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August 08 12:00 AM
Our investigation, which was assisted by retired FBI agent Ray Spoon, eventually led The Inquisitor to an unprecedented prison telephone interview with Larry Thompson, who revealed shocking details of his connection to area law enforcement...
Reader Opinion
July 25 12:00 AM
Yeah, I'm just calling about probation and parole, the actual office on Youree Drive. My fiancé has been on probation for two years. He got out, got a job, got a brand new vehicle, got a house. We had two children which he is providing for.
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July 25 12:00 AM
A grand jury delivered a 24- count indictment Wednesday against Quincy D. Hoover, 39, and Quwanda L. Forest, 35, both of Natchez, La.; Jesse C. Thomas, 30, of Haynesville, La.; Rodney J. Raymond of Natchitoches, La., Shannon D. Jenkins, 34, and Carlos C. Jenkins, 36, both of Ruston, La.
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July 25 12:00 AM
In 2005, Lawrence was charged with a fourth offense drunk-driving charge after she was involved in a major vehicle crash that involved people being injured. Due to a glitch in the state law’s language at the time, the entirety of her jail time was suspended, and her probation was terminated early because she became an alcohol rehab counselor.
Caddo News
July 25 12:00 AM
Smith has been seen having breakfast and meeting with Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator in recent weeks, and Prator has confirmed that they have had conversations about Smith possibly challenging current Caddo District Attorney Charles Scott, who has served as district attorney for the past siz years.
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June 27 12:00 AM
At about 4:30 p.m., the Blanchard Police Department received a call concerning a fight located at the intersection of North Front Street at West Lydia. The caller stated that three black males and two white males were at the intersection and that they could hear cussing and yelling.
Reader Opinion
June 13 12:00 AM
Shreveport headquarters is still full of bats, and they cannot conduct legal and lawful business inside of that building. In the past Shreveport city police has gotten itself in trouble time and time again over several things, and a lot more of the local law enforcement should have been in prison for stuff they do.

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