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The Community Foundation of North Louisiana is preparing to kick-off Give for Good on May 5, 2015. This exciting, online giving event will empower the people of North Louisiana to come together and raise as much money as possible for the 156participating local nonprofits in just 24 hours.CommunityFound

The event begins at 12 a.m. on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 and ends at 11:59 p.m.  During these hours, all dollars raised through The Community Foundation’s giving website, will be amplified with $270,000 dollars from the Lagniappe Fund. The Community Foundation has committed $100,000 to the Lagniappe Fund, with special thanks to the other corporate Lagniappe Fund donors: Grayson Foundation; Powers Foundation; Carolyn W. and Charles T. Beaird Family Foundation, Cook, Yancey, King & Galloway; Chesapeake Energy, Heard, McElroy & Vestal and Independence Bowl Foundation.

“Our goal in hosting Give for Good is to reach new donors and show them how important it is to give to local causes in North Louisiana. We also want to use this opportunity to build a new generation of philanthropists for our community,” said Paula Hickman, executive director of The Community Foundation.  “Last year during Give for Good, our community raised more than one million dollars and this year we are challenging the people of North Louisiana to double that commitment to our local nonprofits.”

The minimum donation that can be made is $10 and anyone can participate by visiting www.giveforgoodnla.com, or by stopping by one of the many events happening on May 5th. A list of events can be found at http://giveforgoodnla.com/#events.  The community is encouraged to watch the live-streaming leaderboard throughout the 24-hours to see the total dollar amount being raised.

Learn more about the event by visiting the Give for Good website. Updates about Give for Good can be found on The Foundation’s Facebook and Twitter pages.


About the Community Foundation of North Louisiana

Established in 1961, the Community Foundation of North Louisiana’s mission is to strengthen communities through philanthropy.  By bringing together fund donors, their financial advisors and nonprofit agencies, the Foundation is a powerful catalyst for building charitable giving and effecting positive change in our area. Through the generosity and vision of our family of donors, both past and present, the Foundation has granted more than $55,000,000 to vital nonprofit organizations since our inception.  In our shared endeavor to build a more robust, vibrant community, we fund a variety of critical initiatives, including education, health, arts and culture, and poverty alleviation.  Through integrity and sound financial practices, the Foundation has successfully stewarded the philanthropic interests of past donors and is poised to lead the next generation of givers to address the challenges facing our region.

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While American Red Cross volunteers support our neighbors in Northeast Louisiana recovering from severe weather, the Red Cross in Northwest Louisiana urges residents to take steps now to stay safer as severe weather again threatens.Red-Cross101

“By preparing together for severe weather, we can make our families safer and our communities stronger,” said Michelle Davison, executive director of the Red Cross in North Louisiana. “We can help you and your family create a disaster preparedness plan now, before our community is threatened by high winds, hail, lightning and heavy rain.”

Red Cross volunteers from Northwest Louisiana today have joined others in and near Monroe after severe weather Wednesday night affected families in at least four parishes. The Red Cross is distributing supplies such as tarps, water and snacks, assessing damages, determining needs and providing services.

Trained volunteers from across the region stand ready to help if severe weather affects residents here. If you would like to become a trained Red Cross volunteer, go to redcross.org/Shreveport, whether you’re ready to help this weekend or perhaps later during hurricane season. Red Cross volunteers serve in dozens of roles, including preparedness efforts such as community education, disaster response (direct client services, support roles, disaster assessment, logistics), recovery efforts, public affairs, fundraising and office management. Volunteers serve for larger disasters like floods and hurricanes and also daily disasters like home fires that may affect one family at a time.

As with any disaster, preparation can be the difference between life and death. The Red Cross recommends that individuals and families prepare for severe weather by:

Downloading the free Emergency App.: The new Emergency App gives people instant access to weather alerts, life-saving information and ways to contact family and friends in one free, easy-to-use app for mobile devices. This all-inclusive app provides expert advice on what to do in case of disasters such as severe weather and tornadoes, as well as hurricanes, earthquakes, floods, home fires, wildfires and more. For example, it includes a high-pitched siren and warning alert that signals when a tornado warning has been issued, as well as an all-clear alert that lets users know when a tornado warning has expired or has been cancelled. The free Emergency App is available in app stores for smartphones and tablets by searching for the American Red Cross or by going to redcross.org/apps.

