CrimeTracker

LSP catches college student with $70K in marijuana on I-20

Authorities arrested a Florida State student Monday with more than 10 pounds of hydroponic marijuana on Interstate 20 in Bossier Parish.

Would-be thief runs after car won’t start

Detectives are looking for a black woman who tried to steal a car at gunpoint. The woman pulled a gun on a man who was trying use the Chase Bank ATM at 250 West State Street around 7:55 p.m. on August 18, 2014.

William Hayden's daughter to detail allegations against him on national TV show

When William Hayden was first arrested in early August, he claimed an ex-girlfriend filed false charges against him because he ended their relationship.

Deputies arrest 2 for home burglary in Belle Rose

Two Pierre Part residents are now facing theft charges. Deputies arrested Billy Rodrigue, 40, and Nicole Gros, 34, for burglarizing a home in the 100 block of Bayou Corne Street, in Belle Rose.

LPSO charges Hayden for sexually assaulting juvenile

Livingston Parish deputies are charging William Hayden, 49, for allegedly raping an 11-year-old girl in March 2013.

AG arrests Eunice man on 30 counts of child pornography

A joint law enforcement effort has led to the arrest of a Eunice man on 30 counts of child pornography, announced Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell.

New Orleans father of 17 children shot to death

A shooting in Saint Roch leaves 17-children without a father. Family members say Ronald Celestine was shot following an argument during a basketball game.

Man wanted by LSU PD for questioning about car burglary

The male pictured above is wanted for questioning related to a car burglary investigation. The vehicle burglary was reported to LSU Police on August 20, 2014.

Deputies find 'cartel like’ marijuana grow in Tangipahoa Parish

Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s deputies are working on a joint investigation with the Drug Enforcement Administration after detectives discovered, what they call, a “cartel like” marijuana grow operation.

Credit card thieves buy $29K in jewelry from Lee Michaels

Detectives need your help to identify the two women in the photo above who used fake identification and a stolen credit card to buy $29,000 worth of jewelry.