August 22, 2018 Officer J. Sunderland initiated a traffic stop on Palmetto road at Larkin Street, and issued a citation for failure to change address on drivers license. The driver was given a verbal warning for speeding..
Officer J. Sunderland observed a vehicle speeding on Old Plain Dealing Road. Officer J. Sunderland initiated a traffic stop and issued a citation for speeding 56mph in a posted 35mph zone, and a citation for failure to change address on drivers license..
Chief Deputy C. Bates observed a vehicle speeding in the 800Blk. of Old Plain Dealing Road. Chief Deputy C. Bates initiated a traffic stop and issued a citation for speeding 46mph in a posted 35mph zone and a citation for no driver’s license on person..
The officer came in contact with the suspect in the 4000 block of Barksdale Blvd where the suspect was stopped on a traffic violation for not maintaining his vehicle within the lane and found to have seven warrants..
Kaylan Nicole Bradberry, B/F, DOB: 10/1/00 of 586 E. 84th Street, Shreveport, La., was arrested by Officer Iman on three counts of theft and possession of stolen things. The officer responded to a shoplifting call, where the suspect along with the other co-defendants, stole items from several locations.
Upon further investigation, the suspect kept changing his statements and giving false statements. Also during the investigation, the officer found suspected marijuana and paraphernalia in plain sight in the apartment..
The suspect was entering the bathroom of a pool area. The officer knocked on the door after allegedly smelling the odor of suspected marijuana. The officer located two Cigarillos containing approximately 2.6 grams of suspected marijuana hidden under the trash can in the bathroom.
During a disturbance, the officer made contact with a witness who showed a video of the suspect fighting with an individual and then running into a residence and shooting a firearm. Post- Miranda, the suspect admitted to shooting the rifle into the air.
Their mission will be to find and remove impaired drivers from the road before they can cause injury or death to themselves or others. Additionally, they will be checking vehicles for unrestrained motorists in an effort to reduce the number of traffic related fatalities caused by not wearing a seat belt.
Officers responded to a juvenile referral call. Upon contact, one of the victim’s family members stated she had seen the suspect acting inappropriately with the victim through text messages. The victim also said that the suspect touched her on her breast area.
John Wilburn of Greenwood was arrested by Ofc. Fertenbaugh and Ofc. Faris for Illegal Possession of Stolen Things, Violation of Protective Order, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Illegal Carrying of Weapons..
Upon officer arrival, the suspect was located in the residence being extremely irate toward officers. Post-Miranda, the suspect said, “F—- a lawyer.” He then began to pull away from officers who were searching and kicked an officer on his right let.
The officer responded to a disorderly person. The suspect was walking in a city street. Upon contact, the officer allegedly detected a very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from her breath and person, slurred speech and a glossy, red tint to her eyes.
The officer saw the suspect acting suspiciously during a traffic stop. Upon contact, the officer saw a pointy object in her bra area. The suspect was allegedly found to be in possession of a suspected crack pipe. Post-Miranda, the suspect was searched by a female officer.
Upon the officer’s approach with lights and sirens, the suspect allegedly drove away over the speed limit, then ran a red light. The suspect lost control of the vehicle and rear-ended another vehicle. He ran out of the vehicle and ignored the officer’s verbal commands to stop running.
The suspect began to curse, asking for his f——ing keys. He began to hit a sign at the corner of Spring and Travis streets, causing attention. Upon contact, a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage was detected. His speech was slurred as he stumbled while walking.
The suspect continued to yell, “shut the f—- up!” to his friend, who was sitting on the porch with him. The officer told the suspect to stand up, as he was under arrest. The suspect was told two more times to stand up. The suspect finally stood up and was placed in handcuffs.
The officer conducted a traffic stop in a high-crime area. The driver and the passenger were instructed to exit the vehicle. The suspect was instructed five times to exit the vehicle. Once out, officers tried to pat the suspect down for officer safety. The suspect became noncompliant.
10/9/64, was arrested by Officer Lynd and Montgomery for carless and reckless driving, failure to adhere to stop sign, possession of marijuana, false imprisonment, battery and failure to use turn signal..
Craig Grisham, W/M, was issued a summons by Officer Colton Fisk for was dispatched to SuperValue in reference to a hit and run. Upon arrival, the officer observed video footage of suspect backing into a vehicle and leaving. Grisham was found and issued a summons.
Arthur Javkson, B/M, DOB: 2/10/67, was arrested by Officer Crown for driving under suspension, public intimidation, careless operation and remaining after forbidden. The officer initiated a traffic stop on E. Kentucky after observed the suspect leaving a store that he had been previously banned.
Lt. Ashley and Capt. Ellis were dispatched to Town Hall in reference to a disturbance. The suspect, Ronald Lovett, W/M, DOB: 3/28/67, came into Town Hall yelling at employees. Lovett was found and issued a District summons for disturbing the peace and resisting an officer.
According to the May 15 guilty plea, a Louisiana State Police trooper stopped Rich’s vehicle May 3 near the intersection of Interstate 220 and Louisiana Highway 80. The trooper searched the vehicle and found a semi-automatic handgun, 141.3 grams of methamphetamine, 36.
We all know that there is a crisis in the Catholic Church right now. Allegations of sexually abusive clergy are pouring in worldwide. Unfortunately, the roots of this terrible tragedy engulfing the Catholic Church have strong ties to the Bayou Sate.
Jackson previously worked for former Shreveport Mayor Cedric Glover, and then for Mayor Ollie Tyler for a few months before being terminated. From there, Jackson went to DRCHC. Reportedly, Glover helped him get this job; Jackson is a selfproclaimed protégé of Glover.