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August 21 12:00 AM
The campaign is coordinated statewide by the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission, which has provided grant funding for the scheduled operations. The SPD allocates funds received from the grant to pay officers overtime to conduct saturation patrols, checkpoints and other enforcement efforts focused on drunk driving.
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August 21 12:00 AM
Katherine Broussard, 46, of the 3000 block of Woodford in Shreveport, turned herself in Tuesday at the Vermillion Parish Jail. She had been wanted in Bossier Parish on identity theft charges for using another person’s debit card 14 separate times without his knowledge or consent, racking up $516 in charges.
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August 21 12:00 AM
Gilliam is accused of shooting and killing 33- year-old Sherman Bryant outside a Stoner Avenue apartment complex shortly before 2 a.m. last Friday. Investigators believe a verbal dispute between the two men led to the tragic event, ending with Bryant being shot multiple times.
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August 21 12:00 AM
Grant is wanted for possession of schedule I CDS (marijuana) second or subsequent offense, production, distribution or possession with intent to distribute a schedule IV CDS, and possession of a schedule III CDS. Grant is described as a male, black, 5’11” tall and weighing 220 pounds.
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August 21 12:00 AM
While serving arrest warrants following indictments, deputies uncovered a meth lab in the 400 block of Lake Road in Stonewall, La. All three subjects at the residence were arrested and charged with creation or operation of a clandestine laboratory..
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August 21 12:00 AM
On Saturday, the Louisiana State Police Gaming Enforcement Division was contacted by a Lake Charles area casino in reference to a patron attempting to buy into a table game using counterfeit money. An investigation revealed 27-year-old William Jabour of Houston, Texas, had already used counterfeit money to play roulette and craps.
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August 21 12:00 AM
Thursday afternoon, during the scheduled Planned Parenthood protest outside the Governor’s Mansion in Baton Rouge, Gov. Bobby Jindal’s office set up a movie screen and speakers and played on loop the videos of Planned Parenthood employees talking about the harvesting of unborn babies to sell on the open market.

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