This Thursday (Oct. 12), Propeller and the Broadmoor Improvement Association will co-host a panel discussion about activism and action, past and present, in the Hoffman Triangle, Zion City, Broadmoor, Gert Town, and Central City neighborhoods.
Entitled “Our Neighborhoods Part III: The History of Activism and Action”, the discussion will take place at Propeller, located at 4035 Washington Ave.
A suspected peeping tom believed to have been involved in several voyeurism incidents in the Uptown area was caught on surveillance camera, and investigators are hoping the public can help identify him, New Orleans police said.
A man was shot in the arm on Toledano Street on Saturday afternoon, New Orleans police said.
Hurricane Nate’s winds were 90 mph Saturday morning and the fast-moving storm was expected to strengthen further to a Category 2 storm before making landfall overnight on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, and the city of New Orleans said it would be enforcing a mandatory curfew starting at 7 p.m.
A unknown man was seen outside a female college student’s bedroom window on Burthe Street on at several different occasions over the last few days, Tulane police said.
A woman’s car was taken from her at gunpoint at midday Wednesday in Central City, New Orleans police said.
A cat who lived outside the Zeus’ Place animal daycare was fatally shot by a driver on Cadiz Street early Wednesday morning, prompting the owner to plead for the public’s help in identifying the gunman caught on video and for animal activists to offer a $1,000 reward.
One man was arrested on charges of possession of marijuana and heroin, and another couple was arrested on possession of drugs and several guns, New Orleans police said.
A South Claiborne Avenue pedestrian broke the widely-known prohibition against going to the Taco Bell drive-through window on foot last week, then took the violation a few steps further by breaking the window and stealing part of the cash register out of it, New Orleans police said.
Three men were arrested Wednesday morning in connection with a bank robbery earlier this month on the Westbank while allegedly preparing to commit another one on South Carrollton Avenue, New Orleans police said — thanks to a tip of suspicious activity at a house on Cohn Street.