Derek Snyder, hired by the department in February of 2014, was booked into the Caddo Correctional Center Friday afternoon on an outstanding warrant, charging him with a single count of violation of Louisiana Bureau of Criminal Identification and Information Regulations.
The preliminary investigation revealed that 19- year-old Lacy Ross and 17-year-old Rachel Barnette of Coushatta were walking on the side of LA 784, when they were struck by a westbound 2002 Buick Century operated by 47-year-old Kenneth Morse of Coushatta.
Upon arrival officers found four people trapped inside one of the vehicles. The Bossier City Fire Department had to extract the individuals, from the vehicle. Two of these passengers had injuries that appeared to be life threatening..
According to Bossier City police, officers responded to the residence at approximately 1:30 a.m. on July 30, after receiving calls about multiple gunshots. Upon arrival officers found two male subjects outside the residence with multiple gunshot wounds.
Bossier Sheriff’s Office “Drone Patrol” was instrumental in the arrest of a suspect during a burglary in progress call Wednesday evening in a wooded area of Princeton. Within a couple of minutes of getting airborne and using thermal imaging, the drone operator was able to spot the suspect who had fled the scene.
Just after 7:30 a.m. on July 27, Shreveport police were called to a residence located in the 3100 block of Catherine Street relative to a shooting. As officers arrived at the home, they located the body of a deceased man inside the home suffering serious injuries after being shot.