Just before 4:30 p.m. Friday, members of the Shreveport Police Department’s Patrol Division responded to a vehicle-versusbicycle crash that occurred at the intersection of E. 79th Street and Thornhill Avenue..
Information was gathered that the male suspect gained the attention of the children and subsequently had them come over to his vehicle. At this time, the suspect, who was reportedly unclothed from the waist down, exposed his genitals to the children..
Crime scene investigators with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office were not able to positively identify the body Tuesday night, but by late Wednesday morning, they confirmed the identity as Bowens through fingerprint records..
Just before 3 a.m., Shreveport police patrol officers were called to a home in the 6200 block of Greenwood Road in reference to a concerned citizen who was witnessing what appeared to be a vehicle burglary in progress..
Redford was hired by the local television station in April 2001 as an on-air crime-beat reporter/ multi-media journalist. Redford was terminated in November 2012 for violating KTBS’ social media policy by allegedly making comments on social media sites in reaction to comments that viewers made about KTBS or its employees.
Brandolyn M. Campbell, 25, is wanted by the Bossier City police Department and the United States Marshal’s Violent Offenders Task Force in connection with a home invasion on March 16 at the North Park Apartments in the 2500 block of Montgomery Lane..
Just before 6 p.m. Saturday, Shreveport police were called to the intersection of Ashton Street and Park Avenue in reference to a stabbing victim. Upon arrival, authorities discovered 50-year-old Earnest Wyatt suffering multiple stab wounds to his upper back and left side.
Officers arrested 29-year-old Kendrick Lemoine Joseph of Bossier City after they stopped the 1996 Pontiac Sunfire he was driving near the intersection of McDade Street and Barbara Street just before midnight..
“The Benton Police Department will be concentrating efforts to crack down on drug users and distributors,” says Chief Pilikinton. “We don’t want the drugs in or coming through the town of Benton, and the good citizens of this community do not want it here either.