Back on May 1, Thomas Bartle, 67, of Shreveport, turned himself into authorities for taking thousands in payment from a Benton church for merchandise he never delivered and services he never performed.
A local attorney has once again won an appeal in the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal, concerning a nine-year legal battle over a previous home he owned in South Shreveport; however, that same court has denied his request for over $200,000 in attorney fees for representing the case himself.
Robert Bond, who is accused of murdering his wife, a former Bossier Parish Schools teacher in November, was able to cut a deal with Bossier prosecutors through his attorney, Randall Fish, and entered a plea of guilty to the lesser charge of manslaughter this week.
According to her, Slack appeared angry, hostile and pulled their 6-year-old son from the backseat of his car, with the child’s legs in the air, screaming and telling him he had to stay with his (mother).
Documents filed in Bossier District Court by Country Place Day Care Inc. show that Theresa Barnett was fired from the daycare on Jan. 7. The Louisiana Workforce Commission determined that Barnett was discharged for misconduct connected with her employment and assessed a disqualification for benefits.
We have also brought in the Janet’s Notebook column for those that missed the recipes and have taken the Restaurant Inspection Report down to a halfpage. These can now be found in the back of the paper. Horoscopes have also been moved back to the puzzle section.
The officer made contact with her at the room and subsequently took her into custody. While she was being arrested, officers found her to be in possession of suspected marijuana as well as drug paraphernalia, including a pipe with suspected marijuana residue in it.
At the time of the conviction, Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington praised the work of investigators. He said, “We’re very glad this case has been brought to a successful conclusion, thanks to the hard and thorough work of our detectives and to the great job by the DA’s.
Detectives with the Violent Crimes Unit several days later arrested 35-year-old Angela Denise Clarkson of Bossier City for obstruction of justice for allegedly destroying evidence at the scene and 27-year-old Jamorris Montreal Durham of Bossier City for accessory after the fact in.