Making a Home Disaster Plan: Pick a safe place in your home for household members to gather during a storm. This should be away from windows, skylights and glass doors that could be broken by strong winds or hail. Protect your animals by ensuring that any outside buildings that house them are protected in the same way as your home. Remove animals from vulnerable dog houses and similar small structures.

Creating an Emergency Preparedness Kit: Pack a first aid kit and a seven-day supply of essential medications, foods that don’t require cooking or refrigeration and manual can opener, bottled water, flashlights and a battery-powered radio with extra batteries, copies of important documents like your insurance policies, cell phone chargers, family and emergency contact information, maps of the area and other emergency items for the whole family.

Heeding Storm Warnings:  A severe storm WATCH means severe thunderstorms are possible in and near the watch area.  People in a watch area should keep informed and be ready to act if a severe thunderstorm warning is issued. A severe storm WARNING means severe weather has been reported by spotters or indicated by radar.  Warnings indicate imminent danger to life and property. If you can hear thunder, you are close enough to be in danger from lightning. Seek shelter immediately. The National Weather Service recommends staying inside for at least 30 minutes after the last thunder clap.

Preparing for High Winds: If you have time, secure lawn furniture, outdoor decorations, trash cans, hanging plants and anything else that can be picked up by wind.

For more information on what to do before, during and after severe weather, please visit redcross.org/prepare/disaster/thunderstorm.

“We urge you to share these Red Cross severe weather preparedness tips with every member of your household, because the best protection is to be prepared ahead of time,” Davison said.

You also can follow the American Red Cross in Northwest Louisiana on Facebook at @RedCrossNorthwestLouisiana, contact the Northwest Louisiana chapter at (318) 865-9545, visit redcross.org/shreveport or call 1-800-REDCROSS.

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BATON ROUGE – Today, Governor Bobby Jindal announced the capital construction proposal for the next fiscal year (FY 2016), which includes millions in funding for projects in North Louisiana.

The proposal was submitted to the Legislature in the form of House Bill 2 and includes several investments in higher education and infrastructure projects.Seal_of_Louisiana_large

Governor Jindal said, “This year we are supporting many key projects throughout our state, including valuable investments in higher education and healthcare, as well as improvements to our local roads and infrastructure. These investments will ensure that we are making Louisiana one of the best places in the country for people to get a job and raise a family.”

Education Investments in the North Region Include:

  • $5 million for the integrated engineering and science building at Louisiana Tech University in Lincoln Parish.
  • $1.8 million for renovations of the Allen Building at Southern University in Caddo Parish.
  • $1.65 million for the parking lot at Bossier Community College in Bossier Parish.
  • $1.65 million for a new classroom building at Southern University in Caddo Parish.
  • $1.2 million for the Wyly Tower fire code and restroom ADA modifications at Louisiana Tech University in Lincoln Parish.
  • $900,000 for the replacement and addition of the business building at Louisiana Tech University in Lincoln Parish.
  • $240,000 for the Workforce Training and Technology Center at Southern University in Caddo Parish.

Transportation and Infrastructure Investments in the North Region Include:

  • $1.8 million for Lake Claiborne State Park erosion controls in Claiborne Parish.
  • $46 million for I-49 from I-220 in the City of Shreveport to the Arkansas state line in Caddo Parish.
  • $3.6 million for the I-20 interchange improvements and the Kansa-Garrett Connector in Ouachita Parish, with an additional $27.5 million in new Priority 5 funding for a total of $31.1 million in funding.
  • $5.05 million for the Jimmie Davis Bridge rehabilitation and lighting in Bossier and Caddo Parishes.
  • $5 million for the I-20 Interchange improvement and Kansas Garrett Connector, in Monroe.
  • $2.8 million for the Poverty Point Reservoir State Park Group Camp and Conference Center in Richland Parish.
  • $2.3 million for the Poverty Point State Historic Site Museum and Interpretive Center and Observatory in West Carroll Parish.
  • $2.6 million for the Tarbutton Road and I-20 interchange in Lincoln Parish.
  • $2.6 million for LA 616 (Caldwell Road to LA 143) in Ouachita Parish.
  • $1.5 million for the development of an alternative water supply from Lake D’Arbonne for Lincoln and Union Parishes, in addition to $2.6 million in new Priority 5 funding, for a total of $4.1 million in funding.
  • $1.825 million for the Bayou D’Arbonne Lake Watershed District Mega-Ramp in Union Parish, with an additional $1.65 million in new Priority 5 funding, for a total of $1.83 million in total funding.

