CrimeTracker

14-year-old boy arrested for threatening violence against students in online chat room

A 14-year-old boy is being held on a $100,000 bond after he admitted to making threats of mass violence in an online chat room.

Two arrested at post office after receiving large package containing MDMA

Two men have been arrested after going to a post office in Breaux Bridge and picking up a package containing over 28 ounces of MDMA, otherwise known as "Molly".

Three men arrested at Baton Rouge Airport for attempting to smuggle 72 lbs of cocaine

Three men are being held on million dollar bonds after they were caught with 71.8 pounds of cocaine at the Baton Rouge Metro Airport.

St. Martin authorities looking for burgalry suspects

Three burglary suspects are wanted after stealing items from a home.

Man arrested for raping neighbor in 2012 at her home

Nearly a year after the original incident occurred, a Baton Rouge man was arrested for the alleged rape of his neighbor.

Police: Man injects heroin while driving, crashes into police vehicle

A man injured a police officer after he crashed his vehicle into the back of his parked police unit. He was arrested after they found evidence to suggest he injected heroin prior to the crash.

Lafayette burglar crashes vehicle in Baton Rouge after high speed chase

A man wanted for burglarizing a home in Lafayette was captured after he crashed his vehicle in Baton Rouge while attempting to flee from authorities.

EBRSO: Woman scammed money from people with online ad

East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Detectives are looking for a woman who allegedly scammed money from people by placing an ad on an online listing site.

Woman crashes into Subway, arrested on DWI charges

A Houma woman was arrested after hitting a utility pole and crashing into a restaurant. On October 08 at around 3:42 a.m., Houma Police were called out to a single-vehicle crash at the Subway on Main Street.

Sheriff asks voters to consider renewing millage tax

When you step into the voting booth later this month you'll be asked whether you want to renew a tax that helps fund the sheriff's office, East Baton Rouge Parish sheriff Sid Gautreaux hopes you will vote 'yes'.