While it might seem as though it was a lifetime ago, it has only been about six and a half months since violence erupted at Southwood High School in Shreveport.

Southwood High School principal stated not even a month ago that this school was SAFE and that all negative social media... Posted by Carla Collins on Thursday, September 16, 2021

That dramatic day resulted in the arrest of twenty three individuals over a three day period, but there was an up side to the situation.

There Was A Positive Side To This One

Out of necessity, and as a response to the violence, the now, nationally recognized "Dads On Duty" was born and has since expanded to other states.  So impressed with the "Dads on Duty" concept, Will Smith sent the entire school to see his movie, "King Richard", for which he just won an Oscar, at the now eternally infamous, "Will Slapped Chris Rock" Academy Awards show.

Then, just a couple of months ago, in January of 2022, there was an alleged rape of a student at Green Oaks Performing Arts Academy in Shreveport.

And Here We Go Again

Now, again, another Shreveport High School is making headlines for all the wrong reasons.

Photo by Elijah Nouvelage/Getty Images
Photo by Elijah Nouvelage/Getty Images

According to the Caddo Parish Sheriff's Department, Caddo detectives have arrested a teen following their investigation into a social media threat against a high school, said Sheriff Steve Prator.

The investigation began on Wednesday, March 30, when the Caddo Parish Sheriff's Office was notified of an online social media post threatening a shooting at Woodlawn High School.

Detectives determined that there was no viable threat, however a 15-year-old student was arrested and charged with obstruction of justice.

The teen was booked into Caddo Juvenile Detention Center at about 1:00 pm on Thursday, March 31.

Further investigation is ongoing to determine if there is more than one person responsible.

Caddo Correctional Bookings for 3/25/22-3/27/22

The following mugshots are those who were jailed in Caddo Correctional Center through the dates of 3/25 through 3/27. Some of the inmates have already been released from CCC, and some have not yet been to trial, and are considered innocent until proven guilty.

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