marijuana, taking contraband to a penal institute, driver’s license required and possession of schedule IV drugs. During an accident investigation, the suspect allegedly showed signs of intoxication while driving. The suspect did not have a driver’s license and was found to be in possession of suspected marijuana.
5/28/72, of 3145 Edson, Shreveport, was arrested by Louisiana Proba- Parole Officer T. Stratton on a charge of parole violation and illegal possession of stolen things. Probation/Parole officers made contact with the suspect in reference to several warrants is sued by the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office.
12/8/93, of 4303 Burdine St., Bossier City, La., was arrested by Bossier Sheriff Deputy Johnson for possession of CDS while in drug free zone and simple possession of marijuana. During a pat down the suspect was found in possession of suspected marijuana in his left pants pocket.
Yes, good afternoon. This is reference to the new driver’s license that are coming out in the state of Louisiana. I’d like for Danny to do an editorial and any other general manager of the news stations to be vocal when it comes to putting our actual culture and nationality on your driver’s license.
Louisiana property owners scored a victory when the U.S. Senate passed the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act last week. The Louisiana Municipal Association wishes to thank our congressional delegation and in particular Sens. Landrieu, Vitter and Cassidy for their leadership on this issue.
Jason Graham is another auction veteran and recently bought a Ford pickup. “They’ve usually got the best prices, I’ve found around here. They’ve usually got pretty good vehicles. And then I like the people there,” he said..
“We are always looking for ways to better protect Louisiana citizens from fraud and identity theft,” said Col. Mike Edmonson, Department of Public Safety secretary. “Enhancing the security features of a Louisiana driver’s license and identification card reduces the possibility of criminals being able to coun terfeit.
The Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force is composed of white collar crime investigators with the Bossier City Police Department and the Bossier Sheriff’s Office. Resources from both agencies are combined to combat such crimes as identity theft, fraud and embezzlement within the city and parish.