The officer allegedly noticed a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and had Henderson exit the vehicle for officer safety. On the center console was a Newport cigarette box, inside of which was a plastic baggie containing 20 Ecstasy tablets.
Upon stopping, 23-year-old Lamarvis Cortez Jones of 257 Vine St. and the driver of the Jeep, 22-year-old Devonta Deshawn Stewart of 3518 Lillian St., quickly jumped into the back seat and appeared to hide something; then they switched positions in the driver and passenger seats.
A Shreveport police officer was dispatched to an armed person call at 4327 St. Louis. The officer saw 18- year-old Gabreon Shanchez Green with his hands in his pockets as he walked to the rear corner of the residence. Green removed his hands from his pockets and allegedly tossed what appeared to be a clear bag.
The preliminary investigation revealed that a 2007 Mack truck operated by 46-year-old Joe A. Ogden of Haynesville was traveling south on Louisiana Highway 159 when for reasons still under investigation, Ogden lost control of the truck, exited the right side of the roadway and overturned.
Officers contacted Roderick Mahoney, 18, of Shreveport, and learned that he had sustained one non-life-threatening gunshot wound to his left forearm. A companion transported Mahoney to the hospital and the vehicle he arrived in had sustained damage from what appeared to be multiple projectiles.
It all began just before 12 p.m., when Shreveport police patrol officers observed a gold Toyota Camry travelling at a very high rate of speed in the downtown Shreveport area. Officers attempted to stop the speeding car but the driver, Marco Glass, 38, of the 1100 block of Wilkinson, refused to stop.
The employee provided surveillance for officers to review. On video, Parks was allegedly seen grabbing a towel from the store’s sale shelf, searching for and finding a concealed location before exposing his genitals and masturbating in the store..
On Monday, she returned the neighbor’s house. The neighbor, Tommy Eugene Collinsworth Jr., was on his porch with another man. When she told him she was looking for her dog, he told her to be careful at his pond because he shot something there that he thought was an alligator.
While patrolling the 200 block of Herndon Street, the officer heard loud music coming from a parked Chevy Impala. As the officer approached the vehicle, he saw 36 -year-old Demond Lamont Hill of 1628 Fulton St. exiting the driver’s side..