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January 16 10:53 AM

BCPD working apparent suicide at Airline Starbucks

Tuesday morning around 06:25am, Bossier City Police Officers responded to a report of a

suspicious male lying in the parking lot of the Starbucks, 1979 Airline Drive.

Upon arrival officers observed a black male lying in the parking close to some shrubs

with an apparent gunshot wound to the head. Bossier City Fire Department responded to

the scene and transported the individual to University Health Care, where he is currently

being treated. Bossier City Detectives were called to the scene to process for evidence.

Detectives located a firearm with the victim. Detectives also observed tracks in the

overnight snow that show one set of footprints towards the individual. At this time the

information is leading investigators to believe that this is a possible suicide attempt.

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