Back on May 1, Thomas Bartle, 67, of Shreveport, turned himself into authorities for taking thousands in payment from a Benton church for merchandise he never delivered and services he never performed.
At about 4:30 p.m., the Blanchard Police Department received a call concerning a fight located at the intersection of North Front Street at West Lydia. The caller stated that three black males and two white males were at the intersection and that they could hear cussing and yelling.
Arrested at the Westover Street residence were Taurese Wenchell Byrd, 30, on a charge of possession of schedule I drugs (marijuana) with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a firearm with CDS and...
E-cigarettes are rapidly becoming an alternative to tobacco smoking, and proponents of the battery-operated devices claim that many long-time smokers have been able to kick their tobacco habits with relative ease using e- cigarettes, as opposed to nicotine patches or gum.
In 106 cities in 37 states, 260 pimps were arrested. Drugs, vehicles, cash and property were also seized by agents participating in the FBI’s Operation Cross Country VIII. In Louisiana, 16 pimps and 75 prostitutes were arrested. In Shreveport, 10 pimps and 23 prostitutes were arrested.
In order to donate, you can drop off the items at the facility located at 2350 Levy St., Shreveport, LA 71103; or call (318) 670- 4591 to have a pick-up arranged. They have only received approximately 30 cans of bug spray, and they have already been sent out.
A local hooker arrested by federal agents was concerned that her name and photograph might appear in The Inquisitor, so she made a deal with the agents to help catch numerous other suspects in lieu of going to jail.
The Office of Disciplinary Counsel began an investigation into Kendig’s misconduct while Kendig was serving as the president of the Shreveport Bar Association. Following the filing of formal charges, Kendig reportedly entered into a joint petition for consent discipline and admitted that his conduct violated the Rules of Professional Conduct.
Damario Shelton Kelly, 21, of Bossier City was taken into custody Wednesday night after a Bossier City patrol officer spotted him riding in a vehicle. Kelly was arrested after police conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle in the 1600 block of Hill Street.
T.L. Rodes Elementary School won on the third level of a recycling contest last month. The school provided TerraCycle Inc. with 40,000 Capri Sun pouches. The corporation in exchange will congratulate T.L. Rodes with a vinyl banner, 50 TerraCycle wristbands and over $1,200.