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Natchitoches Police make arrests in several crimes

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Shaterrica Demars Shaterrica Demars
Kenneth Wafer Kenneth Wafer
Stacie Payne Stacie Payne

NATCHITOCHES, La. (KALB News Channel 5) Last week, The Natchitoches Police Department made arrests in several violent crimes that occurred in the area.


On March 4, the police department was contacted by a female reporting that she had escaped from a man after he stabbed her in the hand with a pair of scissors and attempted to rape her.

Officers located the suspect, Kenneth Wafer, 57, and arrested him on one count of Sexual Battery and one count of False Imprisonment. He was placed in the Natchitoches Parish Detention center awaiting bond.

On March 7, Officers responded to reports of a shooting on Brahma Drive. Officers located Leandrew Evans, 25, who was suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Evans was airlifted to University Hospital in Shreveport and was later listed in stable condition.

Detectives arrested John McIntosh, 18, on one count of Attempted Second Degree Murder. He was placed in the Detention Center awaiting bond.

On March 8, Police arrested a woman for allegedly stabbed her boyfriend with a pocket knife after seeing him with another woman and becoming angry. The victim Francisco Dominques suffered from several stab wounds to the chest and was treated at the Natchitoches Regional Medical Center.

Officers arrested Stacey Payne, 27, on one count of Attempted Second Degree Murder charges was Stacy Payne white female age 27. 

Later that day, Police arrested Shaterrica Demars, 22, after she turned herself in for shooting Brandon Scott, 29. After investigating the incident, Demars was arrested on one count of Attempted Second Degree Murder and placed her in the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center awaiting Bond.

 

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