by Aaron Looney
January 12, 2017
Categories: On Duty
Topics: First District, Good Police Work, Homicide
NOPD Violent Offender Warrant Squad officers today (Jan. 12) arrested Tarik Smith (DOB: 07-15-1991) in connection with the fatal shooting of Joseph Smith that occurred in the 3800 block of D’Hemecourt Street on January 1, 2017.
Topics: Good Police Work, Seventh District
On January 10, 2017, the NOPD arrested Wardell Herrington (DOB: 11-17-1985) on weapon and drug charges during a traffic stop at the intersection of Warfield and Dale streets.
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Good Police Work, Seventh District
The NOPD arrested James Hulitt (DOB: 07-20-89) on January 11, 2017, less than an hour after he allegedly burglarized a residence in the 7900 block of Read Boulevard.
January 10, 2017
Topics: First District, Good Police Work, Third District
The NOPD’s Violent Offender Warrant Squad and U.S. Marshals arrested two suspects today in connection with two separate incidents.
by Dawne Massey
January 9, 2017
Topics: Good Police Work
The Violent Offender Warrant Squad (VOWS) arrested two adults and one juvenile for multiple offenses within the past 24 hours.
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