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May 16 08:59 AM
Just after 11 p.m. Saturday, Shreveport police were called to a home in the 600 block of West 71st Street in reference to a reported kidnapping. At the residence, police made contact with an adult female, who told them she had been the victim of a kidnapping at gunpoint by a woman known to her.
May 16 08:59 AM
Public information officer Mark Natale said, “We still have our detectives working on the case. They’re still talking to a number of individuals who have known these two victims, (and) we are still pro cessing the crime scene.”.
May 16 08:59 AM
Upon further investigation, detectives determined that Reddix and several other men were involved in some sort of dispute that ultimately led to gunfire. Based on information and evidence gathered at the scene, police identified and apprehended two other suspects, identified as 27-year-old Calvin Leon Jackson of Panama City, Fla.
May 16 08:59 AM
Harlan Cooper, 50, of Benton, was hired to remodel a house in September 2013. The victims say they paid Cooper $79,165, but subcontractors say he didn’t use the money to pay them. They dispute Cooper’s claim that they’ve already been paid for work and materials provided, said Caddo Sheriff’s Detective Frank Edmondson.
May 16 08:59 AM
Those arrested were Stanford Wayne Huges, 35, of 10550 Cook Road, Bethany, La., charged with possession of schedule II drugs (meth) with intent to distribute and on a Caddo Parish probation warrant; Tia Renee Madden, 42, of 10550 Cook Road in Bethany, La.
May 16 08:59 AM
At about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, Shreveport police officers were dispatched to Willis- Knighton Medical Center on Greenwood Road in reference to a shooting. Upon arrival, they learned that Tyreon Woodard, 18, and Christopher Jackson, 19, had arrived at the emergency room in a private vehicle, both suffering from at least one gunshot wound.
May 16 08:59 AM
A local woman was arrested Thursday afternoon after it was learned she filed a false police report with Shreveport police. Quanisha Isidore, 25, of the 6000 block of Tulsa Avenue, was jailed for her role in providing false statements to police, indicating she had been victim of a crime.
May 09 10:45 AM
was not picked up. The stop he was standing at was not a bus stop. We only pick up at bus stops. He considered one of our bus operators racist because they did not pick up at the bus stop,” Washington said, adding that Chism called the driver names, uttered racial slurs and used inappropriate language.

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