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http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2014/05/4_dead_15_wounded_in_new_orlea.html#incart_m-rpt-1

4 dead, 15 wounded in New Orleans Memorial Day weekend gun violence


New Orleans' violent Memorial Day weekend continued into the evening Monday (May 26) with police reporting a shooting death in the lower 9th Ward - bringing the toll since Friday night to 19 shot, four of those fatally.

The latest fatal shooting, reported around 6:15 p.m., was near the intersection of North Johnson and Charbonnet streets. Police said a man was found on the sidewalk, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

About 2 hours earlier, a 17-year-old boy died at the hospital after being shot at the intersection of N. Rocheblave and Eads streets. Melvin Porter, a retired EMT and area resident, said he administered CPR to the victim on the sidewalk until EMS arrived. He said the boy appear to have been shot in the leg, foot and hip.

Earlier in the afternoon, New Orleans police were on the scene of a shooting under the I-10 overpass, at North Claiborne Avenue and Gov. Nicholls Street.

Police said a man was a riding bicycle when a silver Chevy Impala pulled up. A man got out and began firing, then got back in the car and fled, according to a NOPD report. The victim had a graze wound to the face and was shot twice in the shoulder. He was listed in stable condition.

Monday began with a triple shooting outside Interim LSU Hospital.

The victims were sitting in their car at South Johnson and Perdido streets when another car pulled up alongside them and someone inside began shooting. A man was shot in the back and two women had graze wounds on the arm and leg. All are in stable condition. A fourth person in the car was uninjured.

The New Orleans Police Department reported the incident shortly after 4 a.m.

On Sunday afternoon, three men were shot in Algiers when a man opened fire with an assault rifle in the Fischer development.

That was followed by a shooting in the 7th Ward near Cajun Seafood and a murder Sunday night in eastern New Orleans. The latter was shot multiple times; he has been identified but authorities are withholding the name pending notification of family, coroner spokesman John Gagliano said.

The holiday weekend began Friday with an argument at a high school graduation party that killed one and wounded seven.

People with information on any of the crimes are asked to call Crimestoppers at 504 822-1111 or 877 903-STOP.




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http://www.nola.com/news/index.ssf/2014/05/georgia_teen_drowns_in_lake_af.html#incart_m-rpt-1

Georgia teen drowns in lake after friends tie him to shopping cart in game


CARTERSVILLE, Ga. -- An 18-year-old drowned just hours after graduating high school when he was tied to a shopping cart and pushed into a lake as part of a game with friends, Georgia officials say.

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Chance Werner of Cartersville, Ga., died at Lake Allatoona about 35 miles northwest of Atlanta, Georgia Department of Natural Resources spokeswoman Melissa Cummings said. His body was found early Sunday morning in about 30 feet of water and he was still tied to the cart.

She says in the game Saturday night, participants sat in a shopping cart that was tied to a pole.

Others pushed the cart to the end of the dock so that the person sitting in it would be flung into the water. Cummings says the cart was tied to Werner instead of a pole and it pulled him under. The cart pulled him into the water and he did not resurface.

Police said the incident remains under investigation.




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Teenager Holds His Breath While Driving in Tunnel, Then Faints and Crashes

A local police officer said that some people hold their breath in tunnels as part of a game or superstition

A 19-year-old man caused a three-car crash in Oregon Sunday when he fainted after holding his breath while driving through a tunnel.

The teenager, Daniel J. Calhon, lost consciousness and control of the car as he drove through a tunnel close to Portland, the Associated Press reports.

Some people hold their breaths in tunnels as part of a game or superstition, State Police Lt. Gregg Hastings told the Associated Press.

Calhon’s car drifted over the centerline and had a head-on collision with an oncoming vehicle. A pick-up subsequently hit Calhon’s car. Four people were injured — Calhon and his passenger as well as the two passengers in the oncoming car — though none of them seriously.

Calhon has been cited for reckless driving and reckless endangerment.

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My mouth is hanging open.

