According to Mark Natale, public information officer for the Bossier City Police, Tynessia Nichelle Guillory 21, was arrested after police responded to a call at the Homewood Apartments in the 1800 block of East Texas Street regarding a disturbance.
The passenger in the Jeep, Tina Skinner, 53, died as a result of the crash. The driver of the Jeep, Cynthia Ashley, 40, of Bossier City, was taken to University Health for treatment. The driver of the Chevy, Blake Vines, 25, of Shreveport, and his 6-year-old male passenger, refused treatment.
Baratinni said the shots are for those who may have had to be in the water as they evacuated or assisted others and for all first responders. The tetanus shots are intended for those Bossier Parish residents who have not been inoculated against the bacterial disease in five years.
Christopher Michael Bell, 28, was found guilty of both charges at around 1:15 a.m. by a jury that had retired to deliberate just before midnight Friday. Jury selection began Tuesday but proceedings were delayed two days by area flooding, and selection resumed Friday.
Shreveport police violent crimes detectives were notified of the matter and began an immediate investigation. Preliminary information suggests that Kayden had been at his home, located in the 200 block of College Street, prior to his arrival at the hospital.
Williams, following a foot pursuit, was able to elude authorities; however, the child he discarded was not seriously injured. Since the incident, authorities have procured warrants for the arrest of Williams, who is now wanted on resisting an officer and child desertion.
During the search, officers found a back-seat passenger, 18-yearold Chance Alexander Reese of 573 Unadilla St., to be in possession of marijuana, 13 Hydrocodone pills and approximately one gram of cocaine. Post-Miranda, he admitted to being in possession of the narcotics.
Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the witness, who said he saw the suspect, later identified as 50-year-old Terrell Lynn Cotton of Oklahoma City, Okla., with his penis out and urinating inside the bus terminal..
As officers were responding to the home, they encountered a silver Dodge Charger leaving the area traveling at a high rate of speed. Initial attempts to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle were met by resistance, as the driver of the sedan refused to stop for officers.