15:30 LRN Newscast Nov 27

A Boy Scout leader, 49-year-old Randy Miller Jr. is charged with 500 counts of possession of child pornography according to Livingston Parish authorities.  Legal analyst Franz Borghardt says Miller’s troubles likely will not end at the state level.

Cut 10 (09) “…at federal charges.”

Miller’s bond is set a $50 million. Borghardt says the judge likely set the bond at such a level to send a message that Miller will not be out for the holidays.

Law enforcement agencies are stepping up patrols over Thanksgiving weekend in an effort from keeping the holiday from turning into a tragedy.  Louisiana Highway Safety Commission executive director Lisa Freeman says in 2018’s four-day Thanksgiving weekend, four people died in alcohol-related crashes.

Cut 6 (12) “…were seriously injured.”

The college football playoff selection committee has dropped LSU to number two and moved Ohio State to number one in the latest rankings. LSU closes out the regular season by hosting Texas A-and-M, while O-S-U is at Michigan. Tiger Rag Editor Ron Higgins says the drop in the ranking should provide the Tigers with some extra motivation

Cut 4 (10) “…the message.”

Bossier Parish’s Sherriff Deputy School Resource Officer Dusty Crenshaw took to patrolling the streets instead of the halls this week. On Monday Crenshaw answered a call that a dog was running loose along Interstate 20.

Cut 12 (11) “…to me” 

Currently, the dog is at a local shelter and if the dog is not claimed by its rightful owner Crenshaw has asked to take the dog home.