Upon contact, officers smelled a strong odor of suspected marijuana. A K-9 officer used a dog to walk around the vehicle. The dog alerted on the driver’s side, and suspected marijuana weighing 40.6 grams was retrieved from under the seat on the driver’s side.
Statewide, alcohol is a factor in over one third of all fatal crashes. Nearly two thirds of fatality crashes involve lack of restraint Locally, more than half of all traffic fatality crashes worked by the Caddo Sheriff’s Office in 2014 use. involved impairment of some form, Prator said.
Thomas said he had just taken a picture of Justin grinding some meat. “I turned around and set the phone down, and he tried to get a piece of meat off the wall of the grinder, and stuck his hand too far, and it cut it off.” His right hand was amputated at the wrist with no chance of reattachment.
The other five suspects were also subsequently arrested on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. They are: 27-year-old Danielle Renee Anderson of 930 Woodshire Court in Shreveport, also charged on a warrant for failure to appear; 21-year-old Courtney Lynn Coats of 414 Preston Blvd.
Bossier City police were called to the Horseshoe Casino and Hotel in reference to a disturbance in one of the rooms. Police learned that the suspect Amber Lee Wilkins, 32, of Seagoville, Texas, had been staying at the hotel with a female friend, and both got into an argument that became physical.
Knox is described as a black male, approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighing 200 pounds. He was last seen wearing dark blue athletic shorts, a blue shirt with shit e stripes and black shoes. He also has a scar over his left eyebrow..
Detectives with the Violent Crimes Unit previously arrested 32-year-old Cheryl Denise Bayles and 17-year-old Chelsea Lynn Hays, both of Shreveport, and 21- year-old Mason Andrew Mascola of Bossier City. All three were charged with armed robbery with a firearm.
According to Blanchard police, Officer Allen received a complain tof theft from the Family Dollar store located at 309 S. Main St. in Blanchard, where the district manager had a concern of an employee stealing items held for sale.
A lawsuit has been filed against St. Mark’s Cathedral School and its head, Dr. Chris Carter, alleging violations of state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of disability, race and gender and further alleging violations of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, in addition to a breach of contract and defamation.