Bossier Sheriff’s Office Searching for Deer Camp Vandals
The Bossier Sheriff’s Office is looking for whoever is responsible for vandalizing deer camps in the Plain Dealing area and placing spikes in the camps’ roadways, causing tire damage and creating a dangerous hazard for people. Vandals have caused damage to Burnt Pine Hunting Club in the 2600 block of Old Plain Dealing Road, Four “N” Hunting Club in the 200 block of Highway 160, and private land near Peace and Hope Lanes since 2010. They’ve also stolen and damaged deer cameras, vandalized deer stands and burglarized camp sites. With hunting season around the corner, detectives are adamant about finding these vandals so hunters remain safe. If you can help identify the person or people doing this, call Bossier Crime Stoppers, which is offering a $350 reward for information leading to an arrest.