The suspect, identified as 56-yearold Linda Faye Scott of 340 College St., allegedly tried to pay for the food with an identification card. The complainant said she tried to explain to Scott that it was not a purchase card, whereupon Scott became irate, saying, “F— you!” to the complainant and walking out of the restaurant.
Tinyia Eshell Lashay Reeder, 35, of 322 College St., worked for Bluebird Health Services. On April 29, she worked for William Cook at 534 Red Baron Drive. It was recently discovered that several checks belonging to her charge were allegedly stolen out of his house and then negotiated at different places.
Shreveport police officers were dispatched to the Family Dollar at 9070 Kingston Road on a welfare concern. Upon contact, a male subject was found asleep in a black truck. Officers then made contact with the man, identified as Bradley William Fong, 28, of 310 College St.
Cairo Garcia, 39, who is an immigrant who apparently overstayed his visa, was working at the upscale barbecue restaurant when he allegedly became obsessed with a 16- year-old employee working in the restaurant, according to the mother of the alleged victim, whose name we are withholding for obvious reasons.
Deputies made contact with Bogan on the stairwell, and he refused to show both hands. A deputy deployed a 40mm nonlethal round, striking him in the torso. Bogan disappeared upstairs and reappeared in the stairwell holding a small child as a shield. Bogan came down from the stairwell, and he reached for the couch.
An investigation found the two got into an argument in front of their home which turned physical. Witnesses told police that, during the altercation, Toms punched his wife multiple times and picked up a car seat with the couple’s 3 -week-old daughter in it and threw it across their front yard.
Nya Tehane Ealy, 46, was arrested after Bossier City police responded to a 911 hang-up call from a residence in the 100 block of Wilbanks Street. When officers arrived, they found Ealy slumped over in a chair outside the residence and appeared to be intoxicated.
Daryl Worley of the Bossier City Police Department said, “On behalf of Chief McWilliams, I encourage the citizens of Bossier City to take part in this. It’s a great way for the community and law enforcement to bond. They can see us as actual people.”.