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2 Louisiana Deputies Shot Serving Felony Warrant

June 23, 2016
Two Ouachita Parish, LA, deputies were shot early Thursday morning while attempting to serve a felony warrant with U.S. Marshals.

Video: Louisiana Officer Shot, Killed on Pedestrian Stop

June 22, 2016
What started as a pedestrian stop in Harvey's Pebble Walk neighborhood ended in the fatal shooting of a Jefferson Parish (LA) Sheriff's Office deputy Wednesday afternoon, a JPSO spokesman said.

Louisiana Officer Shot, Killed on Pedestrian Stop

June 22, 2016
What started as a pedestrian stop in Harvey's Pebble Walk neighborhood ended in the fatal shooting of a Jefferson Parish (LA) Sheriff's Office deputy Wednesday afternoon, a JPSO spokesman said. More Here.

Cajun Captain Clay Higgins to Box for Charity

June 17, 2016
Clay Higgins, who gained fame in his Crime Stoppers videos as a captain with the St. Landry Parish (LA) Sheriff's Office, will be participating in a charity event that pits police officers and fire fighters against each other in the boxing ring.

Louisiana Officer Killed in Crash

June 9, 2016
An on-duty Winnsboro (LA) Police Department officer was killed in a one-vehicle car crash while responding to a call on Louisiana State Highway 4.

New Orleans Officer Dies from Crash Injuries, Driver Expected to Face Charges

June 7, 2016
New Orleans Police officer Natasha Hunter, 32, died Tuesday afternoon of injuries she suffered early Sunday morning when a suspected drunk driver hit her while she investigated a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 10 shoulder near the Esplanade Avenue exit, New Orleans police said.

New Orleans Officer Gravely Injured in I-10 Crash

June 6, 2016
A New Orleans Police Department officer was working an auto accident on I-10 this weekend when she was struck by a vehicle reportedly driven by a motorist under the influence of alcohol and gravely injured, according to New Orleans Police Department Superintendent Michael Harrison. More Here.

Video: New Orleans Officer Gravely Injured in I-10 Crash

June 6, 2016
A New Orleans Police Department officer was working an auto accident on I-10 this weekend when she was struck by a vehicle reportedly driven by a motorist under the influence of alcohol and gravely injured, according to New Orleans Police Department Superintendent Michael Harrison.

Louisiana Corporal Dies of Apparent Heart Attack

June 1, 2016
The Rapides Parish (LA) Sheriff's Office posted on its Facebook page that Corporal Robert Johnson died Tuesday evening of an apparent heart attack while loading his patrol unit at the start of his shift.

Louisiana to Pass 'Blue Lives Matter' Bill

May 23, 2016
Louisiana is set to approve a bill that would expand the state's hate-crimes statute to add the targeting of police officers, firefighters, and emergency medical services personnel.

Captain Clay Higgins Running for Political Office

May 17, 2016
The former St. Landry Parish Sheriff's spokesman who became famous on Crime Stoppers videos says he will host a campaign kickoff rally next Thursday in Lafayette to officially launch his bid for office.

New Orleans Officer Shot at in Patrol Car

May 2, 2016
The New Orleans Police Department is trying to find out who shot at an officer while he was sitting in a car in New Orleans East.

Louisiana Legislature Considers Hate Crime Protections for Police, Firefighters

April 25, 2016
Louisiana would be among the first states to make it a hate crime to target police officers and firefighters, if legislation that is being pushed at the State Capitol this session is successful.

5 Former New Orleans Officers Plead Guilty to Charges from Katrina Shootings

April 21, 2016
The five former NOPD officers accused of shooting unarmed men following Hurricane Katrina in 2005 pleaded guilty at their re-arraignment hearing, Wednesday.

Video: Louisiana Officer Resigns Following Water Rescue

March 21, 2016
The officer tried to rescue the family, but soon found himself needing to be rescued after the rushing water pushed his police SUV off the road.

Louisiana Officer Resigns Following Water Rescue

March 21, 2016
The officer tried to rescue the family, but soon found himself needing to be rescued after the rushing water pushed his police SUV off the road. More Here.

Cajun Captain Clay Higgins Takes New Law Enforcement Job

March 19, 2016
Clay Higgins, the man popularly known as the ‘Cajun John Wayne,’ was sworn in Wednesday as a reserve deputy for the Lafayette, LA, city marshal.

Louisiana Sheriff’s Deputies Raid Police Department, Find Money and Drugs Missing

March 19, 2016
The sheriff said his agency’s undercover drug investigations in the area over the past few years, which have resulted in dozens of arrests, have been hampered by interference from the Grand Isle force.

Louisiana Captain from Popular Anti-Crime Videos Resigns After Disagreement with Sheriff

February 29, 2016
Clay Higgins, the charismatic Sheriff's captain who put St. Landry Parish (LA) Crime Stoppers on the international map with his viral videos, has resigned from the Sheriff's Office after a disagreement with the sheriff over the tone of his videos. More Here.

Video: Louisiana Captain from Popular Anti-Crime Videos Resigns After Disagreement with Sheriff

February 29, 2016
Clay Higgins, the charismatic Sheriff's captain who put St. Landry Parish (LA) Crime Stoppers on the international map with his viral videos, has resigned from the Sheriff's Office after a disagreement with the sheriff over the tone of his videos.
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