Warren Saucier, director of the Bossier Parish Police Jury Parks and Recreation Department, said equipment will be moved in Monday morning, Aug. 1, to begin work on the park’s playing field. The project is expected to continue through Aug. 8..
According to Sands, they were on the dance floor when Anderson kept bumping into her. Sands alleges that at some point Anderson “went wild” and came up behind her and hit her in the face. Sands says she immediately ran for the door holding her bloodied face caused by a bloody nose.
The incident occurred on June 2 close to midnight. According to police reports from the Webster Sheriff’s Office, deputies were dispatched to the Dixie Inn boat launch to assist the Dixie Inn police. Michael Herman claimed he and three juveniles were frog hunting on Dorcheat Creek when they were shot at.
“Cut to the Chase” is a film noir set in the South, written and directed by Bossier City native Blayne Weaver, now a successful filmmaker. The movie features such Hollywood actors as Lance Henrikson (“Aliens”) and Lyndie Greenwood (TV’s “Sleepy Hollow”) and a number of local actors, including Richard Folmer, Patrick and Susan Kirton, and Mary Thoma.
Back on July 20, Shreveport police patrol officers were called to the 2900 block of Curtis Lane regarding a male victim who was discovered deceased along the roadway. Upon officers’ arrival, it was learned the victim, 23-year -old Ricardo Anderson, had been shot multiple times.
With the actions of the nation’s law enforcement officers coming under intense public scrutiny in recent months and with many first responders the target of abusive invectives and scorn, one local girl has taken action to let local law enforcement officials know that they are genuinely respected.
Fire crews were called to the Holiday Inn Express and Suites in the 8000 block of East Texas Street at approximately 3:40 p.m. The first unit arrived on the scene within three minutes and reported flames coming from the northeast corner of the building’s roof.
During the proceedings, the Shreveport Police Crime Scene Unit, DA Investigator Rod Demery and North Louisiana Criminalistics Laboratory representative Carla White matched a firearm recovered from Champion Lake more than two years after the slaying to shell casings and bullets recovered at the crime scene.