by Dawne Massey
April 3, 2017
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Assault/Battery, Seventh District
The NOPD is looking for Alyshia Meare (DOB: 12-21-1995) as a suspect in an aggravated battery that took place in the 10500 block of Curran Boulevard.
Categories: On Duty
Topics: Good Police Work
NOPD officers made multiple arrests last week including suspects wanted in connection with such offenses as homicide, armed robbery, aggravated assault, home invasion, and possession of narcotics.
by Officer Juan D. Barnes, Sr
April 2, 2017
Topics: Fifth District, Homicide
NOPD is investigating a homicide that took place in a parking lane in the 1800 block of Louisa Street.
Topics: Missing Person/Runaway, Seventh District
The NOPD is searching for a missing juvenile reported from the 13900 block of Curran Road.
April 1, 2017
Topics: Homicide, Seventh District
The NOPD has arrested Malik Clark (DOB: 12/2/1998) in connection with the fatal shooting of 31-year-old Don Minor, which occurred on August 18, 2016 in the 4800 block of Longfellow Street.
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