After a brief chase, he was apprehended. During the chase, the suspect tossed a black revolver under a car from his hoodie pocket. The weapon had also been reported stolen. The suspect is a convicted felon. The vehicle is valued at $21,000..
The victim’s vehicle was stolen from Huntington High School. The suspect was last seen sitting at the desk where the victim’s keys were. the suspect was allegedly seen on camera leaving the school. Post-Miranda, the suspect said that he took the car without permission and acted alone.
20, the officer was contacted by another complainant, who said he looked at his camera recording after a neighbor told him about the earlier burglary. The officer watched the video and saw the suspect wearing the same clothes he had on to include a red bandana.
Officers conducted a traffic stop, and a stolen Sig Sauer handgun was allegedly located under the back seat of the vehicle. Post-Miranda, the suspect said that he had recently been arrested for simple burglary. He also had a juvenile in the vehicle past the juvenile’s curfew.
Officers allegedly detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the suspect’s breath. Post-Miranda, the suspect said he consumed one 18- ounce beer and a shot of Hennessy. He also admitted to smoking marijuana and he currently felt high at the time of testing.
Every five years, several ad valorem property taxes are placed before the citizens for renewals that provide basic city services and salaries/ benefits for our first responders and other city employees. The last time this occurred was 2013. In 2017 the taxes expired, and we made the decision to only go out for the taxes when necessary, and not before.
Initially, his law enforcement background will be questioned by many rank and file at the Shreveport Police Department (SPD). Reportedly, his service as public information officer and then head of the SPD Crime Stoppers program did not entail any supervisory or investigative activities.
One million dollars down the drain to pay for a special session of the Louisiana legislature. And all for naught. The governor is hollering that the financial sky is falling and the state is in dire fiscal straights. Legislators protest that their hands are tied by too many constitutional dedications.