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February 12 06:02 AM
A local man was arrested last week after he was seen entering a vehicle that did not belong to him. Back on Feb. 3, 30- year-old Derrick James Jones of 4715 Hilry Huckaby III Drive in Shreveport was observed by Sam’s Town Casino surveillance pulling on the door handles of vehicles parked in the self-parking garage.
February 12 06:02 AM
Under the category of person crimes, homicides doubled from just one in 2014 to two in 2015. Rapes rose to five, up from just one last year. There were nine robberies in 2015 compared to only one in 2014. Batteries rose from 346 in 2014 to 348 in 2015, and assaults declined from 59 in 2014 to 30 in 2015.
February 12 06:02 AM
He faces up to six years’ imprisonment and fine of up to $1,000 on the unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling conviction; up to three years’ imprisonment on the domestic abuse battery with strangulation conviction; and a minimum fine of $500 up to $2,000 and imprisonment for up to seven and a half years.
February 12 06:02 AM
Upon contact, the officer allegedly smelled a strong odor of what he believed to be marijuana. He asked the back passenger if there was any marijuana in the vehicle. He said a couple of blunts and then handed the officer a bag with approximately 108.9 grams of green vegetation that field tested positive for marijuana.
February 12 06:02 AM
Upon further investigation, it was discovered that marijuana was in plain view in her open purse inside the vehicle. Inside of a clear plastic container was a green, leafy substance that weighed approximately three grams and which field tested positive for the presumptive presence of THC.
February 05 06:37 AM
Each year, on Louisiana’s highways, numerous people are killed or seriously injured in automobile crashes that involve impaired drivers. In 2015, 48% of the fatal crashes in Troop G involved impaired drivers..
February 05 06:37 AM
According to Bossier City police, when officers arrived, the two suspect, identified as Latrisha Hudson West, 34 and Alonzo Torez West, were in the restaurant and taken into custody following an investigation. Police recovered the bogus bill and also found the couple had four other suspected counterfeit $20 bills in their possession.
February 05 06:37 AM
When officers arrived on the scene, Boomtown security personnel had already made contact the subject, who was later identified as Moore. An investigation found the bag that Moore was seen carrying contained tools belonging to Boomtown maintenance. As a result, Moore was arrested on charges of theft and criminal trespass.

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