In a plea deal, Michael Shafer has been sentenced to twelve years in prison.
Shafer was accused of making meth at Wood Memorial High School. Police discovered remnants of a one pot meth lab more than a year ago. He will get twelve days credit for time already served. Shafer was remanded to the department of corrections. It's up to them to decide where he will serve his sentence.
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As people head outside to enjoy the summer weather, many will wind up with an unplanned side trip to the Emergency Room.
One man is injured after a shooting that took place in Gardere Monday afternoon.
Deputies have in custody a man, who they say, ran over his wife with his vehicle and left her unresponsive in a driveway.
A man was arrested after opening fire on deputies and fleeing into a wooded area of Kentwood Monday afternoon.
Residents in Port Allen gathered Monday for a somber ceremony, pausing to honor the lives of those who paid the ultimate price for their country.
The MS Bureau of Investigation confirms eight people were shot and killed overnight in Lincoln County. One of those dead includes a Lincoln County deputy.