At approximately 7:39 a.m. on November 23, 2014, Shreveport Police patrol responded to a vehicle burglary in the 200 block of Prospect Street. Upon the arrival, officers learned the victim observed a male suspect, later iden tified as 47-yearold Garnell Richardson; attempting to enter three vehicles parked at the residence.
Back on August 14, 2014, Shreveport Police patrol officers responded to an armed robbery in the 2900 block of Willie Mays Street. Upon arrival, officers learned a black male stepped out into the street and flagged the victims down. The male proceeded to rob both victims at gun point, then fleeing the scene on foot.
Shreveport Police Robbery detectives were advised of the incident and launched a subsequent investigation into the allegations. Authorities were able to secure evidence in the case, ultimately linking 19-yearold Archille Holmes of the 700 block of Rainbow Drive in Shreveport, to the crime.
A Shreveport police officer responding to a suspicious person call in the 1200 block of Texas Avenue made contact with the driver of a vehicle, identified as 31-year-old Bryan Allen Harris of 3818 Richmond Ave. in Shreveport..
Tubbs, the owner of ASAP Appliances, was arrested on Nov. 19 by the Louisiana State Police Insurance Fraud Unit for one count of insurance fraud. The arrest stemmed from an earlier investigation that revealed that Tubbs had allegedly filed a false bodily injury claim with his insurance company.
Keller will now be serving the remainder of that sentence along with the new charges after being arrested Nov. 7 on two counts of burglary of an inhabited dwelling, possession of a Schedule IV controlled dangerous drug, aggravated burglary, theft and two counts of simple burglary.
The pair is accused of robbing a man at the Cross Country Apartments in the 1900 block of East Texas Street Monday night. Powell reportedly lured the victim, who had recently met Powell on Facebook, to Seamster’s apartment. When the victim arrived, Seamster came out of a closet, pulled out a knife and robbed him of his mobile phone and money.
Upon verification of the motor cycle’s license plate information, a Shreveport police officer learned that the plate was not issued for the motorcycle and that it had been reported stolen out of Fort Worth, Texas..