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DA Stewart joins leaders opposing human trafficking

DA Stewart joins leaders opposing human trafficking

Caddo Parish District Attorney James E. Stewart Sr. was among a throng of local law, social services, educational and elected officials pledging to combat human trafficking in a ceremony early Friday, January 17, 2020. Braving blustery cold outside the Caddo Parish...

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DeSoto man pleads guilty to kidnapping, other charges

DeSoto man pleads guilty to kidnapping, other charges

A DeSoto Parish man pleaded guilty to second-degree kidnapping, violating protective orders and improper phone communications, shortly before his trial was to have begun Wednesday, January 15, 2020, in Caddo District Judge Katherine Dorroh's courtroom. Thomas Ray...

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Shreveport man sentenced to 40 years for 2017 slaying

Shreveport man sentenced to 40 years for 2017 slaying

A Shreveport man who pleaded guilty in Caddo District Court to manslaughter in September was sentenced Monday, January 6, 2020, to 40 years in prison, the maximum sentence allowed by law. After a sentencing hearing, District Judge Craig Marcotte sentenced Darell...

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DeSoto man pleads guilty to kidnapping, other charges

Caddo Grand Jury returns four true bills

The Grand Jury of Caddo Parish returned four indictments Wednesday, December 18, 2019. One indictment charges three people with a homicide that occurred this summer. Jonathan Jermaine Crenshaw, 34, Terence Felix Jr., 29, and Tamala Triciann Ware, 50, all of...

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Shreveport man sentenced to 40 years for 2017 slaying

Shreveport man guilty of robbery, aggravated battery

A Shreveport man was found guilty of armed robbery with a firearm and aggravated battery following a bench trial in Caddo District Court Wednesday, December 18, 2019. District Judge Charles Tutt found Dennis Ray Davis Jr., 35, of Shreveport, guilty as charged of armed...

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Caddo elementary students get early Christmas bikes

Caddo elementary students get early Christmas bikes

Surprise was the order of the day Wednesday, December 18, 2019, for almost 200 Caddo Parish youngsters. They went on what they thought was a school outing, and instead they were treated to an early Christmas, courtesy of the Caddo Parish District Attorney's office and...

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Caddo DA, VYJ plan Fourth annual bike give-away

Caddo DA, VYJ plan Fourth annual bike give-away

For the fourth year in a row, the Caddo Parish District Attorney's office, in partnership with Volunteers for Youth Justice, will make Christmas special for almost 200 Caddo Parish elementary students through a bicycle give-away. With bicycles purchased through a...

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DeSoto man pleads guilty to kidnapping, other charges

Texan found guilty of aggravated assault with a firearm

A Texas man who pulled a gun on a trucker while driving through Caddo Parish in January 2018 was convicted of aggravated assault with a handgun Thursday, November 21, 2019, in Caddo District Court. District Judge Katherine Dorroh found William Spencer Smith, 30,...

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Shreveport man sentenced to 40 years for 2017 slaying

Shreveport sex offender convicted of failure to register

A Shreveport man previously convicted of a sex crime against a juvenile was found guilty in Caddo District Court Thursday, November 21, 2019, of failing to register as a sex offender. Ronald Keith Berry, 50, was found guilty as charged by the nine-woman, three-man...

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Shreveport man sentenced to 40 years for 2017 slaying

Local man convicted of aggravated battery

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...

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