“We understand the victim’s anger and frustration. Unfortunately, we are constrained by the case in front of us. Our office has spent a great amount of time attempting to prepare this case for prosecution. Our disposition of the case was due to the quality of the evidence that still existed 37 years after Deanna Montgomery’s murder.
Blanchard Alderman and Water Commissioner John Fuller said, “Basically, if that pumping station doesn’t operate, this plant don’t operate. And the only way that the plant could continue to operate is by everything that was done down there at the intake valve, building the dam, keeping the water out.
The car in his driveway, which matched the description of the one at Walmart, had magnetic decals on the doors and hood that depicted logos associated with the Shreveport Police Department. The vehicle also had red and blue lights in the dash and other equipment that resembled a police car.
Marnecia Lashun Brooks, 19, of 325 Mid South Loop in Shreveport, an employee at Walmart located at 1125 Shreveport-Barksdale Hwy., was seen by a Walmart worker taking money from cash registers and concealing it in her pocket over the course of the past month.
The manager at Brookshire’s at 9250 Mansfield Road and another employee confronted the suspect, identified as 47- year-old William A. Wright of 2926 Rebel Road, on why he had a shopping cart full of groceries but no bags..
To be considered for all forms of disaster assistance, you must first register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) at 800 -621-FEMA (3362) and file your insurance claim. “But don’t wait until everything is settled before you apply for SBA,” she said.
Every year, the Institute holds a Walk for Humanity. a 5K run/walk and one-mile health walk to raise money to send to the hungry children in Africa. This year’s walk will be held locally on Saturday, April 9, at 8 a.m. on the Clyde Fant Parkway across from Sci-Port: Louisiana’s Science Center.