"I don’t know why they killed him. Maybe it was a mistake, I really don’t know but when it all boils down, my son made a whole impact, not just on his friends at school but the whole city of Shreveport.”
Landry said he thinks it is safe for the players to start playing games. However, the LHSAA has previously said they will follow the state’s lead, only considering to start the season once it has reached phase three of reopening.
“Custodial staff has a rotating schedule, and they’re assigned different places in the building,” she said. “They also have to go through...clean all bathrooms, all doorknobs, light fixtures, countertops, handrails, anything that is a high-touch area.”
Within the first 24 hours, Robinson said the department received 90,000 applications. However, she also stressed that while her office is reviewing a lot of applications, it has not reached its cap of 200,000 rebates.
“Over the last couple months, we’ve seen a lot of people show their different perspectives on what’s important to them,” police chief Ben Raymond said. “This is a group that came together, and it was important enough to them to show their thanks and appreciation for law enforcement.”