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July 06 09:52 AM

Man tries to sell victim back stolen phone

Bossier City police arrested a man this past week, after trying to sell a victim back a stolen i-phone. Officers made contact with the victim who stated the suspect, La’Anthony Andrevous Anderson, 21, of 4802 Sheryl Street, Bossier City, La., was attempting to sell her back her stolen cellphone, valued at $800, that was stolen from her earlier.
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