The prime suspect in a 2011 murder in Vivian was arrested this past week after bringing a firearm on a Bossier school campus and has left investigators on both sides of the river wondering if that mystery gun may have been the missing link in the 2011 murder case.
Eric Michael Bernard, 37, of 10539 Norris Ferry Road in Shreveport, is facing a charge of felony theft after he allegedly turned over an excavator that he financed into a pond and sank it, then took out an insurance policy on it, and days later reported it stolen.
When asked if mail to inmates is screened beforehand, Sgt. Parker said, “The legal mail, I think there’s some restrictions on that.” However, something drew authorities’ attention to the package, although he could not reveal specifically what that was..
“We’ve received complaints from parents in recent days about a serious issue involving children,” he said at a news conference Wednesday morning. “People are sending nude or partially nude photos to or from their peers on their cell phones, computers or social media sites.
Although several local attorneys in Bossier and Webster parishes have announced they are going to seek election, or are considering seeking election, to the two district judge positions to become open by the announced retirements of the Honorable...
What’s that? You say you have a tin ear and a singing voice that sounds like an asthmatic frog? Then, let the barbershop quartets of River Cities Jubilee Barbershop Chorus, the Northwest Louisiana Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, do the singing for you.
The commercial property is located at 2121 Fairfield Ave. in the heart of Shreveport, according to Hodge, and appraisal records submitted by the secured creditors reveal that the property contains about 13,998 square feet of useable heated space. The actual land consists of about 54,142 square feet of property.