by Tyler Gamble
December 30, 2016
Categories: Announcement, Videos
Topics: Community Policing, Good Police Work
A new police recruit class starts, a famous NOPD Mounted Division horse retires and NYE safety tips to make sure you have a safe ride home.
by Aaron Looney
December 28, 2016
Categories: On Duty
Topics: Assault/Battery, Good Police Work, Seventh District
The NOPD has arrested Emile Blackburn III (DOB: 02-19-1969) and Emile Blackburn Jr. (DOB: 10-18-1944) in an attempted homicide by shooting that occurred early today (Dec. 28) in the 4700 block of Viola Street.
December 23, 2016
Topics: Good Police Work
The suspect believed to be responsible for hitting and killing a cyclist at North Claiborne and St. Philip Street on November 7 is behind bars today (Dec. 23).
December 22, 2016
Topics: Good Police Work, Homicide, seventh district
On Thursday, December 22, 2016, members of the NOPD’s Violent Offenders Warrant Squad arrested Kyron Theophile (DOB: 12-03-1985) in connection with a homicide that occurred on Dec. 2 in the 7500 block of Forest Glen Road.
December 21, 2016
Topics: Fourth District, Good Police Work
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