Donald Trump sure has things stirred up right now down here in the Bayou State. International television attention was supposed to highlight Baton Rouge and the whole state of Louisiana. But coverage of the Miss USA Pageant has turned more on “The Donald” and his incinerating remarks about illegal immigrants, as his revs up his presidential bid.
'Tis the season, I suppose. With its massive property tax — and more? — election coming next spring, our Caddo Parish School Board and sizable central office staff are now rolling out another "strategic plan." The current draft of this latest one is a 37-pager.
In this week’s Meth in the News I am going to report on what — surprisingly to me, anyway — appears to be a rather common crime. It’s probably a crime as old as time itself, but the involvement of methamphetamine in the commission of this crime is relatively new.
Upon contact with the driver, identified as 30-year-old Krystle Lynn Herring of 6232 Williams Road in Keithville, signs of intoxication were allegedly observed. Herring had red, glossy eyes, slurred speech and unsteady stance..
Upon contact, the suspect, 20-year-old Ladonna Reshell Johnson of 2825 DeSoto St., admitted post- Miranda to grabbing her live-in boyfriend by the waist to prevent him from leaving their residence. Johnson then pushed the victim because he pushed her in the face while attempting to get her off him.