CrimeTracker

Troopers arrest tractor driver who caused double 18-wheeler crash on LA 67

The man who caused two 18-wheelers to crash on LA Highway 67 is now in jail, according to Louisiana State Police.

Police find shipment of meth worth $5.1M hidden in candles

A Houston man is now in jail after Baton Rouge Police officers found a large shipment of methamphetamine in his luggage.

Donaldsonville man wanted for failing to register as a sex offender

Deputies are looking for a Donaldsonville man who has failed to register as a sex offender in Ascension Parish.

3 relatives of murder suspect arrested for threatening witness

Three people are now in jail for threatening a key witness to a murder on Madison Avenue. Natasha Tate, 40, Donte Tate, 20, and Danny Allen, 26, were arrested on October 16, 2014, for Obstruction of Justice.

Crowley Police arrest Denham Springs man arrested for making fake checks

A Denham Springs man is now in jail for making and using counterfeit checks in Acadia Parish. Crowley Police Chief K.P. Gibson says officers arrested Cory Hankins, 30, after using a fake check at a local bank.

UPDATE: Louisiana Avenue shooting suspect caught by U.S. Marshalls

UPDATE:  The suspect wanted for the October 13, 2014, fatal shooting on Louisiana Avenue is now in jail.

Deputies arrest Crowley High School teacher for indecent behavior with 3 students

A Crowley High School math teacher is now in jail on charges of Indecent Behavior with a Juvenile.

Lafayatte Police arrests robber in Ninja Turtle mask

A Lafayette man is currently in jail for robbing a convenient store on the 400 block of East University Avenue in a Ninja Turtle mask.

UPDATE: BRPD arrests man for murder of 21-year-old man on Madison Avenue

UPDATE (10/15/14): The man responsible for shooting a 21-year-old man to death on Madison Avenue is now in jail, according to the Baton Rouge Police Department. 

LSP: 11 arrested during multi-agency human trafficking bust

Law enforcement arrested eleven individuals in a multi-agency task force operation focused on human trafficking on October 9, 2014. The operation was part of ongoing efforts targeting human trafficking and prostitution throughout the state.