“While we are quick to note those clerks at businesses who are cited for selling alcohol to underage buyers, I’d like to men tion that the clerks we checked this time all complied with the law,” said Bossier Sheriff Julian Whitington.
David Bryant Keith, 33, and Jessica Lea Hudson, 29, both of Bossier City, were arrested last Friday, July 10, after detectives with the Bossier City Police Department’s Juvenile Unit obtained warrants for their arrests on charges of felony cruelty to a juvenile.
Bossier City police were called to the Subway Restaurant in the 2000 block of Airline Drive in reference to a man, later identified as Tony Joseph Lewis, 42, of Bossier, taking a jar of donated money (approximately $31) designated for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital off a counter and placing it in a bag that he was carrying.
In just one day, the female suspect briskly traveled to gas stations, convenience stores, a liquor store, fast-food restaurants and a department store in Bossier City, Haughton and Doyline, making purchases for sundry items and charging all of them on the victim’s debit card.
Markaylen Sheke Lee, 19, of 3411 Frederick St. in Shreveport, came to the complainant’s residence and posted pictures of herself standing by the complainant’s BMW with dents to the driver’s door and front left fender..
A Benton teenager who bragged on social media about stealing 16 street signs from Bossier Parish neighborhoods can now add one more address to places he’s visited: the Bossier Maximum Security Facility at 2985 Old Plain Dealing Road in Plain Dealing, La.
The juvenile female was lured to Shreveport from Converse, Texas, by 23-year-old Lawarren Jamar Lucious of 7502 McArthur Drive in Shreveport. The female identified the suspect only as John Doe because he refused to give his real name..
Usher then jerked away from officers, grabbed his door and would not let go after repeated commands. Officers delivered multiple closed-fist, empty -handed blows, but Usher did not comply. Officers fought Usher inside the residence..