Post-Miranda, McKnight gave officers consent to enter her residence. Initially, she said that she did not have any narcotics inside the residence. She then proceeded to withdraw her previous statement and continued to say that she and multiple other individuals who were also present at the time were smoking marijuana inside the residence.
The complainant said he went to Apt. 230 on June 7 to retrieve some of his belongings from a girlfriend. While inside, he got into an argument with the suspect, identified as 19-year-old Andre Darshun Braggs of 2616 Samford Ave. in Shreveport, who became violent.
“The dollars that we would collect from sales tax would amount to be about $1.2 million a year,” Galambos said. “That would go 100 percent to the police department for new vehicles, new equipment, additional manpower and radios, and that would mean that the town would stop subsidizing the operations of the police department.
time. They had a drone over where they were fighting. And they begged them for help. They were only two hours from getting help from where they were at. Two hours. And they fought them all night long. Thirteen hours that went on,” he said..
“We collect fans any time, but most people usually don’t start donating ’til about March or April — that’s usually when we get that first little pop of heat up here — and we collect all the way through into, like, October because we allow seniors who live in Bossier Parish over the age of 60 to get one fan every year.
The state is not broke, he said. Beginning July 1, the beginning of the budget year, “the state government will spend roughly $30.5 billion. Every bit of that came out of taxpayers’ pockets. That is $2.2 billion more than the current budget. In fact, we have gone from a budget about 10 years ago of $16.
Once inside, Giounes physically attacked the complainant by striking him in the face. The physical attack caused swelling to the right side of his face. The complainant refused medical treatment for his injuries..
Lloyd E. Barmore, 34, of Shreveport, was sentenced Monday by U.S. District Judge Elizabeth E. Foote on one count of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. He was also sentenced to five years of supervised release. According to the January 6, 2016 guilty plea, Louisiana State Police stopped Barmore’s vehicle on July 10, 2014.
Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer allegedly smelled a strong odor of marijuana and noticed suspected marijuana residue on the lap of the driver, identified as 21 -year-old Sun Von Baker Jr. of 2835 Randolph St. in Shreveport..