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March 18 10:38 AM

Teen Consequences Program scheduled

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             The Caddo Sheriff’s Office and Judge Scott Crichton will present “Don’t Let This Be You,” a program for teens illustrating the serious legal consequences of criminal behavior.

            The program, designed for those ages 13 and up as well as their parents, will be held tomorrow, March 19, from 6-9 p.m. at Caddo Correctional Center, 1101 Forum Drive in Shreveport.

            To obtain further information, see dontletthisbeyou.org, or to register, call Andrea Samuel at the Caddo Sheriff’s Office, (318) 681-0735.  Class size is limited and pre-registration is required.

 

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