The Inquisitor reported on the trial back in October. Horseshoe Casino employees Karen Haydel and Brenda Bison testified that Davis had obtained credit at the Horseshoe in the amount of $250,000 and was issued a $150,000 marker and a $100,000 marker and that Davis had only paid back $4,500 on the balance.
Dana L. Christopher, 36, of the 5400 block of Highway 80 in Haughton, and Kami M. Cosby, 25, of the 300 block of Leland Ave. in Shreveport, were booked following a two-month investigation by the Task Force, a joint effort between the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office and Bossier City Police Department.
D’lundarius D. Daniels, 18, of the 500 block of S. Arkansas St. in Plain Dealing, was wanted by the Bossier Sheriff’s Office for the Apr. 13 burglary of a residence in the 400 block of Elm Street in Plain Dealing.
Christopher Eugene Hammett, 37, of the 2600 block of Douglas Drive, was taken into custody after a family friend contacted the school resource officer at Airline High School regarding Hammett’s possible molestation of two of his family members. The school resource officer then made a report and referred the case to a Bossier sheriff’s investigator.
Loss Prevention and the District Manger confirmed to officials that in an interview with Susan Landis she admitted to taking merchandise over a three month period totaling over $1,700. Landis also admitted to trading items to a pizza delivery from a female by the name of “DD” for merchandise in the store.
Ennis’ Czech heritage is celebrated to the hilt as visitors can listen or dance to a variety of bands playing traditional polka, waltz and folk music in three spacious dance halls: the Sokol Activity Center, the Knights of Columbus Hall and the KJT Hall in Ennis.
Beginning Wednesday, May 15, the Dogwood Trail bridge over Red Chute bayou at the entrance of Dogwood Subdivision will be closed. The existing bridge will be removed and a new bridge constructed during the closure..