by Dawne Massey
December 8, 2016
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: First District, Traffic Fatality/Hit and Run
The NOPD is investigating the death of a pedestrian last night (Dec. 7).
by Aaron Looney
December 7, 2016
Topics: First District, Homicide
The NOPD is seeking assistance from the public in gathering information regarding the homicide of Tyre Smith (DOB 05-24-1998), whose body was discovered in the 1700 block of St. Ann Street on December 4, 2016.
December 4, 2016
The NOPD is investigating a homicide that occurred this morning (Dec. 4) in the 1700 block of St. Ann Street.
December 2, 2016
Topics: Community Policing, First District
The last time First District Officer Nakeisha Barnes saw her mother she was standing under some trees outside of the family’s church on a spring day in 1993.
November 30, 2016
NOPD is investigating a homicide that happened today (Nov. 30) in the First District.
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