SHREVEPORT, La. (U.S. Legal professional’s Workplace Western District of La.) – United States Legal professional David C. Joseph introduced that Thomas Ray Beaird, 41, of Shreveport, was sentenced Thursday to 12 months and at some point in jail by U.S. District Choose Elizabeth E. Foote for trying to buy a firearm from a pawn store. He was additionally sentenced to at least one yr of supervised launch.
Beaird tried to buy a handgun from a licensed Shreveport firearms vendor on June 29, 2018. Beaird lied on an ATF kind 4473 to buy a Ruger LCP .380-caliber gun.
Beaird marked on the shape that he was not topic to a court docket order restraining him from harassing, stalking or threatening a toddler or an intimate associate or little one of such associate. Beaird was arrested on June 20, 2018, for second-degree kidnapping of his spouse. A Caddo Parish juvenile court docket decide additionally granted a protecting order in opposition to Beaird on behalf of his juvenile youngsters on June 21, 2018. Private service of the protecting order was made on the Caddo Correctional Heart on June 26, 2018. Beaird pleaded responsible to the federal cost on December 18, 2018.
Venture Protected Neighborhoods (PSN) is the centerpiece of the Division of Justice’s violent crime discount efforts. Venture Protected Neighborhoods is an evidence-based program confirmed to be efficient at decreasing violent crime. By PSN, a broad spectrum of stakeholders work collectively to determine essentially the most urgent violent crime issues in the neighborhood and develop complete options to handle them. As a part of this technique, PSN focuses enforcement efforts on essentially the most violent offenders and companions with regionally primarily based prevention and reentry applications for lasting reductions in crime.
The ATF performed the investigation. Assistant U.S. Legal professional J. Aaron Crawford prosecuted the case.