In a low, subdued voice, Ford’s son, 19- year-old Stephen Ford Jr., said, “I just really want to say that whoever did this, you couldn’t have known my mother and my grandmother because they would never have harmed anyone and never have harmed anyone. It just wasn’t right.
The banners will be available to be signed on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the three Bossier Sheriff’s Office substations: Benton Substation, 7076 Highway 3; Viking Drive Substation, 2510 Viking Drive; and the South Bossier Substation, 3135 Arthur Ray Teague Parkway.
To help the family with the necessary expenses or taking Emma Grace to Detroit, a softball tournament fund-raiser called “Play for Emma Grace” will be held at the Vivian Ball Park on Saturday, Sept. 7, beginning at 7 a.m..
For years the Red River District, which city leaders had hoped would attract citizens and visitors to downtown Shreveport, has had a number of businesses come and go, with only Nicky’s Mexican Restaurant and Fatty Arbuckle’s the only success stories in the area.
Officers said it appeared the puppy had been inside the vehicle for at least one hour. The car’s windows were rolled down slightly; however, the inside of the vehicle was extremely hot, and there was no food or water for the animal. The outside temperature at the time was 91 degrees.
“I’ve been around this type of industry my whole life. My dad, he’s been in the off-road trucks and motorcycles ever since I was a little kid. So I just took it to the next level. I got tired of looking at trucks and went into the next best thing, which was ATVs.