“But also for folks that ride with people, so kids, even, for them to see that. We want to start young. There’s nothing better than a kid in the back seat saying, ‘Hey, Mom, put that phone down’,” Vinet said. “We want to see that active engagement from all the folks that ride in cars.
A drone operator with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office used thermal imaging and located three teenage runaways as they were hiding in the wooded area off of Highway 80 around 10:30 p.m. last week. On March 8 at around 10:15 p.m.
As with the original resetting, the move to late April is due to the movement of evidence between prosecutors with the Caddo Parish District Attorney’s Office, the Louisiana State Supreme Court and Crawford’s defense team, which is based in south Louisiana.
The Shreveport police officer heard plastic rattling, and Taylor stuck a cigar pack inside his shorts pocket. While conducting a pat down for safety, the officer felt a pocket knife and cigar pack. Taylor said that was a candy pack before the officer pulled it out of his pocket.
LaBorde drove into the oncoming lane of traffic in a no-passing zone at a high rate of speed and struck the driver’s side of Waddles’ vehicle as Waddles was turning left, according to traffic safety investigator Sgt. Mike Vaiitkus. The Solara traveled off the roadway and flipped onto its driver’s side into a ditch.
The employee was not injured. Both suspects are described as black males and were caught on security cameras. One of the suspects was wearing a navy jacket, blue jeans and a red bandana around his neck, while the other was dressed in what appeared to be work coveralls.
During his arrest, Pinesett was found to be in possession of approximately three grams of a green, leafy substance suspected to be marijuana and one dosage unit of a blue pill suspected to be MDMA. Both field tested positive for the presumptive presence of THC and MDMA.