Last Thursday, Sept. 21, officers were informed of a shoplifting in progress at the Walmart at 6235 Westport Ave. They were told that two black males had both loaded up two separate shopping carts with merchandise and were currently putting items in bags that they had brought into the store.
In officially opening the facility, Gov. Edwards remarked on the building’s past and its future. He said, “Today is one of those rare, truly unique economic, cultural and historic announcements. We’re standing in a building here on Milam Street in a downtown Shreveport landmark that was erected before many of us were even born.
After the date of termination, Foster allegedly began using the victim’s company fuel card to fuel his personal vehicle as well as vehicles belonging to others. This occurred for approximately nine months before the victim realized this was occurring..
Back on Sept. 5 and 6, 30-year-old Adrean Michelle Harvey of 8902 Melanie Lane in Shreveport, was seen on video surveillance at the Cracker Barrel on Westport Avenue, where she works as a waitress, cashing in five $20 bills for a single $100 bill..
Parker informed agents of the duties and times and also the person they would see once they arrived at the parlor and that she opens the business up in the morning and closes the business at night. She said she also keeps the business clean and orderly and pays the bills for the business.
Upon contact, Easter began making multiple racial slurs and threatening the officer. When the officer tried to put him in the back of the patrol car, Easter tensed up and jerked away. The officer tried to regain his grip, and Easter jerked away, turned around and tried to head-butt the officer.
The victim owns the property and several warehouse type buildings at 4770 Southern Ave. On Aug. 24, a coowner was present at the property when 34-year-old Gamaleil Charles Wilson of 4506 Southern Ave. allegedly made an unauthorized entry through an open door.
Dotie was removed from the vehicle, and the officer found an orange unlabeled pill bottle underneath the pillow. Inside the pill bottle, the officer saw a small round blue pill with “A715” on it. After further investigation, the pill was identified as 30mg Oxycodone.
On Sept. 12, during a follow-up interview with Shreveport police, White said he no longer wanted to pursue charges. He said he negotiated oral sex in exchange for $5 to $8. The negotiation took place at the Fairmont at 726 Cotton St. On Sept. 14, Johnson arrived at the officer’s office for a scheduled interview.