A Shreveport man was convicted in Caddo District Court Tuesday, November 19, 2019, in connection with an aggravated battery that happened a little over a year ago.
Christian Adam Satterfield, 32, went on trial Monday, November 18, 2019, for an incident that occurred September 14, 2018, at the Stone Forks Restaurant on East Kings Highway. Satterfield confronted his victim, who had come to the eatery to return some personal items to an acquaintance who was Satterfield’s new partner. Satterfield confronted the man, and stabbed him twice with a steak knife, once in the face and once in an arm. Satterfield fled, but was arrested the following day.
After hearing the evidence in District Judge Charles Tutt’s courtroom, the four-woman, two-man jury deliberated 30 minutes before returning its verdict of guilty as charged.
When Satterfield returns before Judge Tutt December 19, 2019, for sentencing, he faces up to 10 years in prison with or without hard labor and a fine of up to $5,000.
Prosecutors were Assistant District Attorneys William Gaskins and Mallory Richard. Satterfield was defended by Dhu Thompson. The case was docket No. 361141.