Now I’ll admit that most of us do not regularly run down to our local supermarket to check on whether a fresh shipment of horsemeat has arrived. But I’m not all that enamored by eating nutria, a large rat, that is regularly publicized as a tasty dish by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
Post-Miranda, Wiggins denied all accusations of being in the residence and denied owning a gun. Wiggins’ uncle, the owner of the residence where Wiggins lives, was asked if Wiggins had any firearms or guns in the house, and he said, “Not that I know of.
Contact was made with Pernici later that day. Pernici once again had more marijuana on his person. He was discovered to be in possession of several cigar objects which contained a green, leafy substance that field tested positive for the presumptive presence of THC.
The clerk said Taylor approached him in the rear of the store and put a gun to his head demanding money. He said Taylor then escorted him back to the front of the store and walked him behind the counter..
Shreveport police continue their investigation into an early morning shooting that left one man injured and another dead in west Shreveport Saturday Just before 1 a.m., Shreveport police patrol officers responded to reports of a shooting at an apartment complex in the 7200 block of Bernstein Avenue.
Through a month-long investigation, detectives uncovered evidence that led to the arrest of 18-year-old Roshun Holden of the 8900 block of Youree Drive for 10 counts of simple burglary, 17-year-old Mathew Pollock of the 200 block of Settlers Park...
"If they want to take a baby from the arms of his mother and separate the two, that's wrong. I don't care where you're at, what time and condition, that just goes against -- you don't have to read the Bible for that. That goes against human decency. That goes against human dignity.
The flag consists of 13 alternating red and white stripes that represent the 13 original colonies, and 50 white stars on a blue field, with each star representing a state. The colors on the flag represent:.
They pay the Shreveport Airport Authority (SAA) for the dirt the hangars sit on, at a rate of either $.15 or $.19 cents a square foot depending on whether it is a private or commercial lease. Some of them do pay $100 a month for dirt, but others, depending on the size of their lot, pay many times that.