Sheriff Whittington and Bossier City Police Chief Shane McWilliams joined forces in October 2012 to develop the Bossier Combined Narcotics Task Force to combat illegal drug activity throughout Bossier Parish..
The new signs are just a few of his visual creations that can be seen around the Bossier City- Shreveport area. His artwork also adorns Airline High School, Apollo Elementary School, Green Oaks High School, the Marshal Building in downtown Shreveport and the Bossier Arts Council building, as well as numerous other businesses.
EmilyJo Manchester, a student at St. Bonaventure University in New York, was recently named one of 10 female finalists vying for the title of 2014 Cutest Vegan Alive in the ninth annual contest sponsored by peta2, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ (PETA) youth division.
Sgt. Wells has been a member of the Bossier City Police Department since 2002 and takes on a new assignment with the Patrol Division after spending the past several years as a motorcycle officer with the Traffic Division..
Pulliam’s son, Chris, is a member of BSO CERT. He and six others on the team recently competed in their first Mock Prison Riot training and competition in West Virginia, where they placed tenth overall in a competition that had 1,100 participants with teams from 32 states and 13 countries.
The 38-member horse riding club recently completed a successful trail ride and wanted to give back to the community by donating funds to Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington and the sheriff’s office as well as seven area churches..
Police Chief Charles L. Pilkinton said citizens can bring their unwanted, unused or expired medications to the Sonic Drive-in on Burt Boulevard in Benton for proper disposal. People who bring drugs in for disposal will be given a receipt documenting their participation in the program.
The rummage sale will be held Friday, June 20, from 5 p.m. to dusk and on Saturday, June 21, from 7 a.m. to dusk in the vacant lot on the northwest corner of Beckett Street and City Hall Drive, the site of the old Bolinger Building, across from the Bossier City Municipal Complex.
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. The Bossier City Police Department and Louisiana State Police will also assist.