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Felon Guilty of Weapons Possession

Felon Guilty of Weapons Possession

A man convicted of robbery in 2015 and arrested after shooting a man almost two years ago was found guilty of illegally possessing a weapon by a Caddo Parish jury this week. Dana Jamariyaa Combs, 21, was found guilty of possession of a firearm or carrying of a...

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Caddo DA, Volunteers for Youth Justice to Gift Bikes

Caddo DA, Volunteers for Youth Justice to Gift Bikes

For a third straight year, Caddo Parish District Attorney James E. Stewart Sr. and Volunteers for Youth Justice will team with Caddo Schools to give deserving youth the gift of bicycles for Christmas. On December 19, 2018, 130 Caddo Parish elementary students will be...

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Man Pleads Guilty to 2014 Slaying

Man Pleads Guilty to 2014 Slaying

A man charged in the death of a local man in 2014 pleaded guilty in Caddo District Court this week. Derrick Jevonne Thomas, 23, pleaded guilty Monday, December 12, 2018, to manslaughter before District Judge Ramona Emanuel in connection with the April 11, 2014 slaying...

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Stonewall Man Guilty of Burglary

Stonewall Man Guilty of Burglary

A DeSoto Parish man charged with a business burglary in Shreveport earlier this year was found guilty at trial this week in Caddo District Court. Craig Lewis Miller, 50, of Stonewall, who also has used the alias Craig Cox, was convicted unanimously by the two-man,...

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Man Guilty of Assault on Policeman

Man Guilty of Assault on Policeman

A man who attempted to run over a Shreveport police office following a robbery at a local casino a year ago was convicted at trial this week in Caddo District Court. Andre Deon Bell, 24, of Shreveport, was found guilty Tuesday, December 4, 2018, of trying to run over...

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Caddo Officials to Warn of Senior Cyber Scams

Caddo Officials to Warn of Senior Cyber Scams

With online and banking scams increasingly targeted at older Americans, Caddo Parish District Attorney James E. Stewart Sr. and Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator plan a question-and-answer session for older residents Thursday, December 6, 2018. The meeting, to be held...

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Teen To Face Trial As Adult In Pizza Driver’s Slaying

Teen To Face Trial As Adult In Pizza Driver’s Slaying

The Caddo Parish District Attorney's office will prosecute the older of two juveniles accused in the robbery and slaying of a Domino's Pizza delivery driver earlier this month as an adult. Jae’lyon Ware, 16, is one of two individuals arrested in connection with the...

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Soccer Clinic a Success at Cargill Park

Soccer Clinic a Success at Cargill Park

A soccer clinic for area youth sponsored by CABOSA, the Caddo Parish District Attorney's office and Caddo Parish Schools drew almost 100 participants, as well as their parents, friends and coaches. The free event, the first of what District Attorney James E. Stewart...

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CABOSA/Caddo DA Offer Weekend Soccer Clinic

CABOSA/Caddo DA Offer Weekend Soccer Clinic

The Caddo Bossier Soccer Association (CABOSA), Caddo Parish District Attorney James E. Stewart Sr. and the Caddo Parish Schools Athletic Department have partnered to sponsor a free soccer clinic Saturday, November 17, 2018, at Cargill Park. Children ages 5 to 10 will...

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Child Rapist Gets Life-Plus 20 Prison Terms

Child Rapist Gets Life-Plus 20 Prison Terms

A Shreveport man convicted last week of sexual attacks on two local children was hit with maximum prison terms for his acts Wednesday, November 14, 2018, by Caddo District Judge Katherine Dorroh. Robert Ladell, 29, was sentenced to life in prison at hard labor without...

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