September 2015 Archives

After shooting, Louisiana pastor is charged with a crime

An unusual case has made headlines in Louisiana, after an Algiers pastor confronted a man who was stealing copper from an area church. The pastor, who was formerly a New Orleans police officer, shot the man and was charged with a crime in connection with that shooting. A scheduled court date was recently vacated in the matter, for the purpose of giving the prosecution and defense a chance to discuss a plea deal.

Man charged with a crime in fake kidnapping

An unusual case has led to the arrest of a man who appears to have made a number of unwise decisions in an attempt to gain the attention of his former wife. The man, 42 years of age, is alleged to have faked his own kidnapping. Louisiana authorities also believe that he bombed the home of his ex and violated a restraining order. He has been arrested and is being charged with a crime in relation to all of these events.

4 charged with a crime in fast food assault

An unusual case has garnered a great deal of media attention in Louisiana. An altercation at a McDonald's drive-thru window turned violent and led to the arrest of four young women who are now charged with a crime in the matter. While the investigation into the incident is ongoing, the entire incident may have been the result of a youthful prank that went too far.

2 Louisiana residents charged with a crime

After an investigation into multiple vehicle break-ins, Louisiana authorities have made two arrests. A 19-year-old man and an unidentified juvenile have been taken into custody and charged with a crime. The alleged crimes took place in the Shreveport area, which is also where both of the accused individuals reside.

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