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Jan 1- 7: Shot for Pot, Ideal Mart Robbed, Graffiti Arrest
In this week's rundown of wrongdoing, there was a shooting in the 9th Ward, a man was robbed in the Riverbend, and the Ideal Mart in Mid-City was held up. Read on for more crime bits.
Man Shot on Westbank; Suspect Wanted in Shooting Over Phone Charger
Around 8p.m. last night, NOPD responded to a “man down” call in the 1100 block of Thayer Street on the Westbank. Officers found an unidentified male in the middle of the road, suffering a gunshot wound to the head. The victim passed away at the scene.
Hackers Steal Card Numbers From Local Restaurant
NOLA may play host to charity hack-a-thons these days, but an area restaurant experienced a few lines of code with no good cause in mind. Mizado Cocina was targeted by hackers who broke into their point of sale system to steal credit card companies. The newest eatery from Semolina’s founders The Taste Buds, found themselves at the forefront of cyber-war (literally) working alongside the Secret Service.
Prof Serpas! Ex-Chief to Teach at Loyola
Ronal Serpas' job hunt was brief. He retired as NOPD Superintendant yesterday. Today, Loyola announced that the former-Chief will be teaching classes in the fall. In a statement issued this morning, Loyola touts the ex-Chief's Ph.D. in criminology as much as his experience running the NOPD, Washington State Patrol, and Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.
Two More Arrests in Burgundy Street Shooting
Two more suspects have been apprehended in connection with the August 10th shooting that killed two people including a 16-year-old girl and wounded five others including a two-year-old boy and a four-year-old boy. The collars were a joint effort between the NOPD Violent Offenders Warrant Squad and the U.S. Marshalls. One of the two men apprehended is a suspected shooter.
Police Hunt Suspects in Kidnapping, Sexual Assault
Police are launching a manhunt for two suspects in a particularly heinous crime. NOPD are searching for a pair of individuals who allegedly kidnapped a 19 year old woman early Sunday (8.17) morning. They say that following the kidnapping, the victim was taken to Kenner where she was sexually assaulted.
NOPD Chief Serpas Resigns
Controversial Tenure Ends, Harrison in Interim
NOPD Superintendent Ronal Serpas resigned today. Lt. Michael Harrison, Commander of the Seventh District, will take the reigns as Interim Police Superintendent.
Two Missing for a Week, NOPD Search
NOPD are searching for two individuals missing in as many incidents. 57 yr. old Thomas Gremillion has been nearly a week. His truck was found in the Bywater, but his whereabouts are unknown. After leaving for the beauty parlor last week, 15 yr. old Jamie Washington has not been seen either.
Not for Teacher: Educator Busted for Drugs
A Plaquemines Parish school teacher and his roommate are headed for some serious detention after an inter-agency operation ended with a drug bust at their residence. Three different agencies coordinated to follow up on a tip about the educator and ultimately discovered a criminal stash of heroin, acid, 'shrooms, and weed at an uptown residence.
Ferguson Fallout Hits Home
New Orleanians Gather in CBD to Protest MO Shooting
On Thursday evening, New Orleanians gathered in Lafayette Square to protest the shooting of Mike Brown, an unarmed 18 year old shot and killed in Ferguson, MO by police officer, Darren Wilson. The protest was one of many across the country organized through social media by @feministajones and the hacktivist group Anonymous under the hashtag #nmos14. The New Orleans event was peaceful and there was little tension with local authorities.
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