Last Wednesday, April 13, a woman identified as 52-year-old Annette Rene Mason of 507 W. 57th St. in Shreveport was allegedly seen by Shreveport police officers walking down the street while intoxicated..
After reviewing the images, the officer determined that the images were of a female juvenile approximately 2 to 5 years old. The images were of the child’s buttocks and vagina. There were approximately 20 photographs..
The officer made contact with 47-year-old Steven Glenn Findley of 5907 Hollywood Ave. at the scene. Findley was allegedly found to be in possession of seven onepot meth labs He admitted to cooking meth in the wooded area. A backpack was found that contained chemicals and precursors of creating a clandestine meth lab.
“My nephew never put that in the police report because he did not want to get the guy in trouble,” Langford said. But Lingenfelter is “doing everything in his power to put my nephew in jail for shooting his dog.”.
She said the DDA utilized historic tax credits on the building. Their neighbor, Greg Solomon, is also applying for historic tax credits on a building he purchased around the corner at 716/718 Edwards St.
What attracted him to the bass? “My dad was a church leader at one time,” Cardis said, “and he had a bass just sitting around the house. I picked it up and just kind of started playing on it. And he taught me some notes and I started playing in church.”.
Liz Swaine, executive director of the Downtown Development Authority, said, “What we are actually trying to do is just position the Shreveport Water Works Museum in a way where people who have not thought to visit before will. And right now, food trucks are very popular.
In the middle console was a dummy can of foam glass cleaner. Inside the can were 12 Ecstasy pills and 54 and a half Xanax pills that field tested positive. All were packaged for distribution along with the marijuana. Post-Miranda, Hall admitted to having knowledge of all the narcotics being inside his vehicle and that he used all for personal reasons.
The suspect, 28-year-old Marcus Darrell Wilson of 9045 Kingston Road in Shreveport, was seen by the complainant removing items from shelves at Walmart, located at 95500 Mansfield Road, and concealing them in his pants..
A Shreveport police officer conducted a traffic stop for switched plates. Upon contact, the driver was allegedly acting very nervous. The driver and the passenger were taken out of the car, and the driver gave consent to search the vehicle..