The suspect was stopped on a traffic stop for a vehicle violation. Upon contact, the officer allegedly saw a loaded magazine in the suspect’s lap. Also, two guns were found in the vehicle. During an investigation, the guns were found to be stolen, and the suspect is a convicted felon.
During his arrest, Pinesett was found to be in possession of approximately three grams of a green, leafy substance suspected to be marijuana and one dosage unit of a blue pill suspected to be MDMA. Both field tested positive for the presumptive presence of THC and MDMA.
Post-Miranda, Coleman admitted to the charges and to possessing the victim’s debit card. He did not have a reasonable explanation as to why he spent this much money other than the victim wanted to help him. He said he may have been wrong with some of it and accidentally made more charges than she knew about.
Last Wednesday, March 8, 46-yar-old Tyrone Chambers of Shreveport allegedly entered the victim’s home at 626 Damaka and took two flat-screen TVs and a DVD player, which Cham bers said belonged to him, and pawned the items..
The Shreveport police officer heard plastic rattling, and Taylor stuck a cigar pack inside his shorts pocket. While conducting a pat down for safety, the officer felt a pocket knife and cigar pack. Taylor said that was a candy pack before the officer pulled it out of his pocket.