Thief steals single mom’s Christmas gifts, furniture

Thursday, 18 December 2014 18:03
LAFAYETTE — A thief reportedly got away with a single mother’s Christmas gifts in a daytime burglary Thursday on Lebesque Road, KATC-TV reported. The woman returned home around 5:30 p.m. to find her back door kicked in and the gifts for her niece and 1-year-old son missing, along with a TV, Nintendo Wii, iPad Mini, a class ring and a table with chairs, the Lafayette Parish Sheriff’s Office said. She left home that day at…
Florida's 'Prison Houdini' set to make his 1st legal escape
Thursday, 18 December 2014 18:02
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Had Mark DeFriest just waited a couple of months to collect his inheritance, he never would have gone to prison. Had he just
Father, son arrested after cops find meth paraphernalia inside 'John's Man Cave,' website reports
Thursday, 18 December 2014 18:02
A father and son from Washington Parish were arrested this week after sheriff's office deputies allegedly found paraphernalia used to cook methamphetamine in their home, according
Thursday, 18 December 2014 18:01
It became a running joke last year when the microphones on the field repeatedly picked up Peyton Manning barking “Omaha” at the line of scrimmage during a Denver Broncos game. The call became so synonymous with the quarterback that Manning can now be heard yelling the catchphrase in commercials. After the Broncos beat the Patriots in the playoffs last year, the Omaha Chamber of Commerce tweeted a video of Manning yelling the phrase against a…
Alleged thieves saw green in stolen Blue Dog paintings, authorities say
Thursday, 18 December 2014 18:01
The Blue Dog painting that authorities say was stolen by a local man recently.Jarred Tervalon and Jared Thomas apparently saw green when they looked at the Blue Dog. The two New Orleans men were arrested last week after they allegedly tried to sell a valuable but stolen piece of art depicting the signature blue canine with white snout and yellow eyes made famous by the late artist George Rodrigue.
Judge: No bond for Darren Sharper co-defendant
Thursday, 18 December 2014 18:00
NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - A federal judge denied bond for a former St. Bernard Parish sheriff's deputy indicted in connection with the Darren Sharper rape case. A lawyer for Brandon Licciardi argued that as a former deputy with no prior record, Licciardi should be presumed innocent. On Dec. 12, a federal grand jury indicted Licciardi and former New Orleans Saint Darren Sharper. Licciardi is charged with distributing drugs with the intent to commit rape,…
$50,000 reward goes uncollected in armored car driver murder
Thursday, 18 December 2014 18:00
NEW ORLEANS, LA (WVUE) - The family of a slain armored car driver is reaching out to the public for help in solving his murder - exactly one year later. Despite a number of promising leads, authorities have made no arrests. "He loved everyone around him," said Hector Trochez's cousin, Sofia Zelaya. "He was passionate about life, and his job and his family." That family is still searching for answers. Three gunmen in an orchestrated…
Schedler, administration reach agreement over document storage
Thursday, 18 December 2014 17:59
The Office of Group Benefits and Sec. of State Tom Schedler have reached an agreement to allow OGB to archive files containing personal health information in
Politics blog: La.’s incoming 5th, 6th District reps begin naming top aides
Thursday, 18 December 2014 17:02
Garret Graves, who was elected earlier this month to represent the Baton Rouge-centered 6th District, has named Louisiana Department of Economic Development federal programs director Paul Sawyer as his chief of staff, according to a news release. Sawyer is leaving his post at LED for the job with Graves. He previously served as chief of staff for former 6th District Congressman Richard Baker. To read the complete blog entry, please click here.
Group Benefits records destruction flap ends
Thursday, 18 December 2014 17:02
A dispute between Secretary of State Tom Schedler and the state Office of Group Benefits over records retention has been resolved. Schedler and Commissioner of Administration Kristy Nichols announced the agreement late Thursday ending a flap over improper records destruction. The agreement maintains the microfilm archives required by the Secretary of State. But it allows OGB — the state health insurance program — to archive files that contain personal health information in facility which complies…

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