Last Friday, Sept. 9, a Shreveport police officer responded to a vandalism at the patrol desk. The front plate glass door was shattered to pieces, and a large rock was on the floor in front of the desk..
Shreveport police officers were dispatched to 3219 Judy Lane in reference to an assault and battery. Witnesses said that the suspect, 53-year-old Roger Nealous Carpenter, fled the scene on a brown motorcycle. An officer saw Carpenter on the motorcycle turn north on Judy Lane and detained him.
“It’s always a really fun event,” she said. “It’s basically a fund-raiser for Robinson’s Rescue, but it’s a play on Octoberfest, which always takes place in September. We just kind of combine two things that people in our community really love, which are pets and beer, which I think is a really fun concept.
Mandi Johnson, community engagement librarian at the Bossier Parish Library, said she attended a webinar through the American Libraries Association a couple of months ago. “One of the ideas they had was doing a supply drive for your local animal shelters or rescue groups.
While being transported to the city jail, Leone put his hands in front of him while they were in cuffs. The officer did not know if the suspect would try to kick the window out of the vehicle or present a threat to him..
Post-Miranda, Mack said he was just holding the gun and making a video with it. He said that the gun belonged to a friend who let him hold it for a while. Mack told the officer, “I dropped it when you told me to, along with the marijuana.”.
Upon contact, the suspect, 24-year-old Christopher Lezel Pierce of 4007 Lakeshore Drive in Shreveport, stated post- Miranda that a person who owed him money gave him one $100 bill as payment. The clerk who made the report said he could tell the bill was fake.
The victim was traveling southbound on a local road, and the suspect was northbound, when she made a U-turn, drove up behind him and rammed his car from behind at about 45 miles per hour. The victim had to drive on the median to get away from Tucker..
On Sunday, the complainant claimed that 25-year-old Joshua C. Jackson of 6412 W. Canal Blvd. in Shreveport entered the Circle at 1920 Centenary Blvd. and removed one beer can from the beer cooler. Jackson placed the beer into his back jeans pocket and pulled his T-shirt over it.
“We’ve had more people show a tremendous increase in firearms sales as far as interest in firearms because, frankly, some of the folks are scared that the government’s going to pass laws that will take away our Second Amendment rights to be able to keep and bear arms,” said Al Sims, president of the Ark-La- Tex Gun Collectors Association.