by Dawne Massey
October 24, 2016
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Fourth District
The NOPD is looking for a package thief.
by Ambria Washington
October 21, 2016
Topics: Fourth District
The NOPD is searching for Yiron Dorsey (DOB: 03-11-1994) to obtain a DNA swab regarding a business burglary that happened at the NORDC Cut-Off Recreation Center.
by Ambria Washington
Categories: Be on the Lookout, Videos
Topics: Fourth District, Homicide
Superintendent Michael Harrison is calling on the community to speak up about the triple shooting reported on Tullis Drive on Thursday (Oct. 20) that left one man dead and two others injured, including a six-month-old male.
by Tyler Gamble
The Orleans Parish Corner's Office has identified the man killed in a triple shooting that happened on Tullis Drive Thursday night (Oct. 21).
by Officer Juan D. Barnes, Sr
The NOPD Homicide Unit is investigating a fatal shooting that occurred tonight (Oct. 20), in the 6100 block of Tullis Drive.
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