Recent crime notices

Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2007 16:24:34 -0500
Email Blast
NOPD 2nd District

One of the complaints received from the recent NONPACC meeting dealt
with the Auto Repair Shop located at Hickory and Fern Street. Based on
the information received, officers responded to the location to further
investigate. The business is owned by one William Brown (BM, 78 years
old). While the occupational license was current, several violations
were noted on the premises and surrounding area. In response, officers
tagged nine (9) abandoned vehicles and arranged for them to be towed by
the City. Additionally, officers cited Mr. Brown for other violations
and subsequently arrested him on several open warrants for failure to
appear in court. Officer Wilfred Eddington and Officer Edgar Staehle
will follow-up in the coming weeks to ensure that the location is
brought into compliance with all City ordinances relative to trash and
abandoned vehicles.

Please stay involved and report problems that occur via the Hot Sheets.
It is only with your participation, that we are able to be successful
with addressing these issues.

Captain Kirk Bouyelas

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Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2007 15:58:54 -0500
Email Blast
NOPD 2nd District

Based on information received, Second District officers began an
investigation relative to narcotics being sold from 1801 Fern Street. On
June 21st that investigation culminated with a search warrant being
served at the Fern Street location. Officers recovered over 2oz of crack
cocaine, a handgun, a small amount of cash and numerous articles of
stolen property. Arrested from the location was one Warren Williams (BM,
9/26/64). Also arrested in conjunction with this investigation was one
Ronald Young (BM, 12/12/64) of St. Rose, Louisiana.

Remember to report any suspicious persons or activities you see in your
neighborhood by calling 821-2222. In an emergency, call 911 immediately.

Captain Kirk Bouyelas
Second District Commander
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On June 18, 2007, between the hours of 6am and 7am, a black male on a small bicycle approached a woman in front of her house and snatched her purse in the 7800 block of Willow St., between Fern and Burdette. The people recently moved here from Austin and the woman was waiting for the moving van to arrive when the incident occurred. Please pass this information on.

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Two incidences:

Where: Residence on the corner of Maple and Dublin.

Vandalism: Someone removed a circuit breaker from Central A/C unit located in side yard (and it wasn’t a possum)
When : Night of Thursday May 24th

Attempted Burgulary: Broken window panes on front porch
When: Night of Monday May 28th or Tues. May 29th
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2nd District email blast 6/13/07

On June 12th at or about 10:20 pm, a white male picked up a black female
(known to him as Evelyn), at the corner of Hickory and Leonidas Street.
The male knew Evelyn vaguely, having met her once before. It is not
clear if he intended to pick her up or just happened to see her and
stop. After getting into the car, Evelyn directed the male to drive to
the corner of Adams and Hickory Street. While stopped at that location,
a black male walked up to the vehicle. The black male claimed that the
victim owed him money. He then began shooting into the car, striking the
white male once in the arm. At some point during the shooting, Evelyn
exited the car. She fled on foot and was unable to be located.

The white male victim in this case does not reside in New Orleans. He
sustained a single gunshot wound to his arm. His injuries are not life
threatening.

When officers located the crime scene, they found bullet casings along
with a “crack” pipe. Given the victim’s background, statements,
inconsistencies and evidence located on the scene – he may have been
attempting to purchase illegal narcotics. The investigation is ongoing.

The suspect in this case can only be described as a black male in his
early 20’s. The victim was unable to provide any physical or clothing
description whatsoever.

If you have any information on this case, please contact Sgt. Chris
Cambiotti or Det. Jimmie Turner at 658-6022 or 658-6020. You may also
call Crimestoppers anonymously at 822-1111.

Remember to report any suspicious persons or activities you see in your
neighborhood by calling 821-2222. In an emergency, call 911 immediately.

Captain Kirk Bouyelas
Second District Commander
New Orleans Police Department

2nd District email blast 6/10/07

On June 9th at or about 1:30 am, two while males were walking home. As
they approached the intersection of Hillary Street and Plum Street, they
were approached by three black males wearing masks. One of the suspects
was armed with a blue steel revolver. The group demanded the victims
hand over their money, which they did. The suspects then fled on foot,
northbound on Hillary Street. The suspects are described as 20-23 year
old black males. All three subjects wore black bandanas over their face.
It is believed that this robbery is related to a June 7th robbery from
Adams and Hampson. It may also be related to a June 4th robbery from
1400 S.Carrollton. Investigators are continuing to search for
additional evidence in these crimes.

If you have any information on this case, please contact Sgt. Chris
Cambiotti or Det. Chris Kalka at 658-6020 or 658-6022. You may also
call Crimestoppers anonymously at 822-1111.

Remember to report any suspicious persons or activities you see in your
neighborhood by calling 821-2222. In an emergency, call 911 immediately.

Carrollton bike tour Sunday

Dr. Blakelley, director of the Office of Recovery and Shelley Midura will attend.

Start Tour: 2:00 PM Sunday June 3, 07
Gather on top of the Levee at St. Charles and Carrollton before we proceed to the starting point.
Gather again at the Carrollton Monument located behind the fountain across from Cooter Browns.

2:05 PM: Bike downriver on St. Charles, one block to Short St.,
At Short, turn Right into the “Black Pearl” neighborhood.
From Short, turn Left on Pearl for two blocks.
From Pearl, left onto Burdette,
On Burdette, cross St. Charles and go two blocks to Maple.
Left on Maple for 3 blocks,
On Maple, cross Carrollton Ave. Go one block to Dublin,
On Maple go west one block to Dante, turn right on Dante for one block.
From Dante and Burthe turn left, go one block,
Right onto Cambronne, view St Joan of Arc School.
Continue north on Cambronne to Oak St., turn left on Oak.
From Oak, right onto Eagle, view portions of Pigeon Town.
From Eagle, right on Willow, view the Street Car Barn at Willow and Dublin.
Continue on Willow, cross Carrollton, turn left on Carrollton.
From Carrollton, turn right onto Birch.
Left onto Adams from Birch
Left onto Hickory from Adams, continue on Hickory and cross Carrollton Ave
Continue on Hickory to Leonidas.
Right on Leonidas to Claiborne (cross Claiborne)
Right turn onto Apple from Leonidas
Right turn onto Carrollton from Apple

Finish: Carrollton to Claiborne (Palmer Park)