Shreveport City Council holds news conference on deadly officer-involved shooting
SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - Members of the Shreveport City Council held a news conference Monday morning to address a deadly officer-involved shooting that happened Friday night.
On Feb. 6 at 9 a.m., the council addressed the city from the Shreveport Police Department station located at 1234 Texas Ave.
The deadly shooting happened Feb. 3 at the Villa Norté Apartments on Fullerton Street.
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Mayor Tom Arceneaux, Chief Wayne Smith, Council President James Green, Councilwoman Tabatha Taylor, Pastor Joe Grant, Pastor Calvin Austin and Pastor CeJay Johnson offered prayers and condolences to the city and the family of Alonzo Senell Bagley, who were also in attendance.
“We pray that God is with all the families involved in the incident this weekend,” said Johnson.
Taylor said the Louisiana State Police are conducting a thorough and transparent investigation into what occurred that night.
“As the family mourns, my heart breaks and I mourn with them for the loss of another life in Shreveport,” said Smith.
The chief said more details will come in the coming days and weeks. He said actions will be taken to make sure something like this doesn’t happen again in the future.
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