The proceeds are the result of a forfeiture of more than $181,000 arising from a drug-related traffic stop conducted in early November by the Louisiana State Police and the federal Drug Enforcement Administration..
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Several witnesses on scene said that the suspect initiated the altercation for no apparent reason other than being intoxicated. During the altercation, the victim said that the suspect brandished a black pocket knife with which he threatened the victim.
Upon arrival, the officer met with the manager of the swimming pool who stated the suspect stole the money box. Sgt. V. Davis initiated a traffic stop on S. Pine at W. Mary and issued a citation to Wendy Brian, W/F, DOB: 1/10/86 for no drivers license on person.
The officers were dispatched to the 700 block of Horseshoe Boulevard in reference to an intoxicated person. The suspect caused a scene and had a strong odor of alcohol detected from his breath and person, along with poor balance, slurred speech and red blood-shot eyes.
During her year as president, Davis along with her LDOA Board of Directors will represent the Louisiana D.A.R.E. program, oversee and plan all activities and training for the 26th annual LDOA Training Conference, and oversee other projects involving the association.
At SPD, Stevens worked as a patrol officer, investigator and supervisor of Investigations, including the Homicide Division. He was the Special Response Team commander and primary sniper for the unit. He retired from SPD as supervisor of the Narcotics Unit and SRT.