Last Wednesday, May 4, Blanchard Police Officer B.K. Anderson was on routine patrol monitoring a school zone on Pine Hill Road and saw a silver Chrysler 200 traveling at 41 miles per hour in a 25- mph zone..
Search crews with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, the Caddo Sheriff’s office, Red River Parish Sheriff’s Office and Caddo Parish Fire District No. 8 had searched for the boy from Rodessa since Saturday evening..
A black male checked out at the register and exited the store. He was stopped and identified as 36- year-old Marvin Lee Bernard Jr. of 8132 Village Fair in Shreveport and was found to be in possession of a box of Benadryl allergy tablets, valued at $4.50.
White, from Cedar Grove, was riding around town with three friends when they picked up Alexander, who had known two of White’s friends for a number of years. An argument that began inside the vehicle continued when the group reached the Greenbrook neighborhood and got out of the vehicle.
Just after noon, the Caddo Sheriff’s Office was contacted by a homeowner who said he caught a man stealing a welding machine and trailer from his residence. He tried to stop the suspect from leaving, but the suspect rammed the homeowner’s vehicle with his truck and fled.
This latest scam involving churches is, unfortunately, part of an increasing number of companies who are falling victim to wire transfer scams, costing victims more than $1 billion in just the last 18 months, according to the United States Secret Service.
Last Wednesday, May 3, Shreveport police officers responded to 181 Archer in reference to an armed person. The suspect, identified as 33-year-old Jared Steven Clinton of 148 Preston Ave. in Shreveport, allegedly forced his way into his sister’s house and went toward her husband, who said he hit Clinton first because he was in fear for his life.