A 37-year-old man was shot to death Monday afternoon on the porch of a General Ogden Street home in west Carrollton, New Orleans police said.
A 58-year-old man was arrested Sunday afternoon after stabbing another man with a pocket knife during an argument on St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans police said.
A man’s body was found floating in the Mississippi River on Sunday afternoon, and his cause of death remains unclassified, New Orleans police said.
When construction is finished on the major section of Napoleon Avenue from South Claiborne to near St. Charles Avenue — expected by the end of the year — the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to build a walking path down the center of the neutral ground similar to that in Broadmoor, but to narrow the neutral ground by nine feet to make room for new bike lanes in the street in each direction.
One man was shot in the leg Monday near Jackson Avenue in Central City, and another man was shot in the arm a few hours later about six blocks away on Danneel Street, New Orleans police said.
New Orleans police are searching for a man caught on security camera entering a closed business on Magazine Street in the Lower Garden District and removing the cash from its register, authorities said.
An armed carjacker held his victim inside his own vehicle until he managed to escape Friday morning, New Orleans police said.
The 25-year-old man fatally shot on Thursday inside a Walmsley Street home while police say his girlfriend was playing with a gun has been identified, though the coroner said he is continuing to review evidence in the case.
Tulane University police will conduct an active-shooter training exercise inside the Reily Student Center on the evening of June 26 that will also involve a test of the campus’s outdoor-warning sirens, officials said.
Meanwhile, they are continuing to investigate the armed robbery of a woman in Broadmoor, a purse-snatching on South Carrollton Avenue, and a late-night incident where a man’s wallet was taken on Constance Street.
New Orleans police are seeking the public’s help in identifying two women they want to question in connection with a robbery over the weekend on Baronne Street in Central City, authorities said.
One of the chief headaches one gets from monitoring the news cycle relates to the fact that it isn’t self-correcting. A tiny seed of disinformation grows to become a sturdy tree of conventional wisdom.
This is what happened with the so-called “Stand Your Ground” (SYG) laws following the shooting of Treyvon Martin in Florida by George Zimmerman. Most recently, it was criticized in a recent column by Jarvis DeBerry after being invoked by Algiers Pastor W.L.T. Littleton, who is accused of shooting a fleeing copper thief in the back of the head.