Editor’s Note: On Feb. 11, 2015, at about 6:03 p.m., Shreveport police patrol officers responded to an apartment home in the 5700 block of South Lakeshore Drive in reference to an alleged sexual assault.
“What happens in the Acurio Mansion, stays in the Acurio Mansion.” That’s what Shelley Acurio says her ex-husband always told her. But that’s not what’s happening now as she has vowed to tell everything in her efforts to seek justice in the Bossier Parish Courthouse.
Detectives received a complaint from a juvenile victim who stated that a male subject, identified as Ronald Wayne Yates, 55, of Stonewall, La., had been touching the juvenile inappropriately. Upon interviewing Yates, he confessed to the inappropriate behavior and admitted to touching another juvenile victim.
Officer Wheatley responded to a report of a minor being tattooed without the parent’s consent. The complainant stated that her daughter came home from a jamboree with a tattoo and that she did not give her consent to have her daughter tattooed..
But many people want Harris out immediately, and they were quite vocal about it, chanting, “C- A-D-D-O! Everett Harris has to go!” The Facebook post was just the latest in a string of incidents that have alienated Caddo Animal Services from the public.
Trey Thompson with Louisiana Timber Investment Group, contacted the Bossier Sheriff’s Office after he was notified by a lease member that spikes had been located on the lease located on Hwy. 160, between La. Hwy. 3 and Butler Hill Road, in an area located about 10 miles north of Benton.
The Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office, Bossier City Police Department, Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office and DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office have also sent patches and certificates to be given to Jamarion..
Over the course of about two weeks, the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office received multiple phone complaints in reference to a white male subject trespassing and loitering on property. The subject identified himself as “Matt” but used different last names during his encounters with the public.
During the foot chase, Evans dropped the iPad along with a 9mm Glock handgun and a 31-round magazine onto the ground. The Glock was not in Evans’ hands when he was first seen by officers and had been concealed on his person..