by Ambria Washington
October 5, 2016
Categories: On Duty
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Fourth District, Good Police Work
NOPD Fourth District officers arrested Johnathon Guidry (DOB: 9-4-1985) today (Oct. 5) after he was caught on surveillance video taking equipment from a backyard shed in the 300 block of Belleville Street.
by Tyler Gamble
September 29, 2016
Topics: Community Policing, Good Police Work, Sixth District
NOPD Sixth District officers arrested Mark Rayfield (DOB: 2-2-1988) on Wednesday (Sept. 28) after the Multi-Agency Gang (MAG) Unit received information that he was armed in the area of Thalia and Simon Bolivar Streets.
by Aaron Looney
September 27, 2016
Topics: Good Police Work, Sixth District
NOPD First District officers arrested Sean Devitt (DOB: 01-19-1991) yesterday (Sept. 27) after he was caught burglarizing a home in the 3500 block of Iberville Street.
by NOPD PIO
September 20, 2016
Topics: Assault/Battery, Fifth District, Good Police Work
The NOPD has arrested Edwardnisha Raiford (DOB: 09/27/93) for her role in a fight that left a 9-month-old baby injured.
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Good Police Work
NOPD officers quickly apprehended and arrested Kirk Severin (DOB: 8/9/1959) this morning (Sept. 20) after he was seen stealing items from residences along Aurora Drive.
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