by Dawne Massey
December 2, 2016
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Sixth District
NOPD arrested Jaymalias Falls (DOB: 10-18-96) for attempted simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling and two counts of illegal possession of stolen things.
Categories: On Duty
Topics: Homicide, Sixth District
The NOPD has made an arrest in the October homicide of Charmaine Scott.
by Tyler Gamble
December 1, 2016
NOPD Homicide Detectives have identified Bryan “Butter” Rogers (DOB: 9-18-85) as the suspect believed to be responsible for shooting and killing 24-year-old Russel Frank at the intersection of Loyola Avenue and Foucher Street on Nov. 11.
by Aaron Looney
November 30, 2016
Topics: Assault/Battery, Sixth District
NOPD Sixth District detectives have obtained a photo of a vehicle they believe was involved in a shooting that happened today (Nov 30) at the intersection of South Liberty and St. Andrew Streets.
The NOPD is looking for multiple suspects in connection to a shooting that took place yesterday (Nov. 29) in the Sixth District.
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