After Ward 8 Constable Eric Hatfield began commissioning deputy constables like they were going out of style, Sheriff Prator had the Louisiana Legislature to put the brakes on Hatfield by passing a law that limited the number of deputy constables to merely one per ward in Caddo Parish.
In last week’s Hotline Section, a reader contacts us and asks some very interesting questions about a proposed property tax renewal for the Caddo-Bossier Port Commission. Unfortunately. it was after press deadline that we received a response from Caddo-Bossier Port Commission Director Eric England, who responded to our reader’s questions.
A neighbor told police that she witnessed two people leaving the residence after hearing the sound of a gunshot. That’s basically all detectives have to go on at this time, but they are leaving no stone unturned, according to Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Capt.
Stewart says he has appointed Asst. District Attorneys Bill Edwards and Ford McWilliams to prosecute Montgomery in a case that has been slowly dragged through the legal system since May 15, 2014, when Caddo District Attorney Charles Scott had Montgomery indicted on the murder charge.
Testimony was presented Monday and Tuesday to Lafitte at a hearing to determine if an injunction should be levied against Hatfield, local Labor & Trades communications director Bob Brown, and Hatfield’s girlfriend, Amy Senn, who has been sued by local blogger and video expert Marion Marks for defamation of character.
Senn was working for Dede McClamroch, the owner of the Longevity Center on Line Avenue in Shreveport when Senn began calling McClamroch telling her “all kinds of stories about her father being sick,” according to reports, and McClamroch believed everything that she was telling her.
At a public forum held last week, Caddo Parish Ward 8 Constable Eric Hatfield defended a heckler in the crowd that was questioning and chastising Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator and the three agencies that were forced to shoot and kill an armed urban...