Back on July 8, agents arrested 32-yearold Kenneth Brewer and 49-year-old Pete Talton, both of Minden, and 40-year-old Joey Burton of Arcadia for possession of suspected marijuana, methamphetamine and assorted drug paraphernalia. Brewer was also cited for possession of Suboxone.
He faces a possible sentence of at least two years, and up to 25 years in prison at hard labor, with at least two years to be served without benefit of parole, probation or suspension of sentence. He must also register as a sex offender..
“Vehicle windows that are darker than the law allows mask and hide criminal conduct that occurs inside the vehicle, and that’s extremely dangerous for a deputy or an officer who is approaching that vehicle in a traffic stop,” Prator said. “It also poses a safety risk for the driver whose vision is impaired because their window is too dark.
On June 12, just before 1:30 p.m., Shreveport police patrol officers responded to reports of an armed robbery of two individuals in the 1900 block of Murray Street in Shreveport. The two victims claimed two unknown suspects armed with handguns robbed them of an undisclosed amount of money and property.
On May 15, Coleman sent an e-mail to the owner apologizing for stealing from the company. (“I was trapped in my addiction at the time. I still consider myself just a manipulative thief who deserves to be in jail.”) Coleman also spoke with the victim about a payment plan to repay what was taken, but he never paid this.
In the front right passenger seat, 29-year-old Heather Nicole Triplet of Minden, La., was allegedly seen with a cell phone charging cord wrapped around her right arm preparing to inject a clear substance in a syringe that was later identified as Opana, a schedule II pain pill.
Pitman had prior convictions for simple battery in 1995, disturbing the peace in 1999, possession of a firearm by a prohibited person in 2012, domestic abuse battery in 2012 and 2013, and resisting an officer and misdemeanor theft, both in 2013..
Parish Engineer Butch Ford told police jury members more money has been added to funds to help with flood damaged homes, thanks to the state of Louisiana. Governor John Bel Edwards announced the extra Bossier Parish dollars during a Tuesday press conference in Shreveport.