You bitch ass nicca. You don't even have the fortitude to go out and sell drugs or rob a store, you literally snatching purses from old ladies???

http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2014/05/police_say_serial_purse-snatch.html

Police say serial purse-snatcher broke Kenner woman's arm, wrist and nose in latest case




A Metairie man already tied to two purse snatchings investigations has been booked in a third case, accused of breaking a Kenner woman's arm, wrist and nose in the process. Eric Robertson, 31, was booked Friday with second-degree robbery and illegal credit card use, according to Sgt. Brian McGregor, spokesman for the Kenner Police Department.

Robertson is accused of attacking a 62-year-old woman in the 1000 block of St. Julien Drive in Kenner on May 4. The woman told officers she was getting out of her vehicle just before 2 a.m. when a man investigators say was Robertson grabbed her purse and tried to snatch it away.

But the robber didn't make a clean getaway because the strap was securely around the woman's shoulder. Instead, he punched the woman several times in the face, knocked her to the ground and dragged her across the parking lot by her purse strap, according to an arrest report.

Although the woman tried to hold on to her purse, the robber eventually wrestled it free from her grip, breaking her right arm, fracturing her right wrist and dislocating her shoulder in the process, McGregor said. Her shoulder required surgery. The woman also suffered a broken nose, cuts and bruising.

The robber sped off in a tan car occupied by two others, the report said. Within three hours, someone used the woman's credit card to make a $96 purchase at a Kenner store.

Kenner investigators reviewed surveillance video footage from the store and identified two suspects who used the cards. Detectives identified Robertson as one of the suspects after Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office investigators tied him to a pair of similar purse snatchings last week, McGregor said.

The Sheriff's Office booked Robertson with two counts of purse snatching in connection with incidents in the 2700 block of Edenborn Avenue in Metairie on May 21 and 4100 block of Division Street in Metairie on May 20.

Kenner Police and Sheriff's Office detectives are still attempting to identity two suspects spotted on surveillance cameras with Robertson when the victims' cards were used. The agencies have released photographs of each suspect.

Robertson, of 4021 Hessmer Ave., Metairie, was still being held Tuesday (May 27) at the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center in Gretna on a $136,000 bond, McGregor said.




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I'm guessing they didn't want to pay her.

http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2014/05/new_details_emerge_in_jaren_lo.html#incart_river

New details emerge in Jaren Lockhart's murder and dismemberment case



Detectives investigating the murder and dismemberment of Bourbon Street dancer Jaren Lockhart say two federal inmates in New York provided information that helped them link the crime to a Kenner couple, according to testimony Tuesday.

That information in large part was used by the Kenner Police Department earlier this month to book Margaret Sanchez, 30, with second-degree murder and obstruction of justice in the two-year-old murder investigation. Sanchez was arrested May 7, at her parents' home in Metairie.

Sanchez, a petite woman whose short brown hair reveals a tattoo of a dragonfly on the nape of her neck, appeared in the 24th Judicial District Court Tuesday morning, for a hearing sought by public defender Raul Guerra, to test whether police have enough evidence to continue holding her in jail. She did not testify.

After hearing testimony from two detectives, Commissioner Patricia Joyce found police have sufficient evidence to continue holding her on both charges. Police think Sanchez and Terry Speaks, 41, who was described during the hearing as her husband, killed Lockhart on June 6, 2012, and obstructed justice by cutting up her body in an effort to eliminate evidence.

Police say Lockhart, 22, who was a dancer at Temptations Gentlemen's Club, accepted an offer from Sanchez and Speaks, on June 6, 2012, to leave with them for a party or sex in exchange for money. Most of Lockhart's body parts were found along the Mississippi Gulf Coast the following day.

Sanchez and Speaks have been suspects since shortly after Lockhart's remains were found. But Kenner police, who took over the investigation from the Hancock County, Miss., Sheriff's Office, booked Sanchez earlier this month. Speaks serving a 32-month sentence at the Otisville, N.Y., Federal Correctional Institute, for failing to register as a sex offender in Louisiana after moving from North Carolina. He was convicted in 2003 of sex with a minor, and is scheduled to be released in October. He has not been booked in Lockhart's murder but is a suspect.

