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March 10 12:00 AM

Attorney General Urges Local First Responders to Carry Naloxone, Which Can Save Lives by Reversing Overdoses

 Calling the rise in overdose deaths from heroin and other prescription pain-killers an “urgent public health crisis,” Attorney General Eric Holder vowed Monday that the Justice Department wo
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March 07 12:00 AM
Lt. Michael Gray of the Caddo Sheriff’s Traffic Safety Unit, said investigators believe Lilley was driving the 2004 Chevy pickup eastbound when it went off the right side of the road in a curve around 6 a.m..
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March 07 12:00 AM
Just after 4 p.m., Shreveport police were called to the 7000 block of Youree Drive in reference to reports that a 61-year-old woman was maced in the eyes and had her purse stolen by two women who fled the scene of the crime in a silver vehicle with temporary plates.
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March 07 12:00 AM
A federal grand jury in Shreveport indicted 54-year-old Andrea Charles Lewis of Shreveport in November 2013. U.S. District Judge Elizabeth Foote presided over the five-day trial, which ended Friday with the jury returning the guilty verdict after deliberating for approximately three hours.
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March 07 12:00 AM
At about 11 p.m. Saturday, the suspect, 33-year-old Jami Sentell Glover of 3235 Penick St. in Shreveport, went to a residence in the 7200 block of Wilshire Drive. There, he reportedly pointed a semi-automatic handgun at Bertrum Sweet, stating, “You disrespected my bitch!”.
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March 07 12:00 AM
Caddo sheriff’s deputies arrested a teacher at Northwood High School last Thursday, Feb. 27, for improper behavior with a student. Jared Anderson Honea, 26, of Shreveport, was arrested for indecent behavior with a juvenile following an investigation by Sheriff’s Youth Services Detectives James Moore and Jared Marshall.
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March 07 12:00 AM
Ramon Bernard Omes III, of Bent Tree Drive was also arrested and booked into the Caddo Correctional Center as an accessory after the fact to the charges of indecent behavior with a juvenile, felony carnal knowledge of a juvenile and pornography involving a juvenile.
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March 07 12:00 AM
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is committed to helping patients and advancing rare disease therapies through the development of “orphan” medical products, including drugs, biologics (such as a protein, vaccine or blood product), and devices used to treat a rare disease or condition.

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