The suspects backed a GMC Envoy to the side door and loaded it with furniture and electronics. When they tried to leave, the vehicle got stuck in the mud, according to Caddo Sheriff’s Detective Chris Daniel..
One Million Cups is a new national program operated by the Kaufman Foundation, the largest foundation for entrepreneurship in the country. Every week, entrepreneurs are given the opportunity to present their startups to a group of fellow entrepreneurs, mentors and advisors in a relaxed setting while sipping a cup of coffee.
“The benefit of that is that, when they’re finished and they present their findings to the state and federal government, it will mean that several additional of our buildings downtown will be eligible for historic tax credits, which will make them...
Detectives with the Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force have been informed that a female suspect wanted on criminal charges for cashing two counterfeit checks totaling nearly $16,000 was taken into custody last week..
Andrew Critton, a 38-year-old Minden man, now finds himself facing a charge of aggravated battery after he used a cleaning squeegee to attack a fellow inmate. Critton reportedly was serving time for sexual battery and simple burglary at the time of the attack.
Bossier sheriff’s detectives had obtained a search warrant for the residence of 38-year-old Roger A. Burgdorf of the 2800 block of Patricia Drive in Bossier City after Shreveport police developed information that linked his address to a residential burglary in Shreveport New Year’s Day.
Locke’s large silver dollar coin collection will go up on the auction block Saturday, March 1, along with a large assortment of vehicles that will be sold to the highest bidder at the Lawler Auction Facility north of Shreveport. Locke was convicted in July 2013 on a charge of distribution of a Schedule I controlled dangerous substance.