B/M, DOB: 8/18/82, of 3325 E. Texas St., Apt. 327, Bossier City, was arrested by Officer Kelly D. Jones on a charge of theft of goods and resisting an officer. During a suspicious activity call, the suspect was found to have two potted plants — a fern and a rose plant — that did not belong to him.
1/18/91, of 3331 Milton Street, Shreveport, La., was arrested by Shreveport Police Officer Gerbine for possession of marijuana. The suspect was arrested when agents conducted a traffic stop. Upon contact, the suspect was found to be in possession of marijuana.
6/6/62, of 520 1/2 Wyche St., Bossier City, La., was arrested by Bossier City Police Officer Huctchings for possession of marijuana second offense and possession of drug paraphernalia. The suspect was found to be in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Yeah, this is Tim Cannon again up in Plain Dealing. Well, I was expecting the kind of response from my comment that I got, especially the simpleminded cowards that wouldn’t identify themselves. To set the record straight, the mayor and the town clerk have nothing to do with any of this except to be witnesses as to what happened.
The good news for our parents is that modern medicine has substantially extended their life expectancies. And that is also the bad news; many are living much longer than their bodies can maintain basic body functions.
We have a history of achieving great things by providing open access to data. For example, the release of weather data has fueled production of new tools that return more than $4 billion every year to the U.S. economy. The release of Global Positioning System technology has led to an industry that returns an estimated.
and continue to provide our students with the opportunity to receive a quality education, we must have your support. The bulk of the funds from these millages are dedicated to salaries and benefits, which compose 85 percent of our general fund budget..
think about the world we inhabit, a little follicle-snatching makes pretty good sense. Between the economy (which may do any of a hundred things and all of them bad), the rocket-rapid rise of violent crime, the burnt toast at breakfast and the...