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Violent Crime:2
Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter:0
Forcible Rape:0
Robbery:0
Aggravated Assault:2
Property Crime:12
Burglary:2
Larceny Theft:10
Motor Vehicle Theft:0
Arson:0
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Total population of residents469
White resident population recorded450
Black or African American resident population recorded1
American Indian and Alaska native resident population recorded3
Asian resident population recorded2
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander resident population recorded0
Hispanic or Latino of any race resident population recorded6
Resident population of some other race recorded0
Resident population of two or more races recorded13
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14-30604 James Edward Pollock and Lisa Faye Pollock
Type: bk Office: 3 Chapter: 13 Trustee: Hastings, (Ch 13 Trustee) E. Eugene [Expedite Hearing] (<a href='https://ecf.lawb.uscourts.gov/doc1/088021200586?pdf_header=1&de_seq_num=47&caseid=294990'>11</a>)
Happening April 07 2014 - Source: https://ecf.lawb.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?294990

10-13394 Paul Andrew Pollock and Cheryl Ava Pollock
Type: bk Office: 5 Chapter: 7 Trustee: Luster, John W. [Discharging Debtor(s)] (<a href='https://ecf.lawb.uscourts.gov/doc1/088019928071?pdf_header=1&de_seq_num=191&caseid=259350'>55</a>)
Happening August 07 2013 - Source: https://ecf.lawb.uscourts.gov/cgi-bin/DktRpt.pl?259350

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Jefferson Parish arrest reports, April 11-13
The following arrests were reported by law enforcement agencies in East Jefferson and the West Bank. April 11 Don Fuselier, 44, Hattiesburg, Miss., was arrested in the 3700 block of Barbara Court in Metairie and booked with possession of hydrocodone. Jerome Anthony Hobson Jr., 25, 17 Labarre Place, Jefferson, was arrested in Jefferson Parish and booked with drug possession... The following arrests were reported by law enforcement agencies in East Jefferson and the West Bank.April 11Don Fuselier, 44, Hattiesburg, Miss., was arrested in the 3700 block of Barbara Court in Metairie and booked with possession of hydrocodone. Jerome Anthony Hobson Jr., 25, 17 Labarre Place, Jefferson, was arrested in Jefferson Parish and booked with drug possession with the intent to distribute, resisting arrest by flight, resisting arrest by violence and possession of drug paraphernalia. Daniel Jung, 27, 2850 Idaho Ave., Kenner, was arrested at West Metairie Avenue and Grove Avenue in Metairie and booked with drug possession with the intent to distribute, resisting arrest by force of violence, battery of a police officer, possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of intentional exposure of the AIDS virus. Mary Barras, 57, Homer, La., was arrested at Fourth Street and Avenue L in Marrero and booked with DWI and improper control of a vehicle. Jessica Hackler, 36, 6805 Veterans Memorial Blvd., Metairie, was arrested at Trenton and Lemon streets in Metairie and booked with DWI. Johan Hiram Sanchez-Barnes, 27, 2221 Richland Ave., Metairie, was arrested in the 3600 block of William Boulevard in Kenner and booked with possession of hydrocodone and driving with a suspended license. Walter Gonzalez, 54, 3901 N. Interstate 10 Service Road, Metairie, was arrested in the 3300 block of Cleary Avenue in Metairie and booked with DWI and having an open container of alcohol. Jason Cline, 37, 1509 Hesiod St., Metairie, was arrested at Veterans Memorial Boulevard and Phosphor Avenue in Metairie and booked with DWI and reckless operation of a vehicle. Alexis Rockwell, 34, 2737