Healthcare Investments in the North Region:

  • $1.4 million for Inpatient Critical Care renovations at the LSU Health Sciences Center in Caddo Parish.
  • $395,000 for roof repair at Homer Memorial Hospital in Claiborne Parish.

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In an effort to be Green and celebrate Earth Day, Harrah’s Louisiana Downs, Cumulus Broadcasting and NBC 6 are hosting the 3rd Annual Shred –It/Recycling Event on Wednesday, April 22, 2015.

Now is the time for Spring Cleaning! Load-up all of the paper, cardboard, batteries, light bulbs, old computers, televisions, cell phones, clothing, furniture and appliances you have cluttering up your home and drive through Harrah’s parking lot and dump it! The Shred-It Recycling event is from 4:30pm until 6:30pm. Shred-It, Goodwill Industries, Gateway Tire, Tri-State Battery and Pratt Industries will be on site collecting items to be disposed of or recycled properly. This service is FREE!

The Shred It staff along with Bossier City Police Detectives will be on-site during the event to explain or answer any questions about shredding documents. Shredding is one of the safest methods of disposal available for information sensitive documents and protecting against Identity Theft.  Each vehicle is allowed to bring up to five boxes of paper to be shredded.

“At Harrah’s Louisiana Downs we recognize the importance of being responsible stewards of the environment, and we’re committed to environmental sustainability and energy conservation. It is great that our partners have this same interest, not only on Earth Day but every day. Reducing your carbon foot print can be as simple as recycling paper and we are excited to give citizens a chance to make a difference for the environment,” said Harrah’s General Manager, Mike Rich.

“Cumulus Broadcasting has joined the fight for Recycling. On average, one person creates more than four pounds of trash every day. 75% of waste is recyclable but we only recycle about 30%. We have to start now making a difference. Cumulus is partnering with Harrah’s Louisiana Downs, and NBC 6 to make sure we are doing a part. The Shred-It Recycling event will not only help toward our recycling cause but will assist in the fight against Identity Theft. Cumulus is proud to have a part in helping clean up Shreveport-Bossier,” said Cumulus Vice President and Market Manager, Brandon Beard.

Mark McKay, General Manager of KTAL, said “NBC 6 is very proud to once again be a partner of the premier recycling awareness event in the Ark-La-Tex.  Hundreds of people come every year to recycle their items.  We’re happy to work with Harrah’s in making it happen.”

The Shred-it/Recycling Event is FREE and for everyone! The event is from 4:30pm-6:30pm on Wednesday, April 22, 2015.

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Teams to compete at national tournament in May

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries hosted the 2015 Archery in Louisiana Schools (ALAS) State Tournament on March 7 at the LSU Ag Center’s State Emergency Shelter in Alexandria.

Top Male Shooter -- Aidan Haire receives a $2,000.00 scholarship from Louisiana Archery and Sports Center of Pineville; pictured are Aiden Haire, Benton Middle School, and Robert Stroede, ALAS State Coordinator.

Top Male Shooter — Aidan Haire receives a $2,000.00 scholarship from Louisiana Archery and Sports Center of Pineville; pictured are Aiden Haire, Benton Middle School, and Robert Stroede, ALAS State Coordinator.

Students in grades 3-12 from 33 different Louisiana schools participated for the opportunity to take home awards, prizes, and $7,500 in scholarship money.  Due to the incredible growth of the ALAS program in recent years, this was the first year that schools and individuals had to qualify for the ALAS State Tournament by competing in one of two ALAS Regional Tournaments in January.

Nearly 1,000 students competed in this year’s inaugural regional tournaments and the field was narrowed to 730 students for the ALAS State Tournament.

Awards were given to the top five individuals in each division, and the top three teams in each division.  The top three male and top three female overall archers received scholarship monies.  A comprehensive list of results can be found at www.nasptournaments.org.

