Bossier City firefighter arrested on terrorizing and cyber stalking charges


Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says a Bossier City firefighter was arrested Thursday evening for terrorizing, cyber stalking and improper telephone communication. He also has a warrant out of Webster Parish for domestic abuse battery. David Allen Desadier, 39, who has been living in the Lakewood subdivision of Bossier City but has a listed address in Doyline, was taken into custody in Shreveport by the Shreveport Police Department and the Bossier Sheriff's Department.

His arrest comes after he beat up his ex-wife in Doyline several days ago and began sending her threatening text and phone messages in recent days. Bossier Sheriff's investigators say, in one message, he told her she needed to be thinking about picking out caskets for their kids—6 year old twin girls. The Bossier Sheriff's Department issued a B.O.L.O. (be on the lookout) for Desadier at about 4:45 yesterday afternoon. Around 5:30 p.m., Bossier Sheriff's deputies were able to locate Desadier's empty vehicle at Academy Sports on Bert Kouns Industrial Loop at I-49, thanks to information provided by other Bossier City firefighters. When Desadier returned from the store to his truck he was arrested and Bossier Sheriff's investigators say at least one weapon, a semi-automatic pistol, was found in the vehicle. Desadier was transported to the Shreveport City Jail, then transferred to the Bossier Maximum Security Facility and booked, with his bond set at $205,000. His girls were not harmed. 

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Ed Baswell, Public Information Officer Cell: 423-3871 Office: 965-3406 Home: 747-2453 Fax: 965-9737