Three individuals were placed under arrest for various charges, mostly relating to narcotics, after the Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to 165 Bradford Road, in Choudrant in the early morning hours of June 9.
After receiving a report of a suspected home invasion, deputies arrived at the scene where they encountered Brandon Patrick Bloomer, 25, of 165 Bradford Road, Choudrant; Sonya Ann Streeter, 29, also of 165 Bradford Road, Choudrant; and Linda Kaye Ezell, 37, of 415 Harper Street, West Monroe.
The cause of a blaze that demolished a house on Pecan Street on Monday afternoon remains a mystery.
Although the structure was located outside the city limits, Ruston Fire Department District Chief Tommie Woods was first on the scene. Woods said the RFD got word of the fire at 1:09 p.m., and he made it there about 1:15 p.m. He estimates the blaze took about 20 minutes to demolish the house.
Below: During the rally, Bell had teachers who had shown leadership capabilities participate in a Q&A session during a Back to School Rally held Wednesday. From left, are sixth grade teacher at Choudrant School Augustine Moore and fourth grade teacher at Simsboro School Jordan Blachier.
The long-faithful dormitory duo of Caruthers Hall and Neilson Hall is being demolished by a wrecking ball this month, something Louisiana Tech University male students couldn’t do over a span of 40 years.
The high-rise homes have been out of commission as dorms for men for a few years now, replaced with nearby apartment-style dorms bearing the same honorary names. The site will likely be developed as green space, recreation fields, parking or modern dorms; those plans, unlike Caruthers and Neilson, remain up in the air.
To note their passing, some final vital stats for each: