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July 16 09:58 PM

Well known mobile home dealership owner accused of pulling gun during disturbance

 The owner of a well known mobile home dealership has been arrested in connection with a disturbance call in north Shreveport.J. Scott Tilley has been taken into custody following a 9-1-1 call to
July 11 09:52 AM
The law firm of Simmons, Morris and Carroll, LLC sued Capital One, N.A. Bank and Capital One employee Tonya Lambert after the law firm apparently fell victim to what is known as the “Nigerian Check Scam” that local officials have been warning citizens about, blaming the bank and their employee for not catching the scam.
July 11 09:52 AM
When officers arrived at the scene, they discovered that the taxi driver, identified as 38-yearold Carlos Jenkins of Shreveport, was pronounced dead from what appeared to be an apparent gunshot wound to the head..
July 11 09:52 AM
Based on information and evidence gathered during the ongoing investigation, robbery detectives have charged the suspects, identified as 22-year-old Shamichael Gilliam of the 2800 block of Crown Street, 26-year- All three suspects have been booked...
July 11 09:52 AM
Detectives with the Bossier City Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit arrested all five suspects for stealing two pickup trucks from Arceneaux’s Towing in the 3600 block of Shed Road on July 1 and four utility pickup trucks from Growing Solutions in the 3800 block of Shed Road on July 2.
July 11 09:52 AM
She was booked into the Shreveport City Jail. In addition to criminal mischief, Carter was charged with resisting an officer, driving with a suspended license, expired plates, misuse of temporary tag, impeding traffic, no insurance, failure to register vehicle and no driver’s license and on a warrant for disturbing the peace.
July 11 09:52 AM
“You could get machines to do most everything here, but we like hiring local people. Most of them need a job, so I’d rather have a human being doing it. I ain’t run across a piece of equipment that didn’t have to have somebody working on it anyway, so we might as well have these people doing it.
July 11 09:52 AM
And get this: They’re all free! Debra Kavanauch, adult event coordinator, said that Shreve Memorial Library recently received 10 current films from the organization to show at no charge to the public. However, you must be 18 or older to view the movies.

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