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Caddo grand jury indicts 3 on various charges

Andrew Levell Smith, 19. (Source: Caddo Correctional Center) Andrew Levell Smith, 19. (Source: Caddo Correctional Center)
Donnie Baker Jr., 34. (Source: Caddo Correctional Center) Donnie Baker Jr., 34. (Source: Caddo Correctional Center)
Christopher Jerome Ware, 30. (Source: Caddo Correctional Center) Christopher Jerome Ware, 30. (Source: Caddo Correctional Center)
CADDO PARISH, LA (KSLA) -

The Caddo Parish District Attorney's office announced on Friday that a grand jury has returned indictments against a trio of Shreveport men.

Andrew Levell Smith, 19, was indicted on a second-degree murder charge in connection with the May shooting death of Prentiss S. Tyre Britton in the 2900 block of Peach St.

Smith will be in Judge Joseph Bleich's court July 1 for arraignment and a preliminary examination.

Donnie Baker, Jr., 34, was indicted on charges of aggravated kidnapping and carjacking. Baker is accused of forcing his way into a woman's vehicle in a church parking lot in the 4100 block of Youree Dr. and driving away with the victim inside. The incident occurred in April.

He is scheduled to be in Judge Joseph Bleich's court June 17 for a preliminary examination.

Christopher Jerome Ware, 30, was indicted following aggravated rape for incidents in 2007 and 2008  involving a juvenile.

Ware is scheduled for arraignment on June 24 in Judge John Mosely's court.

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