Frank Canizaro Jr., 30, was convicted in Bossier Parish on Sept. 26 for selling deer and failing to comply with deer tagging or harvest record requirements. He was fined $839 and has to pay $692 in court costs and $4,069 in civil restitution. Canizaro also lost all hunting privileges for one year.
Last Friday, Oct. 5, a Shreveport police officer working security at Walmart at 6235 Westport Ave. was alerted by loss prevention staff that Breanna Lashaun Dinkins, 20, of 1609 Anita St. in Bossier City, was packing groceries that were not paid for and trying to go out through the garden exit.
Samuel Ray Thomas, 25, of 6121 Tierra Drive, allegedly possessed a check stolen from his grandmother before transferring it to the co-defendant, Gregory Jenkins, who cashed it in the amount of $1,300..
On Saturday, Shreveport police patrol officers responded to reports of shots being fired outside of a home in the 3000 block of Syphon Street. Concerned citizens reported that a man was standing in the front yard of the residence firing shots from a handgun.
A local man was arrested on drug charges after he was found to be in possession of crack cocaine. Last Friday, Oct. 5, a Shreveport police officer saw a male subject on adjudicated property at Snow and Pickett streets. The officer saw the man putting a large black baggie behind his back.
Last Friday, Oct. 5, Shreveport police responded to reports of subjects pulling automobile door handles in the 6300 block of Casa Linda Circle. Officers arrived and tried to detain at least three individuals, but they all fled on foot..
Mayberry was arrested by Deputy Justin Sandquist and booked into the Caddo Correctional Center for manufacture and distribution of schedule I drugs, prohibited acts/ use of CDS in the presence of a minor and possession of drug paraphernalia..
Bossier sheriff’s detectives describe the suspect as a black male, possibly in his late 20s or early 30s, standing approximately six feet tall with a slender build. He has shoulder-length or longer hair with a goatee and mustache and was wearing white pants and a tan suit jacket.
Many political “movers and shakers” attend the monthly meetings of the North Shreveport Business Association (NSBA). It’s common for the 100-plus tickets to the luncheon to sell out with a waiting list for cancellations. Such was the case for the mayoral forum on Tuesday, Oct 8.
Here we go again with meddling federal judges. The 5 th U.S Circuit Court of Appeals came down hard on Louisiana charter schools last week. Charter schools, that by definition are independent with major input from parents, now will have to bargain with teachers’ unions.
The Supreme Court of old was more majestic with few periods of confrontation. Just a decade ago, twothirds of Americans had great confidence in the Court. No more. There’s trouble brewing in those marble temple walls. Confidence in the workings of the court and the Justices themselves have dropped to a mere 50 percent approval rating.