A woman, identified as 32-year-old Sheryl Giovanya Ubeda of 3870 Line Ave. in Shreveport, allegedly tried to make an unauthorized entry into the complainant’s residence with the intent to commit a theft..
Last Monday, Oct. 10, while on patrol, a Shreveport officer saw a graycolored sedan at Akard and Carrollton with the trunk open and reverse lights on. The officer waited for the vehicle to turn around. The vehicle then stopped, killed the lights and pulled into a driveway.
The suspect, identified as 54-year-old Lonnie Ray Brisker of 1983 Downing St., was allegedly harassing a woman in the 500 block of Texas Street. Multiple witnesses claimed the victim tried to tell Brisker to leave her alone..
The girlfriend said she and Green got into a verbal altercation because he was intoxicated and she wanted him to leave. Green was very loud and aggressive in his speech. The officer gave verbal commands for Green to approach him, and Green allegedly disregarded him by walking away three times.
Last Wednesday, Oct. 12, Shreveport police officers were at a minor accident at Stoner and Fairfield avenues. The suspect, 29-year-old Matthew Davis Gaston of 445 E. 65th St. in Shreveport, had allegedly left the scene, hitting a vehicle and causing injury to the driver and passengers.
Slack said it took a while for justice to be done — a year and seven months. Last Friday, Oct. 14, Hughes was sentenced by Judge Michael Craig to 10 years in prison at hard labor with five years suspended. She was also fined $2,500 plus court costs and has to pay restitution in the amount of $203,730.
And where will that money ultimately go? Riaz said they are working with several different charities. “We have Team Red, White and Blue, which is a military charity, as well as Building Homes for Heroes. We also plan to donate to the first responders in Shreveport and Bossier as well as make a contribution to Barksdale.
Police proceeded to 214 W. Lydia Avenue and located the African-American male, identified as Marvin Lee Bernard Jr., 34. When he was questioned about the stolen items, he told police that the chairs had been at his home for about two or three weeks when he returned home from the hospital with a child that had a liver biopsy conducted.
Police Chief Gary Presswood says his officers were investigating the theft of items and were attempting to recover stolen property when they went to a residence at 349 Birch Ave. and made contact with two occupants identified as Abigail Hayley Bragg, 22, and Jerry Michael Norwood, 40.