by Dawne Massey
December 29, 2016
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Fourth District, Sexual Assault
The NOPD is searching for an unknown black male wanted in connection to a sexual assault that occurred last night (Dec. 28) in the 700 block of Patterson Drive in the Fourth District.
December 28, 2016
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Fourth District
NOPD is looking for a suspect in connection to a vehicle burglary that took place at a store in the 2600 block of General DeGaulle Drive.
by Aaron Looney
Topics: Fourth District, Missing Person/Runaway
The NOPD is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a juvenile who has been reported as missing.
by Ambria Washington
December 27, 2016
Topics: Armed Robbery, Fourth District
The NOPD has identified Kennerd Kizzie Florant (DOB: 3-3-80) as the perpetrator in an armed robbery incident that occurred on Monday (Dec. 26).
Numerous suspects burglarized a business in the 3800 block of General Degaulle Drive on December 23, 2016. The NOPD is requesting assistance from the public in locating and identifying these individuals.
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