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April 01 12:00 AM
“I never have had a lot of trouble with my weight,” he said. “My whole life I’ve been pretty athletic, but this is the only time that I really had trouble. Also, I wasn’t taking my medicine right, and I wasn’t doing a lot of things while taking care of her.
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April 01 12:00 AM
James Taylor III, 18, of the 200 block of East Davis Street, was taken into custody early Thursday morning at a south Shreveport apartment complex by detectives and patrol deputies with the Caddo Sheriff’s Office. He has been booked into the Caddo Correctional Center on a charge of second-degree murder.
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April 01 12:00 AM
Post-Miranda, Bell said Davis transported her to various cities and states, including Texas and Louisiana to commit prostitution. She said that he forced her to provide pros titution services to various men in exchange for money, and in turn he made her give 100 percent of the profits she would make.
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April 01 12:00 AM
The intended victim receives a phone call from someone purporting to be from the internal Revenue Service or the Department of Homeland Security. The person tells the individual that they owe taxes, and to avoid going to jail, they must make a payment to clear up the issue.
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April 01 12:00 AM
The crash occurred around 9:45 a.m. in the southbound lane of the interstate near the Caddo -DeSoto parish line. A Caddo sheriff's auxiliary deputy was redirecting traffic from another accident when a Ford Fusion crashed into the back of his car, which had its emergency lights activated at the time.
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April 01 12:00 AM
Cordova had been removed from the United States to Mexico on at least three previous occasions in 2008, 2009 and 2014. The removal on June 24, 2014, occurred after Cordova was convicted of felony possession of schedule II controlled substances (cocaine), which resulted in a sentencing enhancement of a convicted felon.
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April 01 12:00 AM
“As a father, husband of a schoolteacher and governor of Louisiana, I am committed to improving education for all children in Louisiana. Your editorial, “Back to Bad Schools in the Bayou,” (March 19) gets it wrong. I reject the notion that supporting our dedicated classroom teachers is at odds with improving the education our children receive.

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