A Shreveport man was arrested last Thursday, Feb. 6, on a warrant that was obtained as the result of an investigation into computer-aided solicitation that began during the recent Louisiana State Police Carpe Diem initiative..
Agents with the Bossier Combined Narcotics Task Force of the Bossier Sheriff’s Office and the Bossier City Police Department arrested two suspects last Thursday evening, Feb. 6, at the Parkland Villa Apartments in Bossier City for production of three active meth labs.
Frazier is a black male, 5 feet 9 inches tall, weighing 160 pounds, with blonde hair, green eyes and numerous tattoos on his arms. His last known address was the 3000 block of Boone Street in Shreveport..
three years due to not having friends to invite. As soon as PIFN posted his wish, we received an outpouring of support and a local resident agreed to pay for his birthday party at Party Central. We have numerous kids from the Ark-La-Tex coming to meet Ian and help celebrate his birthday.
The Shreveport Fire Department responded to 3815 Cornell Drive at 5:21 a.m. for a reported house fire. When crews from Fire Station No. 2 arrived at 5:26 a.m., they found a one-story brick home with flames and heavy black smoke billowing from the front of the house.
It’s called “Speak Your Peace: The Civility Project,” and the Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce, along with the Community Foundation or North Louisiana and the Louisiana Association for Non-Profits (LANO), are encouraging people to speak up, speak your mind and speak your peace but to do so in a way that is respectful and productive.
“I noticed it about three and a half months ago, when we went out there checking on some of our family’s estates, and I started doing some checking on it, and I was wondering why they don’t show it on the full map of the cemetery,” said the man, who wished to remain anonymous.
Both of the suspects have extensive prior arrest records involving theft and were booked into the DeSoto Parish Detention Center, Marshall on charges of felony theft and on a Bossier Parish warrant for felony illegal possession of stolen things, and Miller on a charge of felony theft.
VIVIAN, La. — Ruth Evans, known to many folks in this north Caddo Parish community as “Granny Ruth,” is a survivor. Diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, the fourth most common form of cancer with a survival rate of only 4 percent, Evans beat the odds when she underwent surgery in 2009 to combat the disease.