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The Wrong Man: NOPD Clears Suspect of Quarter Shooting


The New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) says that they got the wrong man in the case of Friday’s (5.29) French Quarter shooting. After identifying 17-year-old Jerry Harris as the suspected gunman and obtaining a warrant for his arrest, police now say that he was not even in the area at the time of the shooting. The warrant has been rescinded.


Suspect ID'd in Central City Shooting


NOPD PIO Garry Flot says that police are searching Damond Washington, a 26 year old with a history of arrests for charges stemming from Aggravated Rape to narcotics in connection with the shooting.


Warrant Issued After Alleged Brutal Domestic Violence


An argument between exes allegedly turned very ugly and ended with a beaten woman laying in the middle of Tulane Avenue. The New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) are now hunting for Brekh Veitenheimer on a warrant for Acts of Domestic Violence (Strangulation).


Bye-Jinx: Durst Arrested Pending Extradition in NOLA


HBO and New Orleans just found another crossover. Shortly before the finale of the cable network’s documentary on Robert Durst, Durst was arrested in the Crescent City. An outstanding Los Angeles County warrant for murder resulted in Durst’s incarceration in OPP pending an extradition hearing.


NOPD Issues Warrant for Darren Sharper on Rape Charges


Updated 2.28 10:30 a.m.

Former Saints player Darren Sharper is already facing rape charges in Los Angeles, and now New Orleans police have charged him in connection with sex crimes. Local detectives and the Orleans Parish District Attorney's office issued an arrest warrant Thursday for Sharper, 38. He faces two counts of aggravated rape, stemming from an incident that occurred in September, 2013, police said.


NOPD Cop Loses Badge Over Bounced Check


A New Orleans cop was fired for dipping below NOPD's moral standards after he bounced a check, and got caught eight years later. Jeremy Wilcox, who worked with the department's Second District, wrote a bad check for more than $2,000 in St. Charles Parish and took his license plate off his truck, the department announced Tuesday.


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