Michael Dewayne Davis, 34, of Bossier City faces a charge of second-degree cruelty to a juvenile following an incident in which he slapped a 3-year-old girl in the face. The child sustained a fracture to the bone under one of her eyes. She was taken to University Health by Bossier City Fire Department personnel.
The Bossier Sheriff-Police Financial Crimes Task Force and Bossier Crime Stoppers are asking the public for help with identifying five people wanted for passing multiple counterfeit bills at several local businesses last month..
The break-ins happened at the following locations and dates: Public Storage in the 1000 block of Gould Drive during the weekends of May 29-31 and June 5-7; Barksdale Self-Storage in the 2200 block of Barksdale Boulevard during the weekend of June...
Back on May 29, the victim left a business in the 4900 block of Greenwood Road with three other men. Afterward, they stopped on Buncombe Road, where the victim was hit on the head, leaving him unconscious. When he regained consciousness, he found his cell phone and wallet to be missing.
In the late afternoon of April 13, 2011, Officer J.M. Bassett of the Shreveport Police Department was patrolling E. 72nd Street in Shreveport, La. He heard some loud music and determined that it was coming from a motorcycle parked at 251 E. 72nd. A large man, Jessie Scott, was dancing in the yard and working on his truck.
Steven Aldrete of PETA said, “PETA is visiting the top chickenproducing states with our virtual reality experience, ‘I, Chicken,’ which helps people develop empathy for chickens so people can see chickens as individuals with interests, wants and needs instead of as products.
According to the March 5 guilty plea, Eiland started receiving Social Security Administration payments on her mother’s behalf in 1999. Eiland’s mother died in March of 2002, and Eiland failed to notify the Social Security Administration..
Herring is a detective with the Caddo Sheriff’s Financial Crimes Task Force. He recently concluded a two-year, multi-milliondollar identity theft case in which more than 1,200 people throughout the southeastern United States were victimized..
At the “Last Annual River and Blues” benefit event on June 19 for Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center, Capital One Bank’s North Louisiana Market President Rick Larsen announced a $10,000 flood-relief donation to the center from Capital One.