by Dawne Massey
February 27, 2017
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: First District, Homicide
The NOPD is investigating a homicide in the 1700 block of Columbus.
by Aaron E. Looney
February 20, 2017
Topics: Burglary/Theft, First District
A vehicle burglary occurred on February 14, 2017 in the 2500 block of St. Louis Street, and the NOPD is seeking assistance in identifying and locating a suspect in this incident.
February 19, 2017
The NOPD is investigating a fatal double shooting that occurred today (February 19, 2017) in the 1500 block of Canal Street.
February 17, 2017
Categories: On the Beat, Videos
Topics: Community Policing, First District
Working as the administrative supervisor for the NOPD’s First District, Sgt. Zenia Smith-Williams wears many hats in her day-to-day duties.
by Ambria R. Washington
February 14, 2017
The NOPD is seeking assistance in locating a woman who was seen stealing diapers and hair bows from the Dollar General.
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