Robert Bond, who is accused of murdering his wife, a former Bossier Parish Schools teacher in November, was able to cut a deal with Bossier prosecutors through his attorney, Randall Fish, and entered a plea of guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter this week.
A local attorney has once again won an appeal in the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal, concerning a nine-year legal battle over a previous home he owned in South Shreveport; however, that same court has denied his request for over $200,000 in attorney fees for representing the case himself.
The suspect, identified as 34- year-old Joshua Ellington Guajardo of 1000 Creole Drive in Bossier City, was detained by store security personnel after he was seen concealing an iPhone dock, a pair of men’s shorts and a package of men’s underwear in a bag.
Deputies left the vehicle and proceed to a residence located in the 5400 block of Stonewall- Frierson Road. Deputies made contact with several people who were at the residence and detained them for questioning..
Shreveport police crash investigators were able to determine from witness statements along with crash site evidence that the driver of the Caprice, 37 -year-old Carlos Daniels of Shreveport, for reasons unknown lost control of the vehicle, striking the interstate’s concrete retaining wall.
But a technological alternative has appeared on the scene in recent years: electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes. These gadgets, which can sometimes look as futuristic as Doctor Who’s sonic screwdriver, heat a flavored liquid that turns into a vapor which the “smoker” inhales and exhales.
During the melee, it was learned that 21-year-old Queshaun Ware sustained a non-lifethreatening gunshot wound to the forearm. In speaking with Ware, officers determined Ware’s location to have been behind that of the officers at the time he was shot..
According to testimony and evidence presented at the trial, the robberies took place between June 1, 2012, and Nov. 14, 2012, at 15 businesses in Louisiana and Texas, with the men stealing in excess of $20,000. In some instances, money was taken from employees and patrons.