by Aaron E. Looney
March 8, 2022
Categories: On Duty
Topics: First District, Good Police Work, Homicide
Today (March 8, 2022), the NOPD upgraded charges against Keriaon Smith (pictured, black female, DOB: 06-02-2002) in the homicide of a six-month-old infant male that occurred on March 5, 2022, in the 1500 block of Saint Louis Street.
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: First District, Homicide, Person of Interest
The NOPD is seeking assistance from the public in identifying and locating a person of interest for questioning in the ongoing investigation of a homicide on February 18, 2022, in the 400 block of South Broad Street.
March 2, 2022
The NOPD is seeking assistance in locating a vehicle of interest in the ongoing investigation of a homicide that occurred on January 15, 2022, on Interstate 10 West at Esplanade Avenue, as well as the occupant(s) of the vehicle at the time of the incident.
February 27, 2022
Topics: First District, Homicide
UPDATE: The third victim in this incident, a female who was hospitalized following the incident for treatment of a gunshot wound, has been pronounced deceased today (February 27, 2022).
February 18, 2022
The NOPD is investigating a homicide that occurred today (February 18, 2022) in the 400 block of South Broad Street that left one person dead.
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