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Two other armed robberies were reported overnight. [Read More]
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The man suffered "undisclosed injuries related to his fall." [Read More]
Police say James Alex Fields Jr., 20, drove car into crowd at white nationalist rally... [Read More]
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Authorities say Allen Joseph, 55, hosted the party Saturday into Sunday, giving the three juveniles alcohol and allowing them "to become severely intoxicated." [Read More]
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Other reported crimes include a Lower 9th Ward armed robbery involving four suspects, and a French Quarter robbery in which the suspect first tried to... [Read More]
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Police say the stolen brass had a value of nearly $16,000. [Read More]
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The Orleans Parish Coroner's Office identified the man as Terrance Johnson. [Read More]
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Travis Castell was picked up in the 2100 block of St. Ferdinand Street. [Read More]
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Lawrence Guimont's body was found near where his overturned boat was first discovered. [Read More]
Almost 80 percent of surveyed NOPD officers thought the chief was leading the department in the right direction. [Read More]
A woman with a gun walked in the restaurant, 500 City Park Ave., shortly after 2 a.m. [Read More]
The kidnapping was reported in the 14700 block of Chef Menteur Highway. [Read More]
Wade Gaines, 54, was booked into Orleans Justice Center jail early Tuesday morning. [Read More]
The victim is a part-time employee at Love Lutheran Church, 3730 MacArthur Blvd. [Read More]
"My city has let me down. They let this man down, that this was his alternative." [Read More]
Taffaro's plea came during an arraignment hearing Friday... [Read More]
The female victim was walking along the 800 block of Governor Nicholls. [Read More]
The man was in the backyard of a home in the 2200 block of Dauphine Street. [Read More]
The car was reported stolen July 20 in Orleans Parish. [Read More]
A man was shot at Caffin Avenue and North Rampart Street in the Lower 9th Ward Thursday afternoon (July 27), according to a 2:26 p.m.... [Read More]
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