Month: July 2023
A Baton Rouge man is facing multiple charges in connection with a tragic incident that resulted in the death of Caleb Easterling from Denham Springs on July 12.Read More
According to the Zachary Police Department, a woman was pronounced dead after a shooting incident in Zachary.
The shooting reportedly took place at approximately 8 p.m. on Friday, July 28th, near the intersection of New Weis Road and Lee Street, as per the officials.Read More
The Zachary Police Department is seeking to hire a full time Evidence Officer for their agency. This is a competitive position that requires a passing score on a civil service written examination.Read More
In the course of a routine audit examination, BREC’s Internal Audit Department stumbled upon an approximated misuse of $67,000 through a company-issued purchase card by an employee over several years. The suspect had exploited a BREC-issued card to finance his personal business activities.Read More
Sheriff Sid Gautreaux, alongside the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office, is thrilled to present the graduates from the National Command & Staff College, Session #019. This respected institution offers a 390-hour program for budding leaders, recognized by the FBI National Academy.Read More
On Wednesday, an arrest was made in connection with the arson of a grocery store, involving a man who had been previously banned from the premises.
34-year-old Trent Carter from Baton Rouge faces charges of simple arson, terrorizing, and unlawful entry into a business place.Read More
Hamid Ghassemi, a 72-year-old businessman from Baton Rouge implicated in a shocking contract killing of his ex-wife, was denied another delay in his long-anticipated trial, which has been lingering for over eight years.Read More