by Aaron Looney
November 2, 2016
Categories: Be on the Lookout
Topics: Armed Robbery, Assault/Battery, Fifth District
The NOPD is seeking two individuals as persons of interest in connection with an attempted armed robbery that involved a shooting that occurred on August 17, 2016 at the Quicky’s convenience store at 1535 Franklin Avenue.
by Dawne Massey
Topics: Burglary/Theft, Seventh District
On October 28, 2016, a number of residents in the Seventh District experienced a rude awakening.
by Tyler Gamble
The Abramson Sci Academy Marching Commodores Band will dedicate its halftime performance in honor of fallen NOPD Officer Natasha Hunter on Thursday (Nov. 3).
by Ambria Washington
Categories: Community, Videos
Topics: Community Policing
NOPD Detective Winston Harbin is ready to take on WWL-TV Anchor Mike Hoss in what promises to be an epic dance battle.
Categories: On the Beat
Topics: Modernizing Policing
The NOPD has cut response times for emergency calls for service by more than 60 percent in 2016, and one of the ways it’s making that happen is by taking calls over the phone.
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