Courtesy Photo | Top Female Shooter – Kaitlyn Misenheimer  receives a $2,000.00 scholarship provided by Central Louisiana QDMA.  From left to right Jack Daughtry of Central Louisiana QDMA, Kaitlyn Misenheimer, Benton Middle School, Bob Stevens president of Central Louisiana QDMA.

Courtesy Photo | Top Female Shooter – Kaitlyn Misenheimer  receives a $2,000.00 scholarship provided by Central Louisiana QDMA.  From left to right Jack Daughtry of Central Louisiana QDMA, Kaitlyn Misenheimer, Benton Middle School, Bob Stevens president of Central Louisiana QDMA.

Team Awards

High School Division :
State Champion – Caddo Magnet High School
Runner Up – Benton High School
3rd Place – Parkway High School

Middle School Division:
State Champion – Benton Middle School
Runner Up – Cope Middle School
3rd Place – Haughton Middle School

Elementary School Division:
State Champion – Benton Elementary School
Runner Up – Phoenix Magnet Elementary
3rd Place – J.J. Barron Sr. Elementary

Top Five (1st to 5th in order)

High School:
Rebecca Hutchinson, Caddo Magnet; Dakota Simpson, Caddo Magnet; Wayne Bearb, Acadiana High; Seth Romero, Acadiana High; and Tamera Jones, Bossier High.

Middle School:
Aidan Haire, Benton Middle; Nathan Delill, Buckeye HS; Kaitlyn Misenheimer, Benton Middle; Kendall Fowler, Benton Middle; and Lake Bradford, Benton Middle.

Elementary School:
Brady Duncan, Benton Elementary; Kaitlyn Masters, Benton Elementary; Oren Lutz, J.J. Barron Sr. Elementary; Carly Vas Buskirk, Benton Elementary; and Landon Crouch, Benton Elementary.

Along with the awards and accolades received at the ALAS State Tournament, 30 individuals and 12 teams qualified for the 2015 NASP National Tournament which will be held in Louisville, Ky., from May 7 to 9.

“LDWF would like to congratulate all the students, coaches, and schools who participated in this year’s ALAS State Tournament and wish them the best of luck as they compete at the NASP National Tournament,” said Robert Stroede, ALAS program coordinator.  “The ALAS program and LDWF would also like to thank all the sponsors, volunteers, and staff who made the 2014-2015 ALAS tournament season a success.”

Supporting individuals, organizations and sponsors included:

Scholarship Sponsors: Central Louisiana Quality Deer Management Association, Louisiana Archery and Sports Center, the National Archery in the Schools Program.

Platinum Sponsors: Louisiana National Guard, Louisiana National Wild Turkey Federation, GAEDA, and the LSU Ag Center.

Additional Sponsors: H & E Equipment Services, Outlaws BBQ, Alexandria Pineville Visitors and Convention Bureau, Y-Not Stop Stores, the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Foundation, Morrell Targets, Academy Sports and Outdoors, Cenla Bowbenders, Swim Cenla, and the Rapides Parish Sherriff’s Office.

For more information on ALAS, contact Robert Stroede at 318-484-2276 or rstroede@wlf.la.gov.

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BATON ROUGE, LA – The State Bond Commission approved $206 million for projects statewide and saved taxpayers more than $6.4 million at its April 16 meeting, according to State Treasurer John Kennedy. Seal_of_Louisiana_large

Among the individual projects approved were:

Bossier Parish –  $15 million in Revenue Bonds for the Louisiana Community Development Authority’s City of Bossier City, Louisiana Project: for additions, acquisition, repairs and/or expansions needed to maintain works of public improvement.

Bossier and Caddo Parishes – $3.1 million in Utility Revenue Bonds for the Caddo-Bossier Parishes Port Commission: for (1) construction and acquisition of redundant water facilities and improvements for the Water System and equipment and (2) funding a debt service reserve fund, if required.

Kennedy said all of the approved projects are “vital projects that include water, sewer and school system improvements as well as acquiring equipment for solid waste facilities.”

The Louisiana State Bond Commission meets monthly to review and approve applications from parishes, municipalities, special taxing districts, and other political subdivisions of the State requesting authority to incur debt. For more information, visit www.LATreasury.com.

