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All Charges Dropped from Family in Mother’s Day Fight

The grand jury has dropped all charges on family members that were involved in a massive dispute on Mother’s Day. Evidence presented before the jury indicated that officers responded to the wrong house after a family fight took place across the street from their family gathering.

Minutes before going into the 5 o’clock hour, Shreveport Police Department responded to the scene of a dispute call. It happened in the 2500 block of Devaughn Street, located in the Morningside neighborhood.

Three people were taken into custody, with one of those individuals suffering a dog bite. An elderly man was transported to a nearby hospital after having difficulties of breathing.

Today all family members are back home and thankfully everyone is okay.

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