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Apr 16th

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Police Blotter: April 1

The following arrests were made by local law enforcement March 27-30.

Cara Joel Salley, 48, of the 100 block of Boyett Street, Sarepta, disturbing the peace by intoxication, simple criminal trespassing and unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling. Webster Parish Sheriff's Office (WPSO)

LaShalanda Denise Smith, 35, 500 block of Windord St., unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling. Minden Police Department (MPD)

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Ribbon Cutting

Ribbon Cutting

 

The Minden-South Webster Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting and grand opening for Lucky Brake Driving Academy on Wednesday.

Lucky Brake owner Elizabeth Holl...

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Minden police seeking two

Minden police seeking two

Minden police are seeking the following two individuals. Anyone with information concerning their whereabouts is asked to call 377-1212.

Andrecus Love, black male, date of...

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Cullen man accused of indecent behavior

Cullen man accused of indecent behavior

Alleged victim was 8-year-old relative

A Cullen man is behind bars, arrested for alleged indecent behavior with an 8-year-old female relative.

Earl Woodson, 57, of Springhi...

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Old House Fair Attendees Welcome Spring

Old House Fair Attendees Welcome Spring

Halfway through Saturday’s Old House Fair Home and Garden Show, Steve McCallum of Tubbs by Grubbs already had 13 appointments.

The West Monroe-based business does a little...

Last Updated ( March 31, 2014 )

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Legislators looking at bills to govern companies that handle explosives

Legislators looking at bills to govern companies that handle explosives

BATON ROUGE — House and Senate bills giving state police more authority on companies handling explosives have made it out of committee to their respective floors.

Current ...

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Minden residents voice electric bill concerns at Town Hall meeting

Minden residents voice electric bill concerns at Town Hall meeting

Rashida Myles has watched her electric bill increase by $350 over the past four months.

The single mom lives in a two-bedroom, two-bath mobile home with her college studen...

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