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A woman in New York City left a nightclub in late 2010 to meet some friends for tacos. While she was walking to the restaurant in the Queens neighborhood of Jackson Heights, a man pulled up beside her in a dark-colored car and began talking to her.
Have you seen this missing woman? Jennifer Broussard, 28, vanished nearly a week ago after last being sighted around the 2200 block of Ursulines Avenue (New Orleans). Her mother last spoke to her a day prior to this, and told authorities that
Lewis TriceEdneyWire.com A federal appeals court in New Orleans has overturned the conviction of former New Orleans police officer David Warren, one of the former cops tried and convicted of an assortment of charges related to the murder of Henry
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Associated Press Details of a sweeping agreement to clean up the troubled New Orleans Police Department were heard Friday by a federal judge who must approve the reforms, some of the widest
Jordan Flaherty In an historic verdict with national implications, five New Orleans police officers were convicted on Friday of civil rights violations for killing unarmed African Americans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and could face life in
A man was shot to death early Friday morning in Broadmoor, New Orleans police said.Officers who responded to a call of a man down about 6:37 a.m. found the victim alongside an abandoned house in the 3500 block of Gen.
An always eclectic and rollicking music scene has been joined by a vibrant artistic renaissance spurred both by local artists and hundreds of transplants from other parts of the United States who have moved here in recent years to take part in the
Department Of Justice Declares New Orleans Police Force A Threat To The Safety Of The Public Posted by JacobSloan on April 26, 2011 Police in the US now rival criminals, and exceed terrorists as the greatest threat to the American public...In short,
The horrors of its criminal justice system from decades before Hurricane Katrina and up to now lie somewhere between, with little exaggeration, Candide and Stalin's Gulags. New Orleans has the highest incarceration rate of any city in the United
Trying to shake loose an early copy of the Justice Department's long-awaited report on the New Orleans Police Department was fruitless last week, unearthing only the comment from one city official who hadn't seen it yet that "we hear it's pretty