Shreveport police property crimes detectives launched a subsequent investigation and were able to secure evidence ultimately linking 23-year-old Ladarrius Nelson of Shreveport for selling the stolen phone to another vendor..
Authorities learned through a preliminary investigation that the victim’s ex-boyfriend, 35-year-old Isreal Edwards of the 400 block of Iroquois Trail in Shreveport, allegedly went to the victim’s residence without permission on Dec. 3, taking pictures of himself inside her residence, then.
A subsequent investigation revealed that Coutee had used 10 different credit card accounts belonging to the victim without the victim’s permission. Many of the cards in question had been opened without the grandmother’s knowledge or permission..
Walker said he got the $20 from his brother. Five more counterfeit bills were found in the center console. Walker was arrested and charged with monetary instrument abuse, manufacture and distribution of schedule I CDS, possession of drug paraphernalia and open container.
Huey D. Johnson, 61, of 3908 Bordeaux Drive in Shreveport, and 47-year-old Shirley D. Richardson of Shreveport, were spotted by loss prevention personnel at Best Buy at 7080 Youree Drive with a Blu-Ray player that had not been paid for..
On Oct. 30, both suspects entered the Chase Bank branch in the 4300 block of Barksdale Boulevard within minutes of each other, and each cashed a counterfeit payroll check from an account belonging to a local business..
Thomas Clarence Duke, 26, of 455 Ratcliff Drive in Shreveport, and 26-year-old Melissa Carol Ledbetter of 9611 Ferncliff Road in Bethany, La., were spotted by police officers in a vehicle in the 600 block of Patton Street with all of its doors open. Both suspects were asleep.
brough’s residence to take the complaint and contacted Hudson about the truck. Initially, she denied knowing any knowledge about the truck but eventually admitted that she had the truck and that it would be returned in “28 minutes,” according to Yarbrough.
Edgar Naron of the 4N Hunting Club in Bossier Parish says his hunting club and several others have become the target of vandalism, arson and terroristic attacks in the past three years, and they now want Bossier Parish District Attorney Schuyler Marvin to do something about it.
Recently confessed serial hitman Larry Thompson Sr., 73, was quietly serving out his lengthy prison sentence in Angola as a trustee with many privileges that other inmates did not enjoy, knowing well and good that he would most likely die in prison.