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January 09 11:59 AM
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.
January 09 11:59 AM
The bossier High School ROTC and Victoria Rawls, the mother of the late La’Keia Rawls, presented a check for $345 to the Salvation Army for use at Carla’s Haven, a women and children’s shelter that often serves as a first stop for those struggling to escape violence in the household.
January 09 11:59 AM
The marching band, under the direction of Evan McCormick, entertained hundreds of Magic Kingdom Park guests as they marched through Frontierland and around Cinderella Castle onto Main Street, USA before the “Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmastime” Parade.
December 27 06:40 AM
Honored were: 2014 Support Division Employee of the Year – Sgt. Tina Fruge’ 2014 Criminal Division Employee of the Year – Sgt. Terry Temple 2014 Corrections Division Employee of the Year – Dep. Eileen Tinker 2014 Reserve Deputy with Most Hours Worked – Dep.
December 27 06:40 AM
Dwight Thomas, B/M, DOB: 9/1/76, of 2316 Holly St., Shreveport, La., was arrested by Louisiana State Trooper Hughes for possession with intent to distribute Ecstasy, manufacture with intent to distribute schedule II CDS, possession of marijuanasecond offense, intro of contraband into penal institution, DWI and DUS.
December 19 10:05 AM
The food drive is part of Operation Blessing, the Bossier Sheriff’s Office-sponsored program designed to help feed the needy in the parish. Operation Blessing is an ongoing, year-round endeavor, but it takes on a special meaning around the Christmas holiday.
December 12 10:14 AM
She was also wearing a large Buffalo Nickel belt buckle and white “Evonne Goolagong” brand deck shoes. The name “D. Davies” was written in a marker on the inside of the shoes she was wearing. On the outside of the shoes were the names “Dena & Michael Brisco” written in ink.
December 12 10:14 AM
The goal of the checkpoint is to identify and remove impaired drivers from the road before they cause injury or death to themselves or others, as well as increase public awareness to the seriousness of driving while impaired. Bossier City Police Department and Louisiana State Police will assist.

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