Shreveport Police investigators have a man in custody that they believe committed multiple thefts from a local school over a period of four years.
Clifton Douglas Long, 42, of Ringold, La., was taken into custody on the campus of Southfield School, 1100 Southfield Road.
Monday, Shreveport Police were contacted by employees at Southfield in reference to money missing from the school’s book fair registers.
The employees reported $250 in cash was missing, and they had captured the alleged thief on video. Employees identified the suspect as Long
Detectives with the Property Crimes Unit were assigned to the case, and through their investigation, they learned Long also was responsible for alleged thefts of other school property that included iPads and speakers.
Today, when detectives took Long into custody, he was found to be in possession of a Schedule III controlled substance without a prescription.
He was booked into the Shreveport City Jail on two counts of Theft and one count each of Unauthorized Use of a Moveable, Possession of Schedule III, and Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance in a Drug Free Zone.