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Schellhase said the significance of the project to remove the M6 is “we have the largest thermal treatment of explosives that’s ever been conducted in the world. We’re removing 16 million pounds at one time with a 10- times-larger burn chamber than anywhere else.
They moved into the kitchen. The suspect, 18-year-old Corey Dion Thedford of 3218 Wagner St., came down the stairs allegedly carrying a handgun and pointed it in the officers’ direction. He then discharged the handgun, causing a round to eject..
Last Thursday, Oct. 6, Courtney Dennard Fears, 36, of 1712 Castlewood Drive in Bossier City, was a passenger in a vehicle stopped for a traffic violation, and an odor of suspected marijuana was allegedly detected. Fears said he was the owner of the vehicle and gave verbal consent to search.
As officers exited their patrol units, they saw a large group of males running and detained 19-year-old Darien Lynn Adams of 6800 Rasberry Lane as he fled from the scene when officers arrived. Adams denied knowledge of guns, drugs or gambling and was ultimately released.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Justice Department and U.S. Attorney Stephanie A. Finley announced that the Bossier City Housing Authority (BCHA) has agreed to pay $120,000 and adopt new policies and practices to settle a lawsuit alleging that it discriminated on the basis of race and disability in violation of the Fair Housing Act.