According to public information officer Mark Natale, that violates a provision of RS 32:318, which states, “All persons other than law enforcement officers on official duty are prohibited from equipping, operating or using motor vehicles with blue-colored.
The busiest time of the year for used automobile dealers is expected to hit the middle of this month and will continue through March as the Internal Revenue Services begins to issue out refunds to millions of Americans.
A 2007 Toyota Corolla traveling southbound on Highway 1 rear-ended a 1997 Ford F-250 truck loaded with deer corn Thursday morning. The Toyota’s driver received several citations, and the southbound portion of the highway was closed for a couple of hours until the corn could be cleaned up.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Robert W. Gillespie Jr. prosecuted the case as part of Project Safe Neighborhoods, a nationwide program started in 2001 designed to reduce violence by aggressively enforcing existing federal firearms laws..
A Shreveport officer responded to a shots-fired call. Upon arriving in the 8300 block of Wyngate Boulevard, the officer saw a suspect whose clothing matched those of the person who fired the shots walking in his direction..
Members of the Bossier City Police Department SWAT team along with the U.S. Marshal’s Violent Offenders Task Force arrested Brandon Steven Jackson, 24, of Natchitoches on warrants charging him with attempted second-degree murder and felon in possession of a firearm.
crimes detectives immediately launched an investigation. Information gathered during the preliminary stage of the inquiry determined that the men were removing the parts from the business via a breach in a 7-foot fence surrounding the business..
A joint investigation involving law enforcement on both sides of the Red River has led to the arrest last week of two people for allegedly passing thousands of dollars in stolen and counterfeit checks at local businesses and could include the involvement of out-of-state law enforcement agencies as well.