According to arrest reports for the Shreveport Police Department, Jessica G. Williams, 26, and Amanda Carswell, 20, both of Shreveport, offered to perform oral and regular intercourse upon an undercover agent in exchange for $200..
The attorney for a locally raised disc-jockey -turned-famous, says recent charges filed against internationally known DJ Bay Bay have him wanting to “do da stanky leg,” referring to a hip-hop dance that is popular with his client, Terrence “Bay Bay” Stewart.
Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Lt. Carl Townley with the Caddo-Shreveport Narcotics Task Force said his agents received intelligence that there were possibly marijuana plants growing behind a residence in the 9400 block of Louisiana Highway 170 east of Vivian.
After serving in the United States Army as a combat medic and honorably serving during Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Morris applied with the Mansfield Police Department and was hired in 1993. He was POSTcertified by Bossier Parish Community College.
Oliver was charged with two counts of manufacturing metham phetamine and one count of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Burroughs was charged with two counts of manufacturing methamphetamine and one count of possession of methamphetamine..
Caddo sheriff’s deputies began an investigation into the actions of Justin Butch Beckham of the 8900 block of East Starwood Lane in Greenwood after learning that a 16-year-old girl had been talking and texting with Beckham via cell phone..
Anthony J. DeMarco, 45, was taken into police custody last Friday, Aug. 15, at his home in the 2600 block of Gilbert Drive. He was wanted by authorities in the alleged stalking of an ex-girlfriend. According to information gathered by Shreveport police detectives, DeMarco was alleged to have continuously harassed and threatened the victim.
Randy Matthews, the owner of Cash-N-A- Flash Pawn Shop in Bossier City, says the suspect entered his store and wanted to look at a military sniper-style assault rifle with a camo scope on it. When the employee turned her back, the suspect left the store with the assault rifle.
Patrol officers were able to collect details at the scene, suggesting that Washington was allegedly attacked in the front yard of his home and forced inside by Anderson and Ratcliff, who then physically assaulted Washington while demanding drugs and money.