When officers arrived, contact was made with a male victim suffering a gunshot wound to the face. The man, whose injuries were considered to be non-life-threatening, was treated on scene by paramedics from the Shreveport Fire Department..
Property crimes detectives soon arrived on the scene. During their preliminary investigation, it was learned that two occupants were inside the residence at the time an unknown male juvenile arrived and rang the doorbell..
According to Col. Edward Ford, Air Force Global Strike Command personnel director, “As part of an Air Force plan to create efficiencies by deactivating and realigning organizations at Headquarters Air Force, major commands, numbered air forces and...
Moses had been previously convicted in Monroe of theft in 1996 and burglary in 1997. He was also convicted in October 2007 in Providence, R.I., of carrying a firearm by a person convicted of a felony. “Felons carrying weapons is a violation of federal law,” said U.
A grand jury delivered a 24- count indictment Wednesday against Quincy D. Hoover, 39, and Quwanda L. Forest, 35, both of Natchez, La.; Jesse C. Thomas, 30, of Haynesville, La.; Rodney J. Raymond of Natchitoches, La., Shannon D. Jenkins, 34, and Carlos C. Jenkins, 36, both of Ruston, La.