OSI agents conducted a traffic stop. The officer allegedly detected a strong odor of marijuana coming from the suspect. The suspect and the co-defendant were removed from the vehicle, and a bag containing suspected marijuana was found..
The suspect was seen when he allegedly struck the victim multiple times in the facial area. The victim was seen to have bruising to her face and a swollen right eye. The suspect was being searched in the city jail, and was found to have marijuana in his pants pocket.
Agents made contact with the suspect and the codefendant during a traffic stop. Agents allegedly located approximately 75 grams and 45 grams of marijuana individually packaged for sale. Agents also seized a digital scale and packaging materials. Agents located $1,077 in currency on the suspect’s person.
The trooper tried to stop the suspect for a traffic violation, but the suspect allegedly refused to stop after the trooper initiated lights and sirens. Once stopped, the trooper allegedly noticed a strong smell of alcohol coming from the suspect’s breath.
Post-Miranda, the suspect admitted a blunt was in the ashtray and showed officers where 8.9 grams of marijuana were in a baggie in her purse. The suspect performed poorly on the field sobriety test and provided a proper blood sample..
The suspect had been asked to leave the address by officers. Officers returned later, and the suspect was still on the property standing outside of his vehicle. When asked to provide an ID, the suspect said it was in the door of the vehicle. The suspect gave consent for officers to get the ID and said that there was a weapon in the vehicle.
The suspect was stopped on a traffic stop for a vehicle violation. Upon contact, the officer allegedly saw a loaded magazine in the suspect’s lap. Also, two guns were found in the vehicle. During an investigation, the guns were found to be stolen, and the suspect is a convicted felon.
For those that read blogs, evaluating the perspective of the author can be helpful in determining the credibility and merit of a column. I suggest readers match up Elliott Stonecipher with this writer..
Here’s an interesting thought. Why is it that Louisiana and neighboring state Mississippi are always on the bottom of every national ranking involving virtually every aspect of a state’s quality of life? Yet casino gambling is widespread throughout both states at a level not found any place else in America outside of Las Vegas.
On April 28, citizens of Shreveport face a choice: Fund basic city services or plunge the city into fiscal chaos. It would have been inconceivable 20 years ago that routine tax renewals to fund the fire and police departments and other basic city services would not have the collective support of the city’s business, civic and political leadership.