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Two drown in St. Mary Parish

AMELIA, LA (FOX8) - The St. Mary Parish Sheriff's Office says two people drowned over the weekend in Bayou Boeuf in the town of Amelia, La.

LSU PD seeking identity of possible laptop thief

BATON ROUGE, LA (FOX44) — LSU Police are looking for a man who they believe stole a backpack from LSU’s campus. Inside was a laptop computer.

Donaldsonville dog fighting arrest

DONALDSONVILLE, LA. (FOX44) — Ascension Parish Sheriff's deputies arrested five people in Donaldsonville after deputies found evidence of a dog fighting ring in a home.

Man shoots alleged burglar on property

SPRINGFIELD, La (FOX44) — A Springfield man says he pulled a gun on an alleged burglar to protect his property, and his life, Tuesday morning.

Homeowner catches burglar, shoots him in the arm

SPRINGFIELD, LA (FOX44) — A homeowner caught a burglar in the act this morning in Springfield.

Kentucky College locked down after shooting near campus

BEREA, KY (FOX8) - Berea College in central Kentucky was put on lockdown as authorities searched for a suspect in a shooting nearby that killed one person and left another injured.

Unrestrained driver killed in accident

BELLE ROSE, LA (FOX44) - On Saturday, Nov. 19 shortly before midnight, Louisiana State Police Troop C investigated a single vehicle fatal crash on LA 308 near its intersection with Blanchard Street in Assumption Parish.

Over $800,000 in drugs found by state troopers during two traffic stops

WEST BATON ROUGE PARISH, LA (FOX44) -- Over three hundred pounds of marijuana and twelve kilos of cocaine were seized in West Baton Rouge Parish by Louisiana State Troopers over the last two weeks.

Man cited for oyster violations

ST. BERNARD, LA (FOX44) - Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agents cited a commercial oyster vessel captain for alleged oyster violations on Nov. 11 in the Hopedale area.

Four men cited for fishing violations

BATON ROUGE, LA (FOX44) - Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement Division agents cited four men on Nov. 11 for alleged fisheries violations in federal waters.