by Aaron E. Looney
July 1, 2019
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Second District
The NOPD is seeking to locate and identify a subject in the investigation of a theft reported in the 8400 block of Willow Street on June 16, 2019.
by Danielle B. Miller
June 30, 2019
Topics: Eighth District, Homicide
The NOPD is investigating an Eighth District homicide that claimed the life of an adult male.
June 28, 2019
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Seventh District
The NOPD is seeking assistance from the public in locating Marvin King (DOB: 09/01/2000), who is wanted in connection with an attempted auto burglary in the Seventh District.
The NOPD is seeking to locate a vehicle and its occupant(s) in the investigation of multiple vehicle burglaries in the 5700 block of Crowder Boulevard on June 22, 2019.
The NOPD is seeking to locate a vehicle seen in use during the commission of a theft incident on June 17, 2019 in the 4100 block of West Poche Street, as well as those responsible for the incident.
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