3 identified after car chase, manhunt in south Bossier City
KSLA has been told the chase stemmed from a carjacking in Shreveport
BOSSIER CITY, La. (KSLA) — A manhunt Thursday night in south Bossier City ended with the apprehension of three suspects, 2 males and a female, authorities said.
Officials with the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office said there was a BOLO (be on the lookout) alert for a stolen Honda. A deputy spotted the car on Sligo Road and a chase began. The car eventually came to a stop in the opposite lane of travel on Barksdale Boulevard at Sunflower Road. Two men later identified as Jermaine Handy, 18, and Conswaveon Lane, 18, ran away. A women identified as Princess Williams, 41, was arrested at the car.
Bossier City police, Louisiana State Police, Bossier sheriff’s deputies, Louisiana Wildlife & Fisheries agents, drones and K-9 units were on the scene. Officers began searching for the two men who they believed could be armed.
Handy and Lane were captured and arrested two hours later. Williams was charged with accessory after the fact and aggravated flight. Handy and Lane were both charged with aggravated flight from an officer and illegal possession of stolen things.
No one was injured during the chase or manhunt. Additional charges are expected out of Shreveport for the carjacking.
This is a developing situation. KSLA News 12 has a crew on the scene and will update this story as more information becomes available.
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