Just after 1 p.m., Shreveport police patrol officers were called to the railroad crossing in the 8800 block of Mansfield Road relative to a crash involving a Union Pacific freight train and a black, four door sedan.
“That’s just standard for reassessment,” Currence said. “Basically, all it is, is because we are not introducing a new millage, the legislature provides for us to go back to what we were the previous year without going through a big voter election approval.
Last Friday, June 24, Caddo Parish District Attorney James E. Stewart Sr. presented the Caddo Parish Sheriff's office and the Shreveport Police Department with checks totaling $126,313.67, the agencies' share of drug conviction asset forfeitures this year.
Last Thursday, June 23, 30-year-old Carlos Tramell Russell of Shreveport, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Elizabeth E. Foote to one count of possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon and one count of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug-trafficking offense.
Leslie B. Fox, formerly known as Leslie Rosbottom, hired the local prestigious law firm Wiener, Weiss & Madison, who partnered with the law offices of Kantrow, Spaht, Weaver & Blitzer to deal with bankruptcy filings filed by her husband, Harold, both personally and under their business, Caddo- Bossier Gaming Company, LLC.
Philyaw was wanted by the Bossier Sheriff’s Office for stealing almost $80,000 worth of equipment from a burglary spree back in March. The burglarized building was broken into on two occasions, the first between March 5 and 10 and the second on March 11.
With so many motorists planning to be on the road for the Fourth of July weekend, the Bossier Sheriff’s Office will participate in a statewide “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign this weekend to identify and remove impaired drivers from the roadways.
A local man is behind bars after he was found to be in possession of narcotics in a vehicle. Last Friday, June 24, a Shreveport police officer responded to the intersection of Monkhouse Drive and I-20 in reference to an assault and battery..
She faces a $35,000 bond. Rivers’ fake accusation caused an investigation that became quite invasive for the infant child through unnecessary medical testing, involved numerous man hours for law enforcement officers, as well as the temporary removal of the father from the home, all done unnecessarily from her bogus claim.
Deputies were called to the 8300 block of Old Mooringsport Road at 11:30 a.m. Lindsey Leigh Logan, 30, of Mooringsport was driving a Toyota Highlander northbound when she left the road and hit a tree..