by Aaron E. Looney
August 21, 2017
Categories: On Duty
Topics: Fourth District, Good Police Work, Missing Person/Runaway
The NOPD on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 arrested Feliciana Winniford (DOB: 02-08-1987) in connection with an aggravated kidnapping of a 22-month-old child that occurred on August 20, 2017 in the 3300 block of Garden Oaks Drive.
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Seventh District, Simple Robbery
The NOPD is seeking to locate and identify a suspect who allegedly stole a necklace from the Cash America Pawn store at 5771 Crowder Boulevard on Friday, August 18, 2017.
by Officer Juan D. Barnes, Sr
Topics: Assault/Battery, First District
The NOPD is investigating a double shooting that left a 32-year-old female and a 30-year-old male injured last night (August 20).
August 20, 2017
Topics: Traffic Fatality/Hit and Run
The NOPD is investigating a fatal vehicle crash that occurred early Sunday morning (August 20, 2017) on U S 90 East near Camp Street Exit.
Topics: Fifth District, Homicide
NOPD is investigating a homicide that took place in the 1800 block of Old Roman Street.
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