM
Documentation was gathered showing Hines actually took the vehicle in for service May 30, 2013, the day prior to the start of her insurance coverage. Although Hines had a previous insurance policy for the vehicle with another carrier/provider, it canceled on April 20, 2013, for non-payment of premiums.
May 29 07:21 AM
In November of 2013, the defendant, Tamara Amo, and her male companion, Noel Wayne Smith, asked the victims for a ride, to which the victims agreed. During the ride, Amo pulled a gun on the victims and demanded their cell phones and the vehicle. Additionally, a substantial amount of cash was taken.
May 29 07:20 AM
“Those gates are not flood control gates. They’re not designed for the lowering of the lake. Flood control gates drop from the top. If you raise the gates, you’re taking away a portion of the 1,200-foot spillway. It’s like having a big logjam on top, and you’re piling up the water,” he said.
May 29 07:20 AM
The driver of the vehicle, 31-yearold Anthony Henderson of Lavonia, Ga., was traveling northbound on I-49 near Exit 231 (Vivian-Gilliam exit) about 10:30 a.m. when he ran off the road and into the median. He overcorrected, flipping the tractor trailer rig onto its side.

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