The suspect was described as wearing a black-colored, knit stocking cap, a long-sleeved white shirt, dark shorts with red and white stripes on the side. Still images of the suspect where captured via the store's surveillance system.
When the officer arrived, the complainant claimed that the suspect, 22- year-old Tristen Randell Prillermancaused a disturbance at her residence and was also unlawfully involved in an intimate relationship with her juvenile daughter..
Latonya Williams, 39, of 3528 Catherine St. in Shreveport, was allegedly involved in a hit-and-run accident at 2300 Milam St. in which the victim sustained serious bodily injury that resulted in severe trauma to the victim’s left foot, leading to a possible loss of the limb.
Editor’s Note: On Feb. 9, 2015, A Shreveport woman was taken to the hospital in critical condition after she reportedly fell from the bed of the truck her husband, 46- year-old Allen Labon Wray, was driving. The woman died 2 days later, and Wray was subsequently charged with manslaughter.
Logan K. Bowman, 28, of 2506 Kristiansand Court in Shreveport went to the victim’s home and discovered an unknown vehicle parked behind the victim’s home. Bowman allegedly beat on the victim’s bedroom window, and the window pane shattered. His right hand and bicep were cut by broken glass.
Caddo Commissioner Matthew Linn said he brought up the subject when the car was ac quired a few years ago, asking, “Why do you need a Dodge Charger when you could have had a Ford Fiesta or Focus or something?” “And they said smaller cars wear out sooner, faster, and the price difference is not very much,” Linn said.
Middleton pledges service above self and a focus on leadership, economic growth and service. If elected, his first priorities as commissioner will be the “Three R’s”: Reduce the commissioners’ salaries by 20 percent; repeal the retirement, health...
Previously, the law allowed constables to designate one or more deputies to assist them; however, the Louisiana Legislature changed the law limiting constables to just one deputy. Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator backed the legislation, citing his concerns for too many untrained law enforcement officers out on the streets.