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September 23 12:00 AM
Stephens appeared before Judge Dorroh and was sentenced to two years at hard labor, along with court cost. The sentence was suspended, however, and Stephens was placed on two years’ supervised probation. He was also ordered not to have any contact with his victim, whom he attempted to poison with stolen chemicals he obtained from his job.
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September 16 12:00 AM
Stevens says he broke out the window to try to get to the victims to render aid. He said they were able to get the female out of the truck and attempted to administer CPR. He said the driver of the vehicle, later identified as Cody Clark, 31, of Vivian was alive and mumbling; however, he was trapped inside the vehicle.
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September 09 12:00 AM
Jacobs says Franklin wanted "a hug" from Jacobs while he was on duty at the casino. He said he felt uncomfortable giving hugs, so he politely just barely put his arms around him as a gesture of hospitality. He said that's when Franklin became upset at him and then allegedly used the "the N word" at two of his African-American security guards.
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September 02 12:00 AM
On Tuesday, a demonstration of a new portable water barrier to help contain flood waters was held at a bridge across Red Chute Bayou leading into Dogwood subdivision in Bossier City. Members of the Bossier Parish Police Jury and other parish officials looking for new methods of flood protection were on hand for the demonstration.
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July 01 12:00 AM
Leslie B. Fox, formerly known as Leslie Rosbottom, hired the local prestigious law firm Wiener, Weiss & Madison, who partnered with the law offices of Kantrow, Spaht, Weaver & Blitzer to deal with bankruptcy filings filed by her husband, Harold, both personally and under their business, Caddo- Bossier Gaming Company, LLC.
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May 06 12:00 AM
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.
January 29 12:00 AM
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.

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