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Meth chef is cooked by jurors

It took a 12-person jury less than an hour to convict a Webster Parish man of creating a clandestine meth lab and simple arson.

Judge Ford Stinson could sentence Charles Wynne, Jr. to up to 30 years on the meth charge and 15 years on the arson charge.

Bossier-Webster District Attorney Schuyler Marvin said Wynne was arrested when Webster Parish Sheriff's deputies and the Springhill Fire District were notified of a fire at Wynne's Springhill residence in November 2010.

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Hi-Point is low point for felon

Hi-Point is low point for felon

Webster Parish deputies and a police officer took a felon off Springhill streets last week.

Drew Segobia, 28, address unknown, has been charged with carrying a concealed w...

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School start, end times adjusted

School start, end times adjusted

Staggered start-and-end times for Minden schools are the answer principals and other authorities gave in response to confusion, high traffic and even worry experienced by...

Last Updated ( August 17, 2011 )

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Board goes with Dozier

Board goes with Dozier

Members go outside system

Members of the Webster Parish School Board elected to go outside the parish Tuesday and bring in a fresh perspective to lead the system.

Steven Do...

Last Updated ( August 17, 2011 )

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Women nabbed on drug charges

Women nabbed on drug chargesWebster Parish Sheriff's Community Action Directed Patrol team, while working in the Doyline area, have arrested a woman for possession of drugs and paraphernalia.

Kassie ...

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