Three arrested for crimes during routine traffic stops

Sergio Ramos
Monday, October 3, 2011 - 11:32am

Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says three people have been charged with various crimes following stops for traffic violations over the weekend.

Sergio A. Ramos, 24, of the 100 block of Oakhaven Dr. in Haughton, was following another vehicle too closely Saturday night on Highway 80 near his residence when a deputy made a traffic stop. Ramos, who was born in Mexico, could not produce a driver’s license, and the deputy determined Ramos was not in the United States legally. Ramos was charged with operating a vehicle without lawful presence, following too closely and operating a vehicle without a driver’s license. Ramos was turned over the Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and his bond is set at $5,300.

Anna K. Harris, 32, of the 1800 block of Bonn St. in Bossier City, drove her vehicle through a red light at the intersection of Sligo Road and Highway 71 early Sunday morning. When the deputy made contact with Harris, he noted an odor of alcoholic beverages and that Harris had bloodshot eyes and slightly swayed while standing. She admitted she just consumed several Long Island Ice Tea drinks, and she performed poorly on the Standard Field Sobriety Test. She was later found to have a .134% BAC and charged with DWI – 1st and running a red light; her bond is $1,200.

                  Anna Harris

Alverson D. Taylor II, 30, of the 300 block of Hacienda Circle in Haughton, ran a red light at the intersection of Highway 80 and Bodcau Station Road Saturday night. When the deputy made contact with Taylor, he found the driver to have an expired driver’s license and multiple active warrants for his arrest. Taylor was charged with running a red light, driving with an expired driver’s license and arrested on the various warrant charges. Bond is pending.

                Alverson Tayler

Each was transported to the Bossier Maximum Correctional Facility in Plain Dealing for booking.


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