On Thursday, October 28, a multiple agency task force rounded up several suspected gang members who, police say, were responsible for violent gang activity including shootings and drug activity in several parishes including Bienville Parish.
Multiple agencies participated in the “Operation Save Our Streets” roundup including Bienville Parish Sheriff’s Office, Minden police Department, Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office, FBI, U.S. Marshals Task Force and Louisiana Probation and Parole agents.
On Thursday morning, officers and deputies searched homes in the city of Minden, Webster Parish, and Bienville Parish. In the searches, law enforcement officers seized guns, drugs, and thousands of dollars in suspected drug money.
By the end of the day, officers had arrested eleven suspected gang members, one of which is Kameron Heggar, a resident of Ringgold.
Arrested in the roundup were:
- Decorrey Bridges, also known as Co Cee, 20, of Sibley (held in Bayou Dorcheat Correctional Center on other charges)
- Devonte Jackson, 21, of Minden (held in BDCC on other charges)
- Kameron Heggar, 20, of Ringgold
- Aldaravion Taylor, also known as Dre, 19, of Minden
- Collin J. Harris, 19, of Minden
- Howard Collins Jr., 19, of Sibley
- Kawaski Bradford Jr., 20, of Minden
- LaCarlos Tyreke Lofton, 22, of Sibley
- Laverto T. Shyne, 20, of Cotton Valley
- Nathaniel White III, 20, of Minden
- Donavan Fort, 19, of Minden
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