96-year-old woman fights back during home invasion Marquel Sennet, KTAL Published: December 3, 2017, 12:00 am Updated: December 3, 2017, 12:00 am SHREVEPORT, La (KTAL) – Wednesday after 10pm someone broke into 96 year old Leona Jackson’s home on David Raines in Shreveport’s MLK community.
SHREVEPORT, La - Wednesday after 10pm someone broke into 96 year old Leona Jackson's home on David Raines in Shreveport's MLK community. "I was in there sitting on the side of my bed last night reading my bible. After a while I heard a lot of stuff like glass falling, so I got up and said let me see what's going on in the kitchen." That's when the man she describes as being in their 20's wearing a white headband attacked her. "Cause he kept his hand over my eyes.
SHREVEPORT, La - A Shreveport community joins together to honor a woman killed two years ago on National Night Out. Jessie Bradberry was on her way to a National Night Out celebration at AB Palmer Park when she was tragically killed. Bradberry was honored at a candlelight vigil Friday night. She was killed in a car crash on Thornhill and East 80th in 2015. The driver of the car that struck Bradberry, Kyanta Magee was charged with vehicular manslaughter.
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Selecting a term
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