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VOWS Unit Apprehends Four Wanted for Multiple Offenses

by Dawne Massey

March 29, 2017

Categories: On Duty

Topics: Good Police Work

VOWS Unit Apprehends Four Wanted for Multiple Offenses

The NOPD’s Violent Offender Warrant Squad (VOWS) unit apprehended four additional wanted suspects today. Charges included such violent offenses as armed robbery, attempted rape, home invasion and aggravated assault.


Teddy Nathan (DOB: 8/28/1998) for armed robbery with a firearm. The incident occurred in the 4800 block of Downman Road on February 14, 2017. Nathan was also arrested for aggravated assault with a firearm, burglary, battery and two counts of robbery, all of which occurred under separate incidents. He was apprehended in the 500 block of Ptolemy Street. A Glock Model 26 semi -automatic handgun was also confiscated.


Kevin Payton (DOB: 3/30/1968) for attempted second degree rape, simple battery, and simple criminal damage to property. Payton was apprehended in the 1800 block of Canal Street, and the incident took place in the 1800 Block of Canal Street on March 17, 2017.


Osheenana Daniels (DOB: 10/23/1979) for home invasion and simple burglary. The incident occurred in the 2000 block of Elizardi Boulevard on March 16, 2017, and Daniels was arrested in the 1500 block of Shirley Drive. (photo not available)


Leroy Day (DOB: 12/17/65) for aggravated battery by cutting. Day was apprehended today in the 5000 block of Burgundy Street. The incident took place at Old Gentilly Road and Louisa Street on March 24, 2017.



About VOWS

The Violent Offender Warrant Squad (VOWS) is responsible for tracking down individuals who are wanted for serious crimes and apprehending suspects with outstanding warrants. This unit operates within the NOPD’s Special Operations Division and works in conjunction with the United States Marshals Office Fugitive Task Force. In 2016 the unit was responsible for more than 500 arrests.