Judge allows murder case against Haughton native to move forward
A Colorado judge says there is enough evidence to move forward with the first-degree murder case against Haughton native Adam Densmore, the man accused of killing former Shreveport resident Ashley Mead. Densmore, whose parents still live in Bossier Parish, is expected to be arraigned at a later date. Some of Mead's remains were found in a purple suitcase left in a Dumpster in Oklahoma. Detectives think that she may have been dismembered in Northwest Louisiana.