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IPhone Theft, Tulane Robberies, Routine Stop Yields Guns, Drugs
In this week's crime beat, a thief was caught on camera trying to pawn a stolen smart phone, three Tulane kids were robbed Saturday afternoon, and a routine stop in Central City yielded two loaded guns.
NOPD: 3 Murders in 4 Hours
New Orleans police investigated three separate murders over the last 12 hours, marking the City's first violent deaths since the Mother's Day shootings. A woman was killed in Algiers Friday evening. After midnight, two people were killed within minutes of each other in the Central City and Florida neighborhoods, police said.
Woman Arrested for Harboring Mother's Day Shooting Suspect
Those who harbored the accused perpetrators of the Mother's Day second line shooting continued to feel the heat of the law on Friday. After arresting four people for providing "aid and comfort" to Akein Scott on Thursday, NOPD arrested 19-year-old Monique Pepe for harboring Scott's big brother Shawn.
Cop Catches Man Firing AK-47
Even a near miss is grounds for an arrest when a cop is around. Kendell Gibson allegedly learned this lesson the hard way on Wednesday in Hollygrove. According to police, Gibson was allegedly firing an AK-47 from a porch in the 3700 block of Monroe St. Around the same time, Officer John Castelin happened to be cruising by.
Akein Scott's Brother, 4 More Arrested in Connection with Mother's Day Shooting (UPDATED)
Akein Scott's brother was also arrested in Sunday's Mother's Day second line shooting, according to police. Speaking at a news conference where the shooting took place at the corner of N. Villere St. and Frenchmen St. in the 7th Ward, NOPD Chief Ronal Serpas said Sean Scott, 24, is also believed to have participated in the shooting. The two Scott brothers are believed to be involved in the Frenchmen and Derbigny Boys gang, Serpas said.
Akein Scott Arrested for Mother's Day Shooting
Akein Scott, the suspect who allegedly fired into a 7th Ward second line parade on Mother's Day, was arrested Wednesday night, according to NOPD. The 19-year-old was picked up in the Little Woods neighborhood, said officer Garry Flot, a police spokesman.
Suspect Confesses to Elysian Fields Murder
Zachary Carpenter was shot and killed on Friday, May 10, and homicide detectives arrested a man today that confessed to the killing. The suspected gunman is 18-year-old Darryl Watson who has been charged with First Degree Murder.
Man Almost Robs Empress Hotel
Early this morning, palmetto bugs weren't the only pests inside the Empress Hotel. A man tried to rob the front desk of the economy establishment (1317 Ursulines Avenue), at 5:47am. Surveillance video captured a picture of the suspect, who is wanted for attempted simple robbery.
Mother's Day Mayhem: 19 Shot in 7th Ward Second Line (Updated)
A Mother’s Day second line turned sinister today when 19 were injured, including a 10-year-old girl, according to preliminary reports. The Original Big Seven second line began at about 1pm at Roman and Elysian Fields, and ended shortly afterwards on N. Villere and Frenchmen, where the shooting occurred at approximately 1:47pm.
NOPD: 110ers Surrender
The 110ers were mostly in custody by the time local law enforcers took to the podium to announce what they called "the most sweeping gang indictment in city history" on Thursday. But a pair eluded the initial roundup of the Central City gang. By Saturday afternoon, however, alleged members Joshua Pittman and Ja'on Jones were behind bars, police said.
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