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  • Grand Jury Indicts Telly Hankton Alibi Witnesses on Twenty-Three Counts of Perjury

    Grand Jury Indicts Telly Hankton Alibi Witnesses on Twenty-Three Counts of Perjury
    On Thursday, August 11, 2011, District Attorney Leon Cannizzaro's office obtained the indictment of Danielle Hampton and Sana Johnson from the Grand Jury. The Grand Jury returned a True Bill indicting Danielle Hampton with twenty (20) Counts of Perjury...
  • Warrant Issuance for Deputy William Thompson

    Warrant Issuance for Deputy William Thompson
    The Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office issued a warrant for the arrest of former deputy William Thompson on Wednesday, August 17, 2011, as part of the continuing investigation into the suicide of inmate William Goetzee. The investigation determined that...
  • For Orleans Parish Deputy Surrenders

    A New Orleans Parish Deputy surrendered to authorities after a warrant went out for his arrest Thursday. William Thompson is accused of leaving his post during the time Inmate William Goetzee committed suicide. Orleans Parish Sheriff Marlin Gusman...
  • Orleans Parish Deputy Surrenders

    Orleans Parish Deputy Surrenders
    A New Orleans Parish Deputy surrendered to authorities after a warrant went out for his arrest Thursday. William Thompson is accused of leaving his post during the time inmate William Goetzee committed suicide. Orleans Parish Sheriff Marlin Gusman...
  • OPSB Says New Orleans Schools Will Open Tuesday

    OPSB Says New Orleans Schools Will Open Tuesday
    The Orleans Parish School Board (OPSB) today announced that all OPSB traditional and charter schools will open for class on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011. Students will have a full day of instruction and be released at their normal dismissal times.     OPSB...
  • Mayor: Marsh Fires Smoldering After Tropical Storm Lee

    Mayor: Marsh Fires Smoldering After Tropical Storm Lee
    As soon as weather cleared from Tropical Storm Lee, the City returned its focus to the woodland-marsh fire in New Orleans East.   On Monday, September 05, 2011, a ground reconnaissance team from the New Orleans Fire Department (NOFD), along with a...
  • Dejuan Thomas, Former OPSO Deputy Arrested

    Dejuan Thomas, Former OPSO Deputy Arrested
    The Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office arrested Dejuan Thomas, born on 11/26/1972, on Sept. 9, 2011. An internal investigation conducted by the Sheriff's Office and consultation with the Orleans Parish District Attorney's Office concluded that Thomas was...
  • Michael Anderson Enters No Contest Pleas To 5 Manslaughter Charges In Plea With Feds & DA

    Michael Anderson Enters No Contest Pleas To 5 Manslaughter Charges In Plea With Feds & DA
    Michael Anderson was back in court Monday, this time in criminal court to finish out a plea bargain. It's a deal that saved him from the death penalty. Anderson's future is becoming more clear now that he pleaded guilty to multiple federal charges...
  • Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office Statement Regarding Inmate Dean Kelly

    Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office Statement Regarding  Inmate Dean  Kelly
    The following is a statement from The Orleans Parish Sheriff's Office regarding the status of inmate Dean Kelly, DOB March 5, 1971. "Dean Kelly, aka Tyler Durden, was booked March 18, 2011, on a charge of forcible rape. The OPSO placed inmate Kelly in...
  • Bond Revoked For Ex Model Dean Kelly

    Bond Revoked For Ex Model Dean Kelly
    A judge denied bond for ex-model Dean Kelly Wednesday in municipal court. Kelly is in a legal mess between two court houses. In municipal court, attorneys have been examining whether Kelly violated his probation on a 2010 disturbing the peace case. And...
  • Clerk Pleads Guilty To Federal Charges

    Clerk Pleads Guilty To Federal Charges
    GILISHIA GARRISON, age 40, a resident of New Orleans, pled guilty today in federal court before U. S. District Judge Eldon Fallon to four counts of computer fraud by accessing a protected computer of the Orleans Parish Criminal Sheriff's Office, announced...