Settlement talks have recently broken down between the West Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office (WBRSO), Deputy Vance Matranga, several officers from the Port Allen Police Department, and a man who claims he suffered a broken leg due to their actions.
An 11-year-old girl and her mother were arrested after the child brought marijuana-laced gummy candies to school and shared them with her classmates, according to the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office.
His life ended Saturday, Sept. 7 when an unidentified man entered the building where he was working as a clerk and fatally shot him before robbing the store, according to police. An investigation to identify the shooter remains ongoing.
Narcotics agents in Hancock County just uncovered what they’re calling “an extensive marijuana growing operation” on Rotten Bayou Road. They also believe this same operation may be the source of vaping products that have been turning up in the hands of local high school students.
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The Denham Springs Police Department is still looking for a man accused of scamming an elderly woman out of money by tricking her into thinking she owed him money for work he never performed on her house.
Deputies with the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office are currently looking for two people accused of stealing hundreds of dollars of fishing gear from a home in the Shenandoah area and thousands of dollars worth of tools from a shed on Brunswick Avenue.
A 17-month-old female victim of a shooting in Midland-Odessa was flown to University Medical Center after a shooting that killed at least five people and injured 21 others.The family released a statement Sunday afternoon, updating the child’s condition.
The Baton Rouge Police Department and other local law enforcement agencies will use new technology to help protect schoolchildren thanks to a recently announced grant from the Department of Justice (DOJ).