Three robberies, a home invasion, and an assault were reported in Uptown neighborhoods this week, according to information released by the New Orleans Police Department. A 25-year old man was robbed early Wednesday (Feb 22) at St. Charles Avenue and Jackson, according to police. At about 1:30 a.m., the victim was approached by three men who pushed him to the ground before taking his property and fleeing. Two women and a man were victims in a home invasion on Tuesday (Feb 21) around 3 p.m. in Central City.
Three armed robberies, two stabbings, a shooting and a home invasion were reported in Uptown neighborhoods during the past week, according to the New Orleans Police Department. Stabbing: A stabbing was reported at Second and Freret streets in Central City at about 6:30 a.m. on Monday (Nov. 14). Police did not have further details of the incident. Home invasion: A woman was arrested in a home invasion early Sunday (Nov.
A double shooting, a carjacking and a stabbing were reported this week in Uptown neighborhoods. The shooting on Thursday (Sept. 22) left two men injured. The victims, ages 41 and 32, were in the 3300 block of Saratoga Street at about 9:45 p.m. when several gunmen opened fire, police said. The 41-year-old refused medical treatment.
Two men were shot and a blind man was stabbed in Uptown neighborhoods on Sunday (Aug. 22), the New Orleans Police Department reported. A 21-year-old man was injured Sunday evening in the 2600 block of Philip Street, between Robertson and Magnolia streets. The gunman drove up in car and opened fire, striking the victim. The gunman fled, and the man was taken to the hospital by the Emergency Medical Service.
An armed robbery and three stabbings were reported in Uptown neighborhoods over the Fourth of July weekend, according to the New Orleans Police Department. The armed robbery took place Monday morning (July 4). A man and a woman were walking in the 2000 block of St. Andrew Street at 11:30 p.m., when two men held them at gunpoint demanding their belongings. After the woman gave over her purse and the man surrendered his phone and wallet, one of the assailants hit the woman in the face.
A carjacking, an armed robbery and a stabbing were among the crimes reported by police in the Uptown neighborhoods over the holiday weekend. A 60-year-old man was stabbed in Hoffman Triangle early Tuesday (May 31). The man and a woman were arguing on the 3500 block of Second Street at 12:20 a.m. when the woman stabbed the man in his upper left thigh and fled. The victim was taken to the local hospital. On Saturday (May 28) in the middle of the day, a 62-year-old woman was carjacked in the Irish Channel.
One. suspect is booked and another is sought in two recent violent crimes committed in Uptown neighborhoods. An argument between two women in a Central City home turned physical early Monday (April 25), the New Orleans Police Department reported. The women were fighting in in the 2400 block of Clara Street at about 12:30 a.m. when one armed herself with a knife and stabbed the 29-year-old victim. Officers were called to the home and booked Misty Morris, 38, with aggravated battery, false imprisonment and domestic abuse battery, police said.
Five men were injured early Mardi Gras morning (March 1) in a stabbing at The Boot, a popular bar on Broadway near the Tulane University campus. The trouble started when a 38-year-old bar patron was stopped when attempting to re-enter the bar at about 7:35 a.m. A fight began after he was escorted out, police said. Five men suffered non-life-threatening cuts during the altercation. Two of the victims are 21, and the others are 26, 31 and 39. No arrests have been made, the NOPD stated in a Wednesday morning report, adding that the investigation is ongoing.
The NOPD is investigating a fatal stabbing that occurred Tuesday (Feb. 1) in Hollygrove.. At around 9:25 p.m., NOPD Second District officers responded to a house in the 8700 block of Apricot Street for a domestic disturbance call. Upon arrival officers found a man inside the home suffering from multiple stab wounds. The New Orleans Emergency Medical Service pronounced him dead at the scene. Homicide Detective Brittney Kimbrough is in charge of the ongoing investigation and can be reached at 504-658-5300 or call anonymously to Crimestoppers of Greater New Orleans at 504-822-1111 or toll-free.
New Orleans Police Department crime reports show a rash of vehicle thefts and carjackings over the past week, with multiple incidents in the Lower Garden District and on or near South Carrollton Avenue. Shoppers were targeted in robberies at Costco on Carrollton and the Magnolia Marketplace on South Claiborne Avenue. Two stabbings and a shooting were also reported in Uptown neighborhoods. Stabbing: A woman cut another woman’s ear Monday (Nov. 15) at a Lower Garden District park, according to a police report.