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Clerks Busted for Selling Alcohol to Minors

Two store clerks have been cited in an underage alcohol operation conducted by the Caddo Sheriff's Department.

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Another Court Date Set for Woman Charged in Daughter’s Death

A local woman charged with murder has another date in Caddo District Court. Alasundria Avery will be back June 14th for arguments and hearings on defense motions that will be filed. Judge Mike Pitman has set a May 31st deadline for those motions

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Shreveport Teen Sentenced for Shooting at Police Officer

A Shreveport teenager who fired a shot at a Shreveport police officer during a foot chase has been sentenced in Caddo District Court. The judge has ordered 17-year-old Dominic Banks to serve 22 years in prison for attempted first-degree murder

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Seaton Sentenced

Former Assistant Chief Administrative Officer Rick Seaton has been sentenced to a total of 18 years at hard labor -- 15 for his forcible rape conviction and three for abuse of office.

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Florida Valedictorian Might Not Be Able To Walk With Her Class

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Caddo Court Updates

Updates on a couple of big Caddo District Court cases we've been following...Alasundria Avery and Robert Glen Coleman will return to court to continue arguments on motions filed by their attorneys. Coleman's defense team has filed a motion for a new trial

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One Trial Date Set, One Changed

Some new information in a couple of cases we've been following in Caddo District Court.  A trial date has been set for 26-year-old Kimethia Coleman. She's accused in the January 2010 stabbing death of Brian Spinks at an apartment in the 100 block of Quail Creek Road

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Upcoming Arraignments in Caddo District Court

A couple of murder cases in Caddo District Court tomorrow.  In Judge Mike Pittman’s courtroom, 28-year-old Demario Little faces a preliminary examination and arraignment on a second-degree murder charge.  He

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Jurors Say Coleman Should Die

Jurors in Robert Coleman's re-trial say he should die by lethal injection for the 2003 murder of retired minister Julian Brandon. 

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Houston Man Pleads Guilty to Drug Trafficking

A young Houston man pleads guilty to federal drug trafficking violations in East Texas.  U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas John Bales says 21-year-old Saul Cobarrubias has pled guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute cocaine and conspiracy to commit money laundering

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