The victim broke up the incident by placing Bazar on the ground. While the victim, his mother and his brother attempted to leave the residence, Bazar blocked the victim’s path and struck him in the right side of his chest just below the shoulder..
Williams pointed a handgun at the victim, and Lawson used a Taser on the victim. Lawson then took money from the victim’s pocket. Williams and Lawson then left the scene together. They were stopped on a traffic stop the same night..
Broderick Simmons, 37, of Bossier City was traveling in a Nissan Maxima on LA 173 when he was stopped at I-220 by Caddo Sheriff's Deputy Timothy King for an equipment violation. Simmons, the driver, was also accompanied by a female and a 2-monthold child.
“He should never have been told to leave the casino,” Johnson said. “When you know (someone) or you have reason to believe he’s been drinking alcohol at your facility and it’s raining ice outside, it’s kind of irresponsible to tell him to leave the casino or we’ll have you arrested and having him leave in the middle of an ice storm.
Sylvester. Dr. Reed’s defense attorneys, Dhu Thompson and Daryl Gold, argued to the jury that Dr. Reed was an unfortunate victim of a vague, complicated regulatory scheme that led to an unnecessary prosecution by the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office Medicaid Fraud Division.
Christopher Crouch, 22, of Texas, was taken into custody around 3:30 Tuesday afternoon at 306 Bayou Loop Road, where he had been residing with a friend for a couple of days. Since Crouch was known to be armed and dangerous, Bossier Sheriff’s Office SWAT team deployed to the residence around 3:10 p.
Just after 10:45 p.m., Shreveport police patrol officers were dispatched to the Valero in the 2000 block of Bert Kouns Industrial Loop to a reported armed robbery. Upon arrival, officers learned a male suspect allegedly robbed the store with a handgun and took an undisclosed amount of money, then fled the scene on foot in an unknown direction.
Robert Alan Bridges, 31, of Mooringsport was sending inappropriate messages through Facebook to a 14- yearold girl while she was in school. A teacher noticed the inappropriate messages while the girl was using an iPad in class. The incident was immediately reported to the Caddo Sheriff’s Office Youth Services Division.