CrimeTracker

NOPD: 11-year-old killed after being shot in the head; second girl, man injured

An 11-year-old girl was killed and a second young girl and man are in the hospital following an overnight shooting at a home in New Orleans.

Two arrested, one seriously injured following meth lab explosion at The Villas

Two people have been arrested and a third was hospitalized following an explosion at an apartment complex.

Road rage on I-12 ends with shooting in gas station parking lot

A man was arrested for shooting a man in the leg for what is believed to be an extreme case of road rage.

Execution approved for man who beat, scalded stepson to death

Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell announced today that the U.S.

Two Houston men accused of trying to sell synthetic marijuana at Louisiana casino

On August 23, at approximately 8:00 a.m., Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies conducted a stop on a car traveling eastbound on I-10 between Vinton and Sulphur for a traffic violation.

Couple charged with child desertion after leaving son alone to steal a bike

A man and woman were arrested for child desertion after they allegedly left their son at a skate park while they allegedly stole another child’s bike.

Registered sex offender, woman, arrested for forcing 9-year-old boy to participate in sexual activity

A Lake Charles couple was arrested for allegedly forcing a 9-year-old boy to participate with them in sexual activity.

Person of interest for murder of woman found shot dead by investigators

A man was found shot to death night and believe he is responsible for shooting and killing a woman hours prior to his death.

Couple arrested for making meth in apartment; 5-year-old child placed into protective custody

A couple is accused of operating a meth lab out of their apartment on Jefferson Highway. The couple's 5-year-old child was located in the home when the illegal drugs were discovered.

Fugitive wanted by multiple law enforcement agencies captured in New Orleans

The hunt for a fugitive wanted by multiple law enforcement agencies has ended in New Orleans, announced Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell.