Upon contact, Taylor allegedly threw the cigar with a green, leafy substance down onto the sidewalk. The officer walked up to Taylor, who tried to run, but the officer placed him in the back of his unit..
Fitze picked up an empty Admiral Nelson’s rum bottle by the top, skinny portion and struck the victim on the left side of the eye with the base of the bottle. The officer saw a great amount of swelling to the victim’s left eye..
Upon the officer’s arrival, a witness said she and the victim came out of the store, and 48-year-old Michael Bernard Martin of 507 Browning St. in Shreveport, came out of nowhere throwing his bicycle into the victim and hitting him several times with a closed fist without consent.
Post-Miranda, 37-yearold Bernice Lee Davenport of 6114 Southern Ave. in Shreveport said she moved all of her stuff into the residence and cleaned up the house because she was going to rent out the house once she got in touch with the realty company..
With the country still reeling from the vicious attack on police officers in Dallas, the news came on Sunday morning that a similar killing had taken place in Baton Rouge. A lone gunman apparently “ambushed” law enforcement officers before firing on them, killing three policemen.
Bossier attorney Whit Graves has filed a lawsuit to block the proposed construction of a new Walmart store in north Bossier City, claiming that the decision to allow the store chain to locate on the site should be made by the Bossier Parish Police Jury, not the Bossier City Council.
Swaine said the building is the old United Mercantile Bank. “Before that, it was the old Commercial National Bank (CNB). It’s one of the most beautiful of the vacant buildings that we have downtown, built in 1910. … It’s famous not only because of its age and its beauty, but because of some of the tenants who were in the building.
Area children can get up close and personal with a variety of heavyduty vehicles from dumptrucks and fire engines to cranes and law enforcement vehicles at the second annual Wheels in the Hills event scheduled for Saturday, July 30, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Upon contact, the officer allegedly detected an overwhelming odor of burnt marijuana coming from the interior of the vehicle. The suspect, identified as 20- year-old Vergil Wayne Wilson of 3401 Mertis Ave. in Shreveport, and two other male occupants were removed from the vehicle and Mirandized.
Last Thursday, July 7, a Shreveport police officer was dispatched to 3054 Jonquil Drive in reference to vandalism. The victim claimed that 24-year-old Jasmine Nicole Watson of 2929 Peach St. attacked him while in the vehicle..