by Dawne Massey
December 6, 2016
Categories: On Duty
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Eighth District
NOPD plainclothes detectives on foot patrol on St. Louis Street captured a pickpocket who took a man’s wallet last night (Dec. 5).
by Ambria Washington
December 5, 2016
Topics: Fifth District, Good Police Work
The NOPD arrested Seandell Kelly (DOB: 02/21/1991) on (Nov. 30) after he allegedly sexually assaulted a female victim in an alley on Florida Avenue.
by Tyler Gamble
December 2, 2016
Topics: Good Police Work
NOPD detectives, with the assistance of Louisiana State Police (LSP), have identified and arrested Travon Manuel (DOB: 8-31-96) as the second suspect in the Bourbon Street shooting that happened earlier this week.
The third and final suspect wanted for his involvement in a group that fired gunshots at police in the Fifth District this week is now in custody.
by Aaron Looney
Topics: Eighth District, Good Police Work, Kidnapping
Today (Dec. 2), one of four suspects wanted in a November 17 kidnapping at the intersection of Conti and Dauphine streets turned herself in to NOPD First District officers.
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