items. Asked where the other items were, Harvey said the pawn shop would not take them, so he left them on the side of the road near La. Vocational School on also took a Wet- Dry vacuum valued at $272, which was placed in the back seat..
During the course of the investigation into the incident, detectives obtained surveillance video from the business which captured a man entering the store with no shirt and dark glasses. The video footage was released to the media in efforts to identify the suspected burglar.
The stigma of Ray Acklen’s “sex offender” label continues to hamper his attempts at making a decent living, even though he has served his time for his crime. He said when people hear the term “sex offender,” they often think that the offender is guilty of molesting children, when that is not necessarily the case.
Investigators say the child was not wearing a safety restraint. The crash happened just after 11 a.m. Saturday when the Ford Focus in which the victim was riding as a front-seat passenger was traveling northbound on Benton Road and collided with a Ford Mustang that was turning left from southbound Benton Road onto Brownlee Road.
Based on information and evidence gathered during their ongoing inquiry, investigators with the department’s Domestic Violence Unit charged Webber, of the 4100 block of Joe Lewis Street in Shreveport, with one count of second-degree battery..
DeSoto Parish Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information that results in a suspect’s arrest. Anyone with any information is asked to call the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office at 318-872-3956 or the Crime Stoppers line at 1-800-505-STOP (7867).
During the investigation and through interviewing the loss prevention associate for the store, it was learned that 45-year-old Matthew Williams of 2916 Mackey Lane in Shreveport, was seen to remove .380 automatic ammunition from two boxes, placing them.
Billy J. Bonacci, 45, of the 400 block of Joe Lewis Road in Haughton, La., was arrested and charged with domestic abuse battery by the Bossier Sheriff’s Office following a physical altercation with his wife of eight years at their residence around midnight Monday.
Detectives with the Violent Crimes Unit arrested 58-year-old Gary Paul Miller of Zwolle, La., on an arrest warrant charging him with armed robbery and theft of a motor vehicle in connection with a holdup that happened last Friday at the Quick Cash store in the 1400 block of Airline Drive.