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The Junior League of Shreveport-Bossier, Inc. (JLSB), in conjunction with Sportspectrum, will host their annual run for a cause 5K and family fun run at the Stoner Boat Launch on Thursday, April 23.

The Glow in the Dark 5k and ½ mile family fun run is an evening race that will begin and end at the Stoner Boat Launch.  Attendees are encouraged to wear bright, fun, and/or funky clothing and can look forward to complimentary glow accessories for the run.  There will be snacks, drinks, and activities for the kids from 6:30-7:45. All event proceeds help fund JLSB projects and initiatives.JLSB

Event Details:
Where: Stoner Boat Launch, 857 E Stoner Ave, Shreveport, LA 71104
When: Thursday Evening, April 23rd, 2015

Pre-party and last minute race registration:
From 6:30 – 7:45
Free Children’s Activities
Jump House

Glow in the Dark – ½ Mile Fun Run
Starts at 7:45 p.m.

Glow in the Dark – 5k
Starts at 8:00 p.m.
$15/ages 5 to 18
FREE (under age 5)

Ages and Awards:
12 & under, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+
The overall female and male winners will receive trophies, and the winner in each age division will receive a medal.

Registration Information:
Visit www.sportspectrumusa.com to register online or register the day of the event.
Online registration closes April 21st at 7:00 a.m.
Last-minute registration and packet-pick up April 23rd from 6:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.

Packet Pick Up:
Sportspectrum, – 6970 Fern Ave., Shreveport, LA.
Tuesday, April 21st from 12:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 22nd from 10:00 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

The mission of the Junior League of Shreveport-Bossier, Inc. is to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women and improve communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.  Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable.  The Junior League of Shreveport-Bossier is currently celebrating 83 years of service to this community.  The Junior League of Shreveport-Bossier, Inc. reaches out to women of all races, religions, and national origins who demonstrate an interest in and commitment to voluntarism.

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BENTON – A planned public hearing on a zoning amendment change for just over 146 acres that was once home to Palmetto Golf Course in Benton has been rescheduled to May 6.

Bossier Parish police jury members were forced to make the date change at their Wednesday regular meeting when problems arose with advertising the public hearing in the parish legal journal.

On rezoning issues, a hearing must be advertised in the parish official journal at least 10 days prior to the hearing and once per week for three consecutive weeks.

“It was a simple mistake. There were some personnel changes at the official journal and the advertisement did not run on consecutive dates as required,” parish administrator Bill Altimus explained.

Public hearings on two phases of proposed development at the property will be heard May 6. The first will consider an application by Southern Lifestyle Development, LLC, to change the zoning of the 146.56 acre former golf course from R-A (Residence-Agriculture) to R-1 (one-family residential).

A favorable recommendation for the planned single family detached home subdivision has been issued by the Benton-Bossier Parish Metropolitan Planning Commission.

Police jury members will also hear a request from the same developer for a zoning change on 8.41 acres on the east side of the golf course property. That request seeks to change the zoning from R-A to B-2 (neighborhood business district) for a proposed commercial development.

Members of the planning commission issued an unfavorable recommendation on that request.

Other public hearings were approved during the jury’s meeting. May 6 hearings were scheduled to consider approval of the plat for the proposed development of Hidden Trace subdivision, Unit 1A, and for plat approval for the development of Russell Family Partition.

Three hearings were scheduled for May 20. Those include approval of plats for proposed developments of Faith Estates subdivision, Unit 1, and King Woods subdivision, Unit 1. Also to be considered is plat approval of then Roby Road right-of-way dedication.

Also at Wednesday’s meeting, the police jury:

** proclaimed the month of April Fair Housing Month

** adopted a citizen participation plan and citizen complaint procedure

** selected projects to be funded through the fiscal year 2016/2017 Louisiana Community Development Block Grant program (LCDBG)

** authorized the selection and procurement of professional services for assisting in the development of fiscal year 2016/2017 LCDBG program applications and implementation of projects

** adopted a procurement policy for compliance with the 2016/2017 LCDBG program

** approved a request from the state Department of Transportation and Development for use of Caplis Sligo Road as the official detour route during the closure of the Sligo Road bridge over Red Chute Bayou

** approved change orders on phase 1 of the Kingston Road widening project and the parish’s wastewater collection system, and

** approved adopting a resolution authorizing the police jury to prepare and submit a pre-application in the area of Lucky Estates on La. Hwy 162 in connection with the statewide flood control program for implementation of a project for reduction of existing flood damages, providing necessary documentation of flood damages and any other related matters.

