Detectives with the Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force have worked several cases in the past month in which a person with a foreign accent contacts residents by phone claiming they have won the Publisher’s Clearinghouse lottery or a car.
There were 851 crimes in the parish last year, which comprises 411 person crimes and 440 property crimes. In 2013, there were 898 total crimes. Person crimes are homicide, rape, robbery, battery and assault, while property crimes are burglaries, thefts and arson.
Trammel has coached boys’ cross country for 39 years and has guided his team to 17 combined boys’ and girls’ cross country championships. He was nominated for this honor by the Louisiana High School Athletic Association, which is a member of the NFHS..
Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington hosted three young hunters with disabilities from the Dream Hunt Foundation last weekend in north Bossier Parish. Dream Hunt Foundation is a Louisiana-based nonprofit organization that gives children with special needs or who are underprivileged the chance to go on a guided hunt.
Five new faces have joined the board, and seven previous members returned for another term. They are: Billie Jo Brotherton, District 1; Brad Bockhaus, District 2; Frank Kelly, District 3; William “Bill” Lott, District 4; Michael Mosura, District 5; Glenwood “Glen” Bullard, District 6; J.
District Attorney Schuyler Marvin presented Police Chief Shane McWilliams with a check representing assets seized from suspects in 11 narcotics investigations from June through November of 2014. Those assets included items such as cash, vehicles and other property.
Both suspects were caught on video taken by a security camera inside the store. Each had their faces covered. Detectives with the BCPD Property Crimes Unit believe the suspects may be linked to other recent burglaries that were committed in the same fashion, including one that happened last month at Topps West ern.
The 32-page Annual Report covers July 1, 2013, through June 30, 2014, and features sections about criminal operations, corrections, staff services, support services and “News about Your Sheriff’s Office.” It features crime stats to the budget, from CSI to K-9, SROs to the Posse and everything else about the sheriff’s office.