Last Monday, Jan. 16, 34-year-old Omega Zayun Edwards of 3828 Milton St. in Shreveport discharged her .380 handgun four times in her front yard, where shell casings were recovered. She got into her black Toyota Camry and drove around the block to threaten the neighbors because their dog had jumped the fence.
Shreveport police officers made contact with the complainant, who said he was in a verbal altercation with his girlfriend, 63-year-old Patricia Ann Coleman, that turned physical when Coleman threw some boiling water onto his body, resulting in second-degree burns to his torso area.
The officer tried executing a traffic stop with lights and sirens, but Smith failed to comply and allegedly took flight, intentionally running through a stop sign at Earl and Linwood Avenue and running the red light at Linwood and Corbitt Street..
Dakotha Raeshon Stafford, 23, of 3020 Colquitt Road in Shreveport was identified after the card was used at a past place of employment by the manager after reviewing video surveillance. Shreveport police officers went to Stafford’s residence to arrest her.
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Back on June 10, 2016, the victim said she was raped by 44-year-old Dedric Deon Mitchell of Shreveport. She went to the hospital, where a PERK (physical examination recovery kit) was used to collect evidence. Documentation from the PERK was consistent with the victim’s story.
Lee was taken into custody at the County Market on Greenwood Road. She said she exited her car and only had her handgun in her hand by her leg. She said she only got out of the car with the gun and said she would kill the victim due to the fact that the victim was going to assault her cousin.