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February 07 10:53 AM

Thousands in seized assets given to BCPD

The Bossier District Attorney’s Office presented the Bossier City Police Department with a check Tuesday in the amount of $9,334.64 from property seized in more than a dozen drug investigations last year.

Assistant District Attorney Charles Jacobs presented Deputy Chief Jimmy Stewart with the check representing assets seized from suspects in 13 narcotics investigations from June through October 2013.

Those assets include items such as cash, vehicles and other property.

The Bossier City Police Department will use the money for future drug enforcement operations conducted in the city.

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