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May 11 02:17 PM

I-220 from I-20W to N. Market will be effected

 Motorists are advised that on Friday, May 15, 2015, work will begin for installation of temporary concrete barrier walls in the westbound lane on I-220 and new transmission lines across I-220.
May 08 10:14 AM
This week local attorney Geya Williams Prudhomme was sworn in as judge pro tempore to hear cases of Judge Sims while she vacations without pay. Prudhomme is the wife of local attorney Carlos Prudhomme..
May 08 10:14 AM
Concerned for her safety, deputies obtained a search warrant for McDearmont’s property. Just prior to executing the search warrant, however, deputies were able to detain McDearmont on a traffic stop, where they found him to have detonation cord in his pocket.
May 08 10:14 AM
The 10 people arrested by the Bossier Sheriff/Police Narcotics Task Force on April 29 are 22- year-old Morgan Crain of Shreveport, charged with prostitution; 30- year-old Vonetta Morris of Arkansas, charged with prostitution and possession of...
May 08 10:14 AM
April 29 when Bossier sheriff’s detectives were dispatched to a residence on Twin Lake Drive in Benton. Detectives determined that sometime late the night before, the suspects took a 17-yearold male acquaintance from the Benton residence to a house in.
May 08 10:14 AM
An employee at the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market in the 5700 block of Shed Road was arrested last Thursday, April 30, on a charge of felony theft. Aundrea Arundel, 25, of 1001 Dale Drive in Benton, La., was arrested for allegedly taking money out of cash registers multiple times over the past several weeks.
May 08 10:14 AM
While about half of the reported victims found nothing missing, only their vehicles ransacked, the other half lost various items, including a total of 13 firearms, two laptop computers, one electronic tablet, assorted tools, bank cards, purses, wallets, hunting equipment and cash.
May 08 10:14 AM
In an unrelated case, detectives with the Bossier Sheriff/Police Financial Crimes Task Force also have a warrant for Marshall’s arrest, charging him with theft after an investigation found he made several hundred dollars in unauthorized purchases with a bank card belonging to his former employer.

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