SHREVEPORT, LA — A Shreveport man is behind bars after a flood of tips poured in to authorites follwoing the release of surveillance images.
Burglary detectives were able to identify Anthony Barothy, 17, as the suspect who broke into Broadmoor Middle Laboratory School back on July 17. Barothy is accused of entering the building by tampering with a door, then roaming about rooms and hallways before leaving the scene. Officials with Broadmoor Middle Lab reported they could find nothing missing.
Police took Barothy, of Shreveport, into custody without incident Thursday, and booked him into the Shreveport City Jail on one count of unauthorized entry of a place of business.