Shreveport Police Seek Suspects in Violent Attack
On January 28th, 2023, Shreveport Police officers were called to an assault and battery call in the 5900 block of Linwood Avenue. As officers arrived on the scene, they found the victim had been attacked by multiple suspects.
Shreveport Police Violent Crimes Detectives learned that the suspects followed the victim from one location to another in an attempt to harm her. They eventually cornered the victim in a parking lot and assaulted her while trying to physically remove her from a vehicle she was sitting in.
As a result of this attack, the victim suffered moderate injuries, including facial fractures, broken bones, lacerations, and bruises.
Shreveport Police Violent Crime investigators have obtained warrants for Dameta Bell 11//27/90 for (1) count of Second Degree Battery, Roderica Bell 06/28/95 for (1) count of Second Degree Battery, and Trevictor Wesley 10/22/91 (1) count of Second Degree Battery.
If you have information on the whereabouts of these suspects, please contact Shreveport Police at 318-673-7300 #3. If you would like to supply information and stay anonymous contact Caddo Crime Stoppers at 318-673-7373 or log onto www.p3tips.com to submit your tip via the web. For a secure and password-protected mobile app for your smart device, go to the App Store and download the free "P3tips" mobile app. No caller ID, no recorded lines, no tracking cookies, no saved IP address. ANONYMITY IS GUARANTEED!
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The victim is expected to recover.
All suspects are innocent until proven guilty.