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Bossier City casino security guard accused of allegedly causing two bomb threats

Published: April 30, 2021, 01:09 a.m.

Last updated: April 30, 2021, 01:50 h.

Devin O'Connor

A casino warden in Bossier City, Los Angeles, was charged with alleged calls for two threats of a workplace bombing.

Bossier City Louisiana casino bomb threat
The booking picture for Darell Ligin Davis is shown. Louisiana State Police said Davis, a security guard at a Bossier City casino, called on his employer for a bogus bomb threat. (Photo: Louisiana State Police)

Louisiana State Police (LSP) reported that the Game Enforcement Division and Bossier City Field Bureau arrested Darell Ligin Davis 21, Shreveport on Wednesday April 28. He was charged with two misrepresentations of a planned arson. Davis was imprisoned in Bossier Parish, where he remains for a 50,000 imprisonment $.

Police say they were notified by Horseshoe Bossier City Hotel & Casino 26, 2021 in March about two bomb threats. The Bossier City Police Department, the Bossier City Fire Department and the Bossier City Bombing Division responded to investigate. Searched casino property, but no devices were found.

The investigation leads to Davis

Louisiana state police said yesterday in a release that investigators were able to link Davis to the bomb threat after obtaining search warrants and calls to related phone numbers.

Police said the calls were from two separate Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) numbers. VOIP is a technology that allows you to make voice calls using broadband Internet, and one of the common providers is Skype.

On April 28, 2021, Davis met with the LSP at Horseshoe Casino. It was determined that Davis was responsible for the two bomb threats on March 26, 2021. He was then arrested and charged with providing false information about the planned arson (two charges) and placed in Bossier Parish prison, ”the press release explained.

Police have not disclosed the motive for Davis' alleged actions.

Louisiana law says that anyone found guilty of misrepresentation of arson or attempted arson "will be imprisoned for hard labor for no more than 15 years. "

In Louisiana, "hard work" usually refers to prison. However, state prisoners are often put to hard work, working in the fields for little or no pay, what critics refer to as modern-day slavery.

Louisiana State Prison - commonly known as Angola - has operated as a maximum security prison farm since its opening in 1900 p. Prisoners cultivate, harvest and process a wide range of crops on 18,000 acres of land on which the prison is located. The prison, which houses state death cells and execution chambers, has long been criticized for its harsh living conditions.

Casino Bomb Threats

The arrest under threat of a bombing in Bossier City was announced the same day Nevada police arrested a man who they said had threatened to blow up planes and shoot people at McCarran International Airport.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has charged Andrew Greco 52, Stateline, Nv., With the transfer of a false bomb threat and causing the threat in an act of terrorism.

Greco was arrested at the South Point Hotel Casino south of the Las Vegas Strip, where he was staying.

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