Bond reduced for man accused of terrorizing

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fisherBond for a Minden man accused of terrorizing a woman and threatening to damage the store where she worked was reduced.

According to court minutes, bond for Richano Vanterio Fisher V, 40, of the 700 block of Shreveport Road, was reduced by 26th Judicial Judge Mike Nerren from $16,000 to $10,000. Bond for the terrorizing charge was set at $9,000 and bond for the disturbing the peace by intoxication charge was set at $1,000.

Minden police chief Steve Cropper says Fisher told her he would come back to the store and hurt her and inflict damage on the business. Officers reported smelling an odor of alcoholic beverages on his breath.

Officer Mitch Hackett and Officer First Class Ben Allen responded to the call on July 16.

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