Michael and Theresa Laws have contracted with Lawler Auction Company to auction off both a large majority of their moveable assets as well as their home and land, which is slated to be sold at auction on Saturday, June 7th at 10:00 a.m. at their residence near Benton, Louisiana.
After a Bossier Parish District Court judge ruled against local district attorney Schuyler Marvin and granted a motion to suppress evidence in a DWI case, Marvin’s team of prosecutors appealed the decision to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, where prosecutors lost again.
In last week’s edition, we reported the fact that Glay Collier and Jacqueline Broad got a sweetheart of a deal from Bossier-Webster Parish District Attorney Schuyler Marvin after they were both arrested for a second time on domestic abuse battery charges in Bossier Parish. The police reports obtained this week paint an entirely different picture of what the prosecutor was facing when he allowed Collier and Broad to plead down to a lesser charge of disturbing the peace. In fact, I am certainly no lawyer, but I would have hated to have been the one to have to try either of these cases.
James Ward Davis, a Shreveport attorney, appeared in court Tuesday morning with his courtappointed attorney, Lee Harville, thinking he had worked out a good deal with federal prosecutors that would result in Davis only spending up to six months in jail for stealing his client’s money.
A local repeat drug dealer will spend the rest of her life behind bars thanks to the Caddo Parish District Attorney’s Office, Caddo District Judge Craig Marcotte, the Shreveport Police Department, the Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office and the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
According to the indictment filed Thursday, the government is seeking forfeiture of all of Davis’s property, including real estate and personal property involved or traceable to the property involved in the offense.
The Town of Blanchard is a great place for businesses and for people — as long as you are not a thief. And that’s exactly the message that the Blanchard Police Department would like to send out, according to Presswood. If you go to Blanchard and steal from area businesses or residents, you’ve got a good chance of going to jail or prison.
The commercial property is located at 2121 Fairfield Ave. in the heart of Shreveport, according to Hodge, and appraisal records submitted by the secured creditors reveal that the property contains about 13,998 square feet of useable heated space. The actual land consists of about 54,142 square feet of property.