The Bossier/Webster District Attorney's Office has handed the Bossier Sheriff's Office a check for nearly $16,000. The money comes from asset forfeiture allocations as a result of recent drug and other investigations.
52-year-old Robert Scogin and his 55-year-old wife, Peggy, have pled guilty in Shreveport Federal Court to importing nine-thousand pills illegally into the United States. They've admitted to bringing Codeine and Dihydrocodeine back aboard a cruise ship.
What started out as a shoplifting call turned into a drug bust. Bossier City Police were called to the Dillard's store at Pierre Bossier Mall after store security reported seeing a man conceal several articles of men's clothing in a shopping bag and leave the store.
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