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Bossier City, Louisiana, resident Rebecca Cobb was recently awarded an academic scholarship by Oklahoma Baptist University for the 2015 academic year. OBU is located in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

OBU Photo by Bill Pope | Bossier City resident Rebecca Cobb was recognized as a University Scholar finalist by Oklahoma Baptist University President Dr. David W. Whitlock during a recent ceremony on OBU’s campus in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

OBU Photo by Bill Pope | Bossier City resident Rebecca Cobb was recognized as a University Scholar finalist by Oklahoma Baptist University President Dr. David W. Whitlock during a recent ceremony on OBU’s campus in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

Cobb was named a University Scholar finalist, an award presented in recognition of academic achievement. Students selected as University Scholars are awarded a full-tuition scholarship for four years. Finalists not named University Scholars will receive the Founders’ Academic Scholarship, an annual $13,000 scholarship which can be renewed for three additional years, making the honor worth a potential of $52,000.

A senior at Southwood High School in Shreveport, she is involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), First Priority, the Southwood Swim Team and Beta Club. She serves as president of FCA and as a children’s ministry intern at her church. She expects to graduate as valedictorian in May and major in applied ministry at OBU. She attends Cypress Baptist Church of Benton, Louisiana.

OBU President Dr. David W. Whitlock presented a certificate of recognition to each 2015 academic scholarship recipient during a recent ceremony on OBU’s campus in Shawnee.

For more information on OBU and academic scholarships at the university, visit www.okbu.edu.

With campuses in Shawnee, Oklahoma, and Oklahoma City, OBU offers 10 bachelor’s degrees with 86 fields of study and four master’s degree programs. The Christian liberal arts university has an overall enrollment of 1,979, with students from 42 states and 30 other countries. OBU has been rated as one of the top 10 regional colleges in the West by U.S. News and World Report for 23 consecutive years and has been Oklahoma’s highest rated regional college in the U.S. News rankings for 21 consecutive years. OBU is one of three universities in Oklahoma and the only private Oklahoma university listed on Great Value College’s rankings of 50 Great Affordable Colleges in the Midwest. Forbes.com consistently ranks OBU as a top university in Oklahoma and the Princeton Review has named OBU one of the best colleges and universities in the western United States for 10 consecutive years.

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UPDATE: Agents with the United States Marshal’s Violent Offender Task Force located Terrence Harris today (April 16) in the 1300 block of Burchett Street and took him into custody. Along with the charge of aggravated assault with a firearm, Harris was also charged with simple battery for pushing his girlfriend into a wall during the argument that is noted in the original news release and he had four outstanding warrants with the Shreveport Police Department.

Terrence Antonio Harris

Terrence Antonio Harris

The Bossier City Police Department and Bossier Crime Stoppers are asking the public for help with finding a man who fired a gun into an apartment occupied by multiple people, including children.

Detectives with the Violent Crimes Unit have obtained an arrest warrant for Terrence Antonio Harris, 21, of Bossier City charging him with aggravated assault with a firearm. Harris is accused of firing a gunshot through the front door of his girlfriend’s apartment at the North Park Apartment complex in the 2500 block of Montgomery Lane late Monday night.

Detectives say shooting appears to have stemmed from an argument that Harris had earlier with his girlfriend who was inside the apartment at the time of the shooting along with another adult and three children. Fortunately none of them was injured. The round ended up crashing through a wall and into another apartment but did not hit anyone inside that second unit.

Harris is a black male, 5’7” tall and weighs about 140 pounds. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Bossier Crime Stoppers at (318) 424-4100. They can also submit a tip via the Bossier Crime Stoppers website – bossiercrimestoppers.org.

Callers to Bossier Crime Stoppers are reminded they may remain totally anonymous and will be eligible for a cash reward if their information leads to an arrest.