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Opelousas Daily Arrest Report for August 29, 2014
Travon Stevens, 25, 1812 Redmond Street, Opelousas 1)Possession of Schedule I Drugs 2)Illegal Use of a CDS in the presence of a minor &nbs p; 3)Violation of a Uniform CDS Law 4)Possession of Drug Paraphernalia David Andrus, 54, 211 Foster Drive, Lawtell 1)Possession of Schedule II Drugs 2)Possession of Drug Paraphernalia 3)Resisting an Officer ... (more)
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Homer Williams, the last of five brothers who all served in the war, dreams of someday returning to the South Pacific where he served WWII veteran celebrates 90th birthday Homer Williams, the last of five brothers who all served in the war, dreams of someday returning to the South Pacific where he served Check out this story on dailyworld.com: ... (more)
Juveniles to be tried as adults in Crowley shooting
Chief KP Gibson reports that two Crowley juveniles have been indicted by a grand jury as adults regarding an attempted murder investigation.
Lawtell bird man is now free on bond
Thousands of animals, mostly birds, were taken from Donald Lafleur's house near Lawtell after officials charged him with 1,500 counts of animal cruelty.
Police: Child, 5, dies; father booked with murder
Baton Rouge police say a 36-year-old father is facing a murder charge after his 5-year-old son died as a result of suspected abuse.
60-70 birds euthanized after Lawtell man accused of hoarding 1,500 animals
The roughly 1,500 chickens, turkeys, peacocks and other birds taken from a home in Lawtell Friday have found foster homes, according to St. Landry Parish officials.
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
2000 animals removed from man's home in Louisiana
Louisiana officials made a startling discovery finding over two thousand animals living at a home in Lawtell just west of Baton Rouge.
2,000 animals removed from LA man's home
ST. LANDRY PARISH, LA - Louisiana officials made a startling discovery on Friday - 2,000 animals living in a home in Lawtell, LA, west of Baton Rouge.
Authorities confiscate hundreds of animals near LawtellAuthorities...
Authorities confiscate hundreds of animals near Lawtell Details emerge about a man charged with animal cruelty after crews work much of Friday to clear crowded house Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1oHSSXy St. Landry Parish President Bill Fontenot, second from left, watches as animal control personnel remove an estimated ... (more)
Authorities confiscate hundreds of animals from house near Lawtell
St. Landry Parish deputies arrested a Lawtell area man Friday on animal cruelty charges after officials located hundreds of animals, primarily birds, living in terrible conditions.
Deputies arrest Lawtell man accused of hoarding more than 1500 animals
St. Landry Parish Animal Control, St. Landry Parish Sheriff's Office, firefighters, and other law enforcement agencies are on the scene of a possible animal hoarding situation in Lawtell.
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Stroller for Friday, Aug. 1, 2014
<![CDATA[Celebrating a birthday today: Monique Collins, of Shreveport. ... Tammy Smith, of Shreveport. ... Dr. Rufus Loud, of Shreveport. ... LaShunda Hughes, of Shreveport. ... Geraldine Reese Porter, of Shreveport. ... Justin Demone Thomas, 9, son of Justin and Chequan Thomas, of Shreveport. ... Lisa Harrell Mabry, of Shreveport. ... Gwendolyn Brooks Mosley, 56, of Shreveport. ... Lois Vinson, of Houston. ... Mary Hunter, of Shreveport. ... Otis Marshall, of Shreveport. ... Doris Roberson, 37, of Lawtell. ... Scotty Powell, of Athens. ... Donnell Oliver, of Shreveport. ... Leola Morris, of Shreveport. ... Kendall Whitaker, 7, of Shreveport. ... Bobbye Cason Ellis. Editor's note: Caddo, Bossier and DeSoto Animal Control will not pickup all unwanted animals. If you bring in your domestic animal, mainly dogs and cats, the Animal Control office will accept them. Bossier Animal Control, (318) 741-8499, Caddo Animal Control, (318) 226-6624 or DeSoto Animal Control, (318) 871-2900. Dogs and cats are available for adoption at Bossier, Caddo and DeSoto. To place information in Stroller, call (318) 459-3233 between 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. weekdays and between 2 and 5 p.m. weekends. Send email to email@example.com Label: Attention Stroller.