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It was at the Otisville facility that two inmates volunteered that Speaks made incriminating statements, Kenner police Detective David Stromeyer testified. Neither inmate was identified, but both are seeking deals with the government in exchange for their information, detectives said. One provided "generic" information, while the second one gave specific details on what Speaks allegedly said, Stromeyer testified.

The informants told authorities that Speaks said he and his wife picked up a stripper at a Bourbon Street club, and used drugs and alcohol as they drove to a place near an airport, Stromeyer said. At the time Lockhart was killed, Sanchez and Speaks lived in a Connecticut Avenue home near Louis Armstrong International Airport, detectives said.

Speaks told one of the inmates that Sanchez and the victim got into a fight, "and that the female ended up dead," Stromeyer testified.

The inmate did not say who killed Lockhart. She died from a single stab wound to her chest, Hancock County Detective Steve Saucier testified.

Neither Sanchez nor Speaks has given statements to police incriminating themselves or each other, the detectives said. Sanchez acknowledged she and Speaks were at the club, and that they left the club. She remembered nothing after that, Saucier testified.

Speaks offered a similar statement, including that he was with Sanchez all evening, the detective testified. "He remembers everything up to the point of getting into the vehicle when they left the French Quarter that night," Saucier testified.

'Cleaned up the mess'

However, after FBI agents and Hancock County detectives interviewed Speaks at the New York prison last year, Speaks wrote an email to Sanchez on the night of July 5, Stromeyer testified. The content was circumstantial but highly suggestive, and it included Speaks angrily telling Sanchez that he "cleaned up the mess," but she was not jailed, that their use of drugs as an excuse would not work, and that more than one person's bodily fluids were in her panties. He appeared to threaten he would turn her in.

In another email, Speaks told Sanchez "the night in question was a very special night for them," Stromeyer said.

The detective also said authorities have other suspects. He did not elaborate.

The detectives conceded Tuesday that they have no physical evidence, including DNA, that links Sanchez to Lockhart. Detectives said the FBI is still analyzing evidence at its laboratory in Quantico, Va., and Jefferson Parish Assistant District Attorney Doug Freese said the investigation is ongoing.

Detectives found evidence that Sanchez's car was cleansed, Saucier said. From the Connecticut Avenue home in Kenner, detectives seized a rope, videos, a video camera, a mattress and drain pipes. The detectives said a substance that might be blood was found on a mattress, floorboards and an electrical outlet in a bedroom. Saucier said he knows of "at least three knives and one sword" that also are undergoing testing by the FBI.

'Make rent'

Sanchez and Speaks had gone to two French Quarter gentlemen's clubs, asking numerous dancers to leave with them, Saucier testified. "Everyone they asked declined their offer," Saucier testified.

Sanchez and Speaks found Lockhart, who told coworkers before leaving she was going "to go work a private party not sanctioned by the club," Saucier testified. She also told coworkers "that she was going to, quote, 'make rent,'" Saucier testified, suggesting she was going to earn money.

The trio left the club at 2:05 a.m., Saucier testified. Surveillance cameras at two other locations in the French Quarter captured images of Lockhart accompanied by Sanchez and Speaks, Saucier testified.

About 23 minutes later, Sanchez's green Chevrolet Lumina was at Veterans Memorial and Williams boulevards in Kenner, according to data police obtained from a license plate recognition camera at the intersection, Saucier testified.

At 10 a.m., about eight hours after leaving Bourbon Streets, Speaks dropped Sanchez off at her job, Saucier testified, citing statements from Sanchez's coworkers. "They both appeared tired, dirty, and they smelled really bad," Saucier said.

