Agents made undercover purchases of illegal narcotics in varying amounts from the suspects in response to complaints of illegal drug sales in those areas. Agents are holding numerous other distribution warrants from this operation as investigations continue.
Calvin Wayne Church, 36, of 4615 Bullen St., was arrested after loss prevention personnel at Wal-Mart called police after they observed him open a box of condoms, place three of them in his pocket and attempted to leave the store. He reportedly had been previously banned from all Wal-.
The following day, upon his release from the Shreveport City Jail, Williams was also charged in Bossier City after information uncovered in a joint investigation with Bossier City police revealed that Williams may have committed some of the acts at his home in the 3500 block of Ponderosa Street in Bossier City.
Gen. Richard Taylor Camp #1308, Sons of Confederate Veterans meets monthly at 7 p.m. at El Chico, 4015 Fern Ave. Programs about Southern history and heritage are presented. The public is invited. For more information, e- mail the Sons of Confederate Veterans at rebelyell1864 @gmail.
“This is the first international exhibit that the Norsworthy Gallery has housed. We are very excited to present ‘Mystery in Stone’ to Shreveport-Bossier and feel that the artwork will leave the community in awe,” said Christine Bailey, owner of the Norsworthy Art Gallery.
Harold Glen McWilliams was arrested back in July of 2011 after a crash on June 25, 2011, in the 800 block of West McKinley Avenue in Haughton. Police said the truck McWilliams, 46, was driving was going too fast around a corner when he lost control of the vehicle, causing it to roll over.
Christopher Eugene Hammett, 37, of the 2600 block of Douglas Drive, was taken into custody after a family friend contacted the school resource officer at Airline High School regarding Hammett’s possible molestation of two of his family members. The school resource officer then made a report and referred the case to a Bossier sheriff’s investigator.
The Inquisitor reported on the trial back in October. Horseshoe Casino employees Karen Haydel and Brenda Bison testified that Davis had obtained credit at the Horseshoe in the amount of $250,000 and was issued a $150,000 marker and a $100,000 marker and that Davis had only paid back $4,500 on the balance.
The parents of the two children taken from a home in Benton, this past January while in foster care appeared in Bossier District Court this week.James Kevin Fraiser, 43 and Mary Evalyn Graham, 29, were arrested January 10, after being located in Gibsland with the two children. They were both charged with simple kidnapping.