NPD incident report for June 1-8


Juanice Gray | Editor
June 8
10:10 a.m.: Manager of Sonic on Keyser Ave. called to have a male subject banned.
1:51 p.m.: Caller at the Quad reported shots fired in the area then having damage to his window from a bullet. Value of window and frame is $350.
5:26 p.m.: Caller advised his ex-girlfriend called NPSO in reference to a stolen video game the day before and since then has been continuously calling him. Caller advised he didn’t steal the game, it was his. He is at work out of town but wants to press charges on her for previously scratching his eye and phone harassment.
6:32 p.m.: Traffic stop. Summons issued to Junell Coutee, b/f, 20, for simple possession of marijuana.
June 6
1:38 p.m.: Caller reported someone threw a rock through the window and damaged a door at a residence on MLK Drive. Caller advised at 10:30 a.m. she left and upon returning, noticed the front door of the building broken causing $3,500 in damages.
2:59 p.m.: Caller at Wal-Mart reported a vehicle pulled up and bumped a shopping cart into another vehicle. When vehicle 1 parked, the person in vehicle 2 pushed the cart behind vehicle 1 and got into her car. When the operator of vehicle 1 got out she pushed the cart back behind vehicle 2.

This article published in the July 9-10, 2022, print edition.

June 5
8:56 a.m.: Caller at Quality Inn on University Parkway reported a male subject near the pool with a gun. Caller unsure if subject just had a gun or was causing an issue. After investigation, it was determined the male showed he was armed because he wasn’t wearing a shirt. No threats made to anyone.
6:03 p.m.: 911 caller reported dogs fighting. Officers made contact with pedestrian who stated an unknown suspect released a dog from a vehicle that attacked his service dog and bit him while being separated from his dog.
7:30 p.m.: A concerned citizen called from Natchitoches Thomas Apartments by the second trail in reference to seeing a group of juveniles chasing each other with a firearm. Advised one shot heard. Gunshot victim located on Anita Street. Subject was transported for medical care.
10:26 p.m.: 911 caller reported a drunk driver on Hwy 3110 bypass headed toward Stine. Curtae Jury, b/m, 32, arrested for simple possession of marijuana
June 4
10:38 a.m.: A good citizen called requesting an officer to the parking lot of Super 1 on Keyser in reference to finding a walled on the ground near Family Dollar on South Drive. The wallet contained money and a fishing license. Officers placed the wallet in a safe at the Police station.
11:03 a.m.: 911 caller reported her daughter caused a disturbance and damages to property. Shannon Calvin was arrested for aggravated assault, simple battery and criminal damage to property and taken to NPDC.
11:29 a.m.: Complainant advised a battery was committed on their person on Airport Drive. Adarian Moore was arrested for domestic abuse battery and taken to NPDC.
2:40 p.m.: NPSO requested units to Keyser/South in reference to a fight. Breanna Lacey was arrested for disturbing the peace by fighting. Atayjah Heard was also arrested for disturbing the peace by fighting.
3:05 p.m.: Caller on Hwy 3175 reported someone was trying to cut a catalytic converter from a truck. The part was damaged but they were not successful in stealing it.
5:37 p.m.: Caller, a deputy with the Red River Parish Sheriff’s Office, requested a deputy to be en route to Coushatta Emergency room in reference to a gunshot wound. Deputy advised the incident occurred in Natchitoches Parish. Advised the patient is possibly under the influence and is not forthcoming with information. Wound was to the patient’s foot. Patient stated the altercation began between him and his girlfriend. A friend of the girlfriend shot him with a pellet rifle. He has fragments in his ankle and a pellet lodged next to a vein. Natchitoches deputy arrived and reported the victim left the ER against medical advice.
8:07 p.m.: A concerned citizen reported a bicyclist possibly having a gun in the area of Reba/Rapides. Officer spotted the cyclist near Rhodes Realty. Subject refused to stop. Officer got in a foot pursuit with the subject and lost sight of him. Bicycle was retrieved and taken to NPD.
11:24 p.m.: Caller reported shots fired on July Street. Four-five subjects shot from 808 July St. causing unknown amount of damage to property at 812 July St.
June 1
9:45 a.m.: Exchange Bank on South Drive employee called in reference to a b/f on the sidewalk. Subject stated someone was coming to pick her up.
10:58 a.m.: Caller advised there was a disturbance between a b/m, w/f and juvenile at the intersection of Hwy 3175 and Melissa Place. Timmy Bonner arrested for criminal damage to property in the amount of $1,100 and taken to NPDC.
3:27 p.m.: Officers reported they were in pursuit of a vehicle occupied by a male. Stopped at Lakeview Drive. Medical requested for male subject due to possibly ingesting narcotics. Clint Tyler, b/m, 46, checked by EMS then arrested for aggravated flight and simple possession of sch. I.

All persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law or by administrative action. Photos obtained from Natchitoches Times database unless otherwise stated.
•FTA-failure to appear
•CDS-Controlled Dangerous Substance