She did not want him to ride in her vehicle anymore. The suspect was advised of this and walked away, but was acting intoxicated. Officers allowed him to walk away, but he went across the street only to walk back. He was warned that if he did not leave, he would be arrested.
The officers were dispatched in reference to a disturbance. The suspect had a strong odor of alcohol detected on his breath and person, along with red bloodshot eyes and poor balance. While at the jail the suspect refused to give information needed to complete arrest report.
2/17/90, of 4101 Twin Oaks Circle, Shreveport, was arrested by Task Force Officer Walker on a charge of possession of a firearm/ concealed weapon by a felon. Agents responded to a shots fired in progress and made contact with the suspect, who was allegedly found to be in possession of an SK5 rifle with a fully loaded magazine.
2/28/71, of 190 Wendy Lane, Haughton, La., was arrested by Bossier Sheriff Deputy Hesson on warrants for possession of schedule II CDS, cruelty to juvenile, use of CDS while in the presence of minor, simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
It’s the kickoff for hurricane season, and forecasters are predicting 14 named storms with anywhere from four to eight storms growing into major hurricanes. Here on the Gulf Coast, we certainly perk up when this time of year rolls around. For years, a good story in south Louisiana went like this:.
“Each and every student deserves equitable access to a quality public education that prepares them for college, career and citizenship. The council created through my executive order is tasked with studying the Every Student Succeeds Act so that we implement.