Shreveport police robbery detectives launched a subsequent investigation into the allegations. Authorities were able to secure evidence in the case, linking 26-year-old Kenneth George of Shreveport to the crime..
Anthony Roggero, 69, of Shreveport, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge S. Maurice Hicks Jr. for one count of mail fraud. He was also sentenced to three years of supervised release and ordered to pay $200,000 to LSUHSC payable jointly and severally with his co-conspirators.
On Veterans’ Day at the second location of his book store, The Thrifty Peanut Book & Media Warehouse, at 7600 Youree Drive, the site of the former Wright’s Sound Gallery, McLaughlin offered free chili dogs to veterans as well as a 50 percent discount on their purchases that day.
Following his arrest, Spearman was interviewed by violentcrimes investigators, after which he was transported to the Shreveport City Jail and booked on the outstanding warrant charging him with a single count of attempted second-degree murder. Bond in the matter has been set at $250,000.
Property crimes detectives immediately launched an inquiry into the break-in. Shortly after authorities began their investigation, patrol officers arrived at a house in the 4600 block of Greenwood Lane, after an iPad stolen during the burglary was tracked to the home.
A Shreveport police officer observed the suspect, 49-yearold Robert Earl Johnson of 219 Tank Farm Road in Princeton, La., standing outside a residence in the 1800 block of Abbie Street attempting to load a weight set into a truck..
Vu began communicating with the officer posing as a juvenile and set up a meeting in Haynesville, La., where he planned to produce a pornographic video. He communicated in detail beforehand about what kinds of sex acts he wanted performed..
Whether you're looking for an armored personnel carrier, a police motorcycle, a retired squad car, a good vehicle or electronics, the City of Shreveport, the Bossier Sheriff's Office, the Caddo Parish District Attorney's Office and other agencies may have something just for you to be auctioned off this Saturday at the Lawler Auction Facility.
Burns said he was initially in favor of education reform. His mother was a schoolteacher, and his father was on the school board. “They were always improvising and changing the format of education to try to make us competitive and have good standards and all,” he said.