Shreveport firefighter arrested for indecent behavior
SHREVEPORT - A Shreveport firefighter has been arrested on various charges including indecent behavior with a juvenile
In a news release, Louisiana State Police said 35-year-old Brian Garza was arrested after he facilitated a meeting with what he believed to be a 13-year-old child and her mother for a sexual encounter with both.
Once the alleged meeting was arranged, authorities say he left the fire station while on duty and traveled to a location he had chosen, where troopers were waiting to take him into custody.
Garza was booked Tuesday with indecent behavior of a juvenile, prostitution and computer-aided solicitation of a minor. If convicted, Garza could serve up to 70 years in prison and fined up to $75,000.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
LSU football returns Saturday with no tailgating, 25% capacity in Death Valley
What you need to know before you geaux to Tiger Stadium
Coach O Weekly Press Conference - Game 1 vs. MSU
Coach O speaks with media, says 'most' of team has had coronavirus
LSU's Neil Farrell opting back in for 2020 season