Bossier sheriff’s deputies Sgt. Tina Fruge and Josh Cagle and Shreveport Fire Department Training Officer Calvin Baker Jr. helped two students from Kingston Elementary School with a shopping spree at Toys R Us.
A search of the vehicles and the immediate area was conducted. A bottle containing marijuana, one blunt containing marijuana and a bag with a white powdered substance suspected to be cocaine were found under the driver’s seat..
Shortly after 2:30 p.m., Shreveport police patrol officers were called to the 3600 block of Pines Road relative to reports a woman had been robbed by two men who accosted her while she was attending to her vehicle. The men suspected of the crime fled the scene after robbing the woman of her wallet and cell phone.
Later that afternoon the victim saw what appeared to be his cooler being offered for sale on the internet. Online contact was made with the seller of the item, and an agreement was made to meet to purchase the same. Upon meeting with the seller, it was determined the item was indeed that of the victim, which had been stolen.
At about 11:10 p.m., a Shreveport police officer responded to an assault and battery call. A juvenile called 911 and said that 34-year-old Desmond Dewayne Washington of 109 Southfield Road in Shreveport, was assaulting his mother..
The witness provided a physical description and direction of travel. A Shreveport police officer began to look for the suspect and found the person fitting the description. He was identified as 38-yearold Ronnie Lamar Burks of 1130 Busby St. in Shreveport and was positively identified by the witness.
Joseph Michael Kurz, 64, was found guilty of raping a male relative under the age of 12 in the period between 1976 and 1977. The victim reported the crime to authorities after seeing news coverage of Kurz’s arrest on a charge of indecent behavior with a juvenile.
During the search, a large, clear con tainer was found on the rear passenger floorboard. Inside the container were a black weight scale and seven individual clear baggies, each containing approximately 4.4 grams of a green, leafy substance. The stash that Coleman mentioned in the green container was found in the pocket of the passenger seat.
Post-Miranda, Lenser said he had six beers and was headed home. Field sobriety tests were conducted on scene and at the Traffic Department. Lenser submitted to the chemical test with a BAC result of .191g%..