A Caddo Parish grand jury has refused to indict attorney Daryl Gold, who was accused of financial crimes.
The grand jury issued a no true bill after hearing testimony in the case investigated by the Caddo-Shreveport Financial Crimes Unit.
Gold was accused of obtaining credit using his ex-wife’s name and Social Security number. He was charged with identity theft. His arrest happened in July after he argued a motion in a pending capital murder case in Coushatta. “The Louisiana Attorney General’s office and the Caddo district judge who signed his arrest warrant felt like we had enough to pursue the charges,” said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator in a news release. “But the grand jury felt like there wasn’t enough; therefore, the system worked like it is intended to work.”