He started his service on the Commission in 2016 as a progressive representative. Having been elected in a contested election as Commission vice president, he voted with his supporters (the six white commissioners) on stopping the retirement plan for commissioners as well as subsidized health insurance.
There has been a lot of bad news out of LSU, Louisiana’s flagship university in recent weeks. Not just on the football field, where the Tigers have completed a mediocre season, even though they have the highest salaried group of coaches in the nation.
Per Texas Department of Criminal Justice records, Bryant had prior convictions for robbery with serious bodily injury and second-degree sexual assault, both in 1994. Bryant was released from the custody of the Texas Department of Corrections on Feb. 27, 2014, and committed the Caddo Parish offenses six months later.
A story we published last week raised questions as to how an attractive criminal defendant manages to stay out of prison despite the numerous arrests she has had and the numerous times that a Bossier Parish judge has allowed her to remain on probation time and time again.
The total amount involved was $4,582. Angle was arrested after being interviewed last week by detectives. She was booked into the Bossier City Jail on charges of seven counts each of theft and monetary instrument abuse, two counts of forgery and one count of exploitation of the infirm.
Upon gaining consent to search, a .22 caliber handgun was found by the passenger seat next to the door where 38- year-old Daniel Christopher Leloup of 9344 Hudgens St. was sitting. Approximately three grams of marijuana were found at the feet of Leloup, who is a convicted felon out of Bossier.
The suspect, 38- year-old Christy Bradley of 5902 Canal Blvd., admitted post-Miranda that she threw the complainant’s four T-shirts, two pairs of shoes and two pairs of blue jeans over the bridge down onto the train yard..
Post-Miranda, Berry allegedly admitted that he created the Facebook page and had operated it under the alias of Keith Black for approximately two years. He said he was convicted of molestation of a juvenile in 1995 and is required to register as a sex offender until 2024.
While the officer removed an object believed to possibly be a weapon, a clear plastic bag with a green, leafy substance suspected to be marijuana fell out of Bagley’s right pants pocket. The substance weighed 1.7 grams and tested positive for marijuana.