At 6 p.m., that evening, Speaks picked up Sanchez from her job. Speaks also dropped off his dog with a coworker, Saucier testified. Sanchez's car then crossed the state line into Mississippi on Interstate 10 at 9:34 p.m., and crossed back into Louisiana on I-10 at 11:51 p.m., Saucier said, citing license plate recognition cameras.

14894413-large.jpgAuthorities speculate that Jaren Lockhart's killers put her dismembered remains into the waters along the Mississippi Gulf Coast somewhere between the Bay St. Louis Bridge and Long Beach, Miss. The bridge is located about 70 miles from Kenner. Investigators used license-plate recognition cameras to track suspect Margaret Sanchez's vehicle from her Kenner home to the Mississippi state line less than 20 hours after Lockhart was last seen with Sanchez and suspect Terry Speaks. 

He said Speaks and Sanchez could have driven the route to Long Beach within the time frame the license plate cameras marked their entry and exit from Mississippi on I-10.

On June 7, 2012, beach restoration workers found the torso on Bay St. Louis' shore, Saucier testified. Her head was severed, as were her legs at the hips and her arms at the elbows, the detective said. Skin also was removed, from areas of the body matching where Lockhart had tattoos, Saucier testified. Police suspect the killers were trying to hide the victim's identity, which is the basis of Sanchez's obstruction of justice charge.

Other body parts washed up between Long Beach and Pass Christian, the detective testified. The arms were not found. Detectives tracked the body parts to Lockhart, because they fit the description that her boyfriend provided when he filed a missing person's report on June 6, Saucier testified. DNA confirmed the identity, he said.

Using tidal information used by University of Southern Mississippi marine biologists, detectives believe the torso was tossed from the Bay St. Louis Bridge, and the other body parts were tossed into the Gulf near Long Beach and Pass Christian, Saucier testified. Items of Lockhart's clothing also were found in Mississippi, he said.

Questioned by Guerra, the public defender, Saucier said that opiates were found in Lockhart's remains through toxicology tests done during the autopsy, but the pathologist ruled out a fatal overdose. Police sought to determine her location through her cell phone, but it was turned off "immediately prior to arriving in Kenner," Saucier testified.


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After spending days on the stand, attorneys have finished questioning Jason Griffith, the man accused of killing and dismembering a Luxor dancer.



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Teenagers Track Down Fake Nurse Who Stole a Baby From a Hospital


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A woman who dressed up like a nurse and stole a 16-hour-old baby from a hospital yesterday was arrested after a group of Canadian youths tracked her down.

Police say a 21-year-old woman dressed as a nurse walked into a Quebec nursery ward and left with Victoria, a six-pound, 16-hour-old baby.

Mother Mélissa McMahon told police that the fake nurse took the baby from her arms, saying she needed to be weighed. McMahon says she realized within minutes that something was off, but she was too late.

Security cameras caught the fake nurse driving away in a Toyota Yaris with a "Baby On Board" sign.

Police released an Amber Alert and posted photos of the fake nurse and her car on social media. Luckily, a group of four bored Canadian teenagers saw the report on Facebook and decided to help out.

"We had nothing to do that night," the teens told reporters. "We went off in search of a red car."

While they were searching, one of the teenagers recognized the woman in the photo as her next-door neighbor. The group drove to the woman's home, spotted her car outside, and called police.

The baby was safely returned to her parents within the hour. The fake nurse was arrested and hospitalized for an evaluation.

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I rarely say this, but I think they are being too hard on him.

http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2014/05/new_orleans_man_pleads_guilty_12.html

New Orleans man pleads guilty to armed robbery, receives 30-year sentence

A man accused of robbing an eastern New Orleans cellphone store at gunpoint in 2013 pleaded guilty on Wednesday (May 28) and received a 30-year prison sentence, according to a press release from the Orleans Parish District Attorney's Office.

Prosecutors had just rested their case inside Orleans Parish District Judge Camille Buras' courtroom when Ronnie McMaster, 20, told the judge he was ready to plead guilty to the charges he was facing, the statement said

McMaster, who was charged with one count of armed robbery with a firearm and one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm, had been offered a 25-year deal by prosecutors before the trial began, but declined, claiming there was not enough evidence to convict him.

Police said on April 16, 2103, a masked and hooded McMaster stormed a Boost Mobile store in the 5700 block of Crowder Boulevard, armed with a .380 handgun. Prosecutors said McMaster chased down a store employee and demanded that he hand over all his cash. The employee complied, and McMaster fled the scene with $163 and a cellphone.

Much of the robbery was caught on tape, the majority of which was shown to a jury on Wednesday.

Police arrested McMaster the same day, after finding him hiding on the rooftop of a nearby building with the cash and victim's cellphone in his possession. He had dropped the gun used in the robbery behind a fence nearby, the statement said.

McMaster, who was on probation for burglarizing his mother's home in 2012, would have faced a minimum 49-year sentence if he had been sentenced under the habitual offender law, the statement said. As part of the plea agreement, prosecutors agreed not to file a multiple bill with the stipulation that McMaster be sentenced to no less than 30 years. He will receive credit for time served.

Assistant District Attorneys Elizabeth Kilian and Lynn Schifman prosecuted the case. McMaster was represented by attorney Martin Regan.

District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro called the case "emblematic" of crime in New Orleans.

"This defendant was engaging in an escalating pattern of violent activity. Because of past mismanagement of the criminal justice system, he believed that either we would be unwilling to prosecute or that he could not be convicted.  Unfortunately, he learned a little too late that today's system is far more aggressive and far less tolerant of violent crime."

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Now this fool, on the other hand...smh. I blame the parents. There's no way he had a father in his home. Kids don't just turn out like this. It takes years abuse and neglect.

http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2014/05/teen_arrested_in_gentilly_grad.html#incart_m-rpt-1

Teen arrested in Gentilly graduation party shooting that killed 1, wounded 7

Police on Wednesday arrested a teenager accused of opening fire into a crowd at a Gentilly graduation party over the weekend, killing a 15-year-old boy and wounding seven others.

Zachary Gibson, 19, sprayed bullets into a crowd of at least 150 people gathered to celebrate a high school graduation, New Orleans police say. The boy who died, Tremaine Robertson, 15, was the brother of the graduate being feted.

Police said the shooting followed an argument at the party.

Several witnesses told police the gunman was wearing a red short-sleeved T-shirt and ran away from the scene, according to a New Orleans Police Department arrest warrant. During the investigation, NOPD homicide Detective Barret Morton said he found photographs of Gibson at the party wearing a red short-sleeved T-shirt, the warrant says.

An unidentified witness identified Gibson in a photographic lineup, Morton wrote.

The gunfire erupted shortly before midnight Friday (May 23), at a single-family house in the 6200 block of Eads Street during a party for JeShan Vail, 18, who just graduated from George Washington Carver High School. He said Robertson was an "innocent bystander."

Robertson was visiting from Spring, Texas, where his family moved to after Hurricane Katrina. Part of the reason his family stayed away was due to Robertson's mother's concerns about crime in New Orleans, Vail told a reporter on Saturday.

High school graduate dismayed by violence at his party George Washington Carver Senior High 2014 graduate JeShan Vail was hoping to celebrate his accomplishment by having a party shared with friends and family. Instead the party turned violent when several people were shot including one fatality.

Robertson, who was about to enter 11th grade, liked basketball and fashion.

Bullets struck and wounded four women, ages 19 to 30, and three men, ages 22 to 25, police said. The 19-year-old underwent surgery, according to police. The others were in stable condition right away.

Gibson was picked up by NOPD's violent offenders warrants squad at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday in the 2400 block of Sixth Street, near his listed address.

He booked into Orleans Parish Prison on a count of second-degree murder. Police spokesman Officer Frank Robertson III said he would additionally be booked soon with seven counts of attempted second-degree murder.

Magistrate Commissioner Robert Blackburn set Gibson's bond at $750,000 at an afternoon hearing.



The victims brother, who the party was thrown for:





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