Aug 06, 2015

The Latest: Suspect in custody in Louisiana police shooting

The latest on the killing of an on-duty Shreveport police officer (all times local): 5:20 p.m. Louisiana State Police say a suspect has been taken into custody in connection with the killing of a Shreveport police officer. Grover Deandre Cannon, 27, was arrested Thursday in connection with the fatal shooting of Officer Thomas LaValley. LaValley, 29, was shot multiple times after answering a call...

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