TPSO seeks identity of suspects in camper burglary

Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Office is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying the three people shown in the photo.

BR police arrest suspect for Lake Calais murder

Windall Herring, 19, was arrested Tuesday afternoon in connection with the murder of 55-year-old John Bannon. Bannon was found with head injuries in the 1600 block of Lake Calais on Feb.1, around 9:30 p.m.

Detectives looking for woman seen using stolen bank card

The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office is looking for a suspect using a stolen bank card. According to investigators, the victim lost her card at the Racetrac gas station on Siegen Lane in late December of 2013.

UPDATE: 3 arrested for burglary of Skip Bertman's World Series rings, other valuables

UPDATE 2-18-14: Baton Rouge Police Detectives have arrested Moises Marquez, 18 of Baton Rouge, along with two other juveniles, both 16, in connection to the burglary of Skip Bertman's home.

BRPD: investigating armed robbery of a convenience store

Baton Rouge Police are investigating the armed robbery of La Frontera Convenience Store, 11219 Muriel Drive, that occurred yesterday evening around 7:35pm. Two suspects walked into the store with handguns demanding money.

Bail set at $100K for Thibodaux man who intimidated witness

A Thibodaux man has been arrested for allegedly intimidating and robbing a witness.

Operation nabs 16 suspects in Slidell

16 people were arrested in Slidell after a “proactive” operation, involving local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

UPDATE: BRPD: 2 teens arrested in connection to fatal shooting of a teen

Most recent update: Baton Rouge Police Investigators arrested two men connection with the shooting on South 15th. Saturday Police arrested Harold Retana, 18 around 4:30pm.

BRAVE raid puts seven in jail, police say this is only the begining

Seven people are in jail thanks to efforts by the brave team and law enforcement officials say this is just the beginning.

Lawmakers discuss bringing back the electric chair

The state of Louisiana was set to execute 70 year-old Christopher Sepulvado this Wednesday, but he was saved for 90 days by a judge late Monday afternoon.