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Shreveporter pleads guilty to manslaughter

Shreveporter pleads guilty to manslaughter

A Shreveport man pleaded guilty in Caddo District Court to manslaughter Monday, September 9, 2019, even as jurors were being selected for his second-degree murder trial. When Darell Lamont Bell, 24, returns to District Judge Craig Marcotte's courtroom November 19,...

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The First Truckload of Uniforms are Delivered

The First Truckload of Uniforms are Delivered

District Attorney James E. Stewart and Heather Porter Price deliver to Volunteers for Youth Justice the first truckload of “Uniforms for Kids”. District Attorney James E. Stewart thanks the community for the overwhelming response. There is still time for you to drop...

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Uniforms for Kid’s Program

Uniforms for Kid’s Program

DA Stewart and Mark Porter announce on KSLA TV channel 12  “Uniforms for Kids”, a new program where gently used or new uniforms can be donated at any Porters Cleaners location for a free cleaning and distribution to those that need uniforms by the Volunteers for Youth...

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Caddo DA Program Selected as National Model

Caddo DA Program Selected as National Model

The Caddo Parish District Attorney’s Pretrial Diversion Program offers lower-risk defendants to take part in comprehensive rehabilitation. Launched by DA Stewart and Chief Deputy District Attorney Wilbert Pryor, it offers defendants a second chance while holding them...

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Bent not Broken

Bent not Broken

We are proud of and share this story about Ben Fields, son of Second Assistant DA Penya Moses-Fields, a story of perseverance and determination for all young people. http://www.theadvocate.com/new_orleans/sports/article_e6844888-1c13-11e8-9a3f-ab4c5a8f8ac5.html

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Caddo to Crack Down on Vehicles with Illegal Window Tint

Caddo to Crack Down on Vehicles with Illegal Window Tint

Soon Caddo Parish drivers could get a ticket if their windows are too dark. This comes after the Sheriff's Office announced it will be on the lookout for windows darker than the legal limit. "When you pull up next to someone and they're hiding, you don't know what...

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