Those arrested were Stanford Wayne Huges, 35, of 10550 Cook Road, Bethany, La., charged with possession of schedule II drugs (meth) with intent to distribute and on a Caddo Parish probation warrant; Tia Renee Madden, 42, of 10550 Cook Road in Bethany, La.
Public information officer Mark Natale said, “We still have our detectives working on the case. They’re still talking to a number of individuals who have known these two victims, (and) we are still pro cessing the crime scene.”.
Upon further investigation, detectives determined that Reddix and several other men were involved in some sort of dispute that ultimately led to gunfire. Based on information and evidence gathered at the scene, police identified and apprehended two other suspects, identified as 27-year-old Calvin Leon Jackson of Panama City, Fla.
“Picking up fawns seriously diminishes their chances to live a normal and healthy life,” said Scott Durham, LDWF Deer Program manager. “When a fawn is born, it is weak, awkward and unable to move quickly enough to escape predators. Its primary survival mechanism is to remain still and hidden.
“High blood pressure is often called the ‘silent killer’ because it usually has no symptoms until it causes damage to the body,” says Douglas Throckmorton, M.D., deputy director of FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research. Many studies have shown that lowering the blood pressure with drugs decreases that damage.
The suspects fled when a Garlandous Demontrey Cathron, of the 7300 block of Fairfield Avenue; woman inside the house 22-year-old Katryle Jaterri- screamed. ous Bryant, of the 3900 block of Caddo Sheriff’s Sgt. Greg Ardoin spotted the suspects’ Mercury Marquis and conducted a traffic stop on Colquitt Road at Freedoms Way.
While going through a full-body scanner in Booking, an unidentified object was detected on the scan. After a second body scan and a search of his person, Alvey admitted to having a cell phone in his rectum. He was sent to University Health Center, where he later removed the phone himself.