A year ago, Airline High School benefitted from a partnership with Louisiana Tech University’s professional aviation program, which offered the high school’s JROTC students the opportunity to take ground school aviation courses and to pursue their pilot’s license.
Mark Natale is the public information officer for the city of Bossier City as well as its police and fire departments. “Bossier City has had the long-standing arrangement where the police department PIO handles the whole city. My office is actually in the mayor’s office, but I handle everything from potholes to homicides,” he said.
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The vehicle was only found by means of a license plate scanner, which alerted detectives to the vehicle’s location. Post-Miranda, Bryant said she was going to keep paying Hertz to rent the vehicle but never had time to go to Hertz to pay them the money.
Upon contact, the officer allegedly smelled a strong odor of what he believed to be marijuana. He asked the back passenger if there was any marijuana in the vehicle. He said a couple of blunts and then handed the officer a bag with approximately 108.9 grams of green vegetation that field tested positive for marijuana.
Lewis again returned to the victim’s residence at approximately 5:30 p.m. and broke a window on the victim’s residence. The officer conducted a follow-up investigation at 9:10 p.m. and found Lewis sitting in his car parked across the street from the victim’s residence.
Upon further investigation, it was discovered that marijuana was in plain view in her open purse inside the vehicle. Inside of a clear plastic container was a green, leafy substance that weighed approximately three grams and which field tested positive for the presumptive presence of THC.
Upon arrival, the complainant said she was driving in the parking lot of McDonald’s, and the suspect, identified as 26- year-old James Colvin Smith of 104 Holly St. in Shreveport, was in the bed of her truck. She told him to get out and leave several times, but he allegedly would not.