When asked what the reaction at the medical center, she said, “The reaction at the medical center is that we are a business, and that we are here to protect the health care of the communities that we serve, and we are here to protect all of our employees and that we have to do that job in the most appropriate way.
The suspect, 30-yearold Terrence J. Turner of 1716 Nicholson St. in Shreveport, allegedly concealed merchandise at the Walmart at 1125 Shreveport-Barksdale Hwy. and left the store without paying for the items..
Contact was made with the driver, 39- year-old Jamie Lynn Tobin of 1525 Sycamore St. in Shreveport, who appeared to be under the influence of some narcotics due to her eyes being wired and her pupils dilated and bloodshot, according to the Shreveport Police Department booking report.
The complainant claimed that the Williams also stole an iPhone 6, an iPhone 6S and a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. Those items were scanned by Williams only and then loaded onto the truck, where the packages were found empty..
She said she got in her vehicle to block Pearson in to get her phone. Pearson gave her the phone, but when she was about to walk off, he allegedly ended up running over her left leg and foot with his vehicle and left the scene..
Jefferson chased the victim into the bedroom, where he began to choke her. Jefferson’s mother pulled him off the victim, and he began to choke his mother, saying, “I’ll kill you both!” The victim fled the apartment to the manager’s office, where the manager locked the door.
During the search, agents saw suspect Mark Christopher Bryant, 46, of 3624 Sumner, flee on foot behind a shed and throw approximately 10 grams of marijuana onto the ground. He then tried to get into the shed, where agents found approximately five ounces of cocaine.