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January 2013 Archives

Two accused of a felony for illegal hunting and damaging levee

Two Marksville, Louisiana, residents have been accused of a felony for shooting deer from a LaSalle Parish road and damaging approximately a quarter of a mile of the levee with potholes from the tires of their truck. According to the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, the two accused men, 45 and 43, have been booked for felonies on charges of criminal damage to the federal levee and have also been cited for several alleged hunting violations.

Man arrested for drug crimes in Louisiana

Crimes related to drugs are not uncommon in the United States. Many people are arrested by law enforcement agencies on suspicion of drug crimes in different parts of the country. Louisiana is no different. For example, authorities recently arrested a person for multiple drug offenses.

Child pornography discovered in a Louisiana city computer

Child pornography has been detected on a Louisiana city computer. A cyber crime unit linked to the FBI confirmed that they have found child pornography in the computer at the Louisiana Water Department.

Houston rapper arrested on drug and weapons charges in Louisiana

Houston-based rapper Lil Flip was arrested in Louisiana on Christmas night after being pulled over for speeding by deputies from the De Soto Parish Sheriff's Office. The rapper was arrested on drug charges and weapon charges.

Investigation leads to arrest of Wal-Mart employees for theft

Theft is a serious crime in which a person's property is taken without consent or by fraudulent means with the intention of depriving the person of his or her property. The Louisiana judiciary system has strict laws for felonies related to theft. A person charged with theft in Louisiana can face charges with long-term consequences.