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Trio of suspected burglars captured by Shreveport authorities

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Ty'shon Sower, 19 (source: Shreveport Police Department) Ty'shon Sower, 19 (source: Shreveport Police Department)
Tyren Willis, 18 Tyren Willis, 18
Three suspects are in jail facing charges for their alleged role in a residential burglary.

It happened Thursday afternoon at a home in the 2800 block of Bibb Street. Shreveport Police received several calls that a home was being burglarized. When officers arrived, they arrested two suspects inside the home and arrested the third suspect, serving as a "look out" outside the home. 

Arrested were, Ty'shon Sower, 19 of Texas City, Texas, 18 year-old Tyren Willis of Shreveport and a 16 year-old juvenile. All three are charged with a single count of Burglary of an Inhabited Dwelling.

When officers arrived with the three at the Shreveport City Jail, the 16 year-old managed to escape while being escorted into the facility. The boy ran into some nearby woods. Police, with the assistance of a K-9 officer, managed to find the boy and place him back into custody. The juvenile was transported to University Health for treatment of a dog bite. An additional charge of Simple Escape was added to the juvenile's list of charges.

Both adult suspects were booked into the Shreveport City Jail without incident. 
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