NPD Incident Report for April 9-12 and May 6-10, 2022

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May 10
2:30 p.m.: Detectives reported they had a female subject in custody at Texaco at South/Keyser Avenue. Will transport. Kamechell Hodges arrested for theft and placed at NPDC.
May 11
2:42 a.m.: Officer requested at Natchitoches Regional Medical Center in reference to a battery of a juvenile.
May 7
10:10 a.m.: Multiple 911 calls reported gunshots in the area of North and Levy Streets
10:34 a.m.: 911 caller at Texas Street Liquor stated unknown male susped brandished a firearm in the drive thru.
7:02 p.m.: Headquarters received multiple calls of gunshots in the area of Highland Park. Summons were issued to Trevon Reed, b/m, 24, for disturbing the peace by fighting, to Dorian Hardison, b/m, 23, for same, to Marcus Slaughter, b/m, 42, for interfering w/officer for concealing evidence and to Brittany Slaughter, b/f, 25, for discharging a firearm in city limits. Summons issued to Christian Pikes, b/m, 21 for remaining. Arrested Sonya Slaughter, b/f, 46, charged with illegal possession of a stolen firearm. She was transported to NPDC.
8:55 p.m.: NPD was advised of a 14-year-lold female who reported she had been touched inappropriately by an adult male. Location was on Hwy 504.
9:41 p.m.: Caller on Welch Street reported someone was shooting and a bullet came into the residence. Caller reported around the time of the call a shot was fired on Berry Avenue. She thought something hit her house and she found a round on the floor. Officer collected it.
11:25 p.m.: Vehicle owner on Berry Street reported her vehicle was damaged by a shot to the passenger side door.
Time unknown: Caller on Elizabeth Street reported a 14-year-old relative did $700 in damages inside the home and $100 in damages to a vehicle. Juvenile was transported to NRMC.
11:42 p.m.: DWI arrest: Jarrot Remo, b/m, 51 was charged with DWI 2nd offense. Released on own recognizance.
May 6
4:42 p.m.: simple rape. Female caller requested an officer to South Drive.

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April 12
2:36 a.m.: Caller at Frog Pond Apartments reported a friend driving drunk. The drunken friend allegedly threatened to hit caller with a bat if she didn’t her back her car keys. Friend returned to residence later and gained entry by window and left again.
7:16 a.m.: Criminal damage to property: Snow Cone Zone, 608 Keyser, Caller stated someone kicked the storage door in.
7:33 a.m.: criminal damage to property: Complainant on Holmes Street stated her car was shot. Reported the car was parked. Damages estimated at $500. There are bullet holes in the passenger door and window.
April 11
6:11 a.m.: criminal damage to property: Caller on North Street advised sometime over the weekend someone broke the back lass out of a van. Estimated damages $200.
1:41 p.m.: criminal damage to property: Complainant at Lakeview Apartments stated an unknown yard worker damaged her vehicle.
3:15 p.m.: fight: Officer caller to break up a fight between four females at T-Johnny’s. All subjects gone upon arrival.
3:22 p.m.: criminal damage to property: Complainant on Fairgrounds
Road advised on the night of April 10 an unknown suspect fired a weapon throught the mobile home.
3:32 p.m.: simple battery: A female went to the police station to report a battery on her by another female at T-Johnny’s.
8:53 p.m.: complaint: Caller advised that while he was passing Cedar Grove he eard shots being fired and believes a bullet may have hit his car. Officer advised she observed two bullets in the vehicle.
8:56 p.m.: criminal damage to property: Complainant went to the police station in reference to someone breaking her vehicle window.
10:06 p.m.: illegal use of a weapon: Concerned citizen called 911 in reference to illegal use of a weapon in the area of J.C. Deblieux Drive. Unable to locate damages or victims.
11:20 p.m.: simple battery: 911 caller on Lakeview Drive reported a battery. Alleged assailant gone at the time.
April 10
2:24 a.m.: DWI arrest: Traffic stop in front of The Press Box results in DWI arrest of Xavier Moore, b/m, 29. Charged with DWI – 1st offense and careless operation. Released on own recognizance.
3:49 a.m.: criminal damage to property: Caller on Kingston Drive called 911 reporting shots were fired at her house. Resident stated she was awakened by a loud noise and found damage to the interior of her home caused by a single gunshot.
11:34 a.m.: aggravated battery: Male went to NRMC to be treated in reference to having a battery committed on him at Tokay’s the previous night. Complainant advised two known men and an unknown man battered him with a beer bottle.
2:35 p.m.: Caller at Murphy Oil USA on Keyser reported a male subject at pump one urinated in front of everyone and also brought her money with urine on it. Subject was a b/m, with a long sleeve black shirt, red/black hat in a tan car.
5:16 p.m.: criminal damage to property: Caller in the area of Fairgrounds/Leblue reported her vehicle was damaged by someone shooting that morning. Reports approx. $700 in damage. A shots fired call was recorded at 4:37 a.m.
April 9
11:50 a.m.: criminal damage to property: Complainant at Exxon on Keyser called in reference to someone damaging buttons on a pump. Caller provided tag number and stated a male caused $1,000 in damages.
12:05 a.m.: complaint: A man called requesting an officer to Keyser and South Drive in reference to Ora Bell Lewis saying she would pull his hair. Officer spoke with Ora Bell.
10:42 p.m.: unauthorized use of a vehicle: Caller on Fairgrounds Road stated a known male used her vehicle and has not returned it.