Shreveport Killer Gets 60 Year Prison Sentence
A man convicted of manslaughter in Caddo District Court last fall is headed to prison for 60 years. The killing happened in Shreveport more than 2 years ago.
That sentence was handed down for 28-year-old LeDarron Demarion Carter. He is a second-felony offender and must serve his sentence without the benefit of probation or suspension.
Carter was found guilty during a trial back in September. He was convicted of killing 25-year-old Deverous Holden back in June of 2019 on Stoner Avenue. Holden had been shot in the upper body and was found lying in the street at Stoner and Busby.
Assistant District Attorneys William J. Edwards and Mekisha Smith Creal prosecuted the case, while Ben Langford defended Carter.
DeSoto Parish Arrests Since January 1
The following people have been booked into the DeSoto Parish jail since January 1. They are only charged with a crime at this point. They have not been to trial.
Caddo Bookings for New Year's Eve-Day (2021-22)
The following is a list of inmates who were booked in to Caddo Correctional Center on New Year's Eve/Day 2021-22. Some were arrested that weekend and booked directly, and some were transfers from other jails or prisons. Those who are at CCC awaiting trial are innocent until proven guilty in a Court of Law. The following will contain the mugshots, names, and crimes the inmates were arrested for.
The List of the 20 Smallest Towns in Louisiana
The 2020 census numbers are still being evaluated by many demographers. We pulled up the list of the smallest towns and villages in Louisiana. Many of them saw shrinking populations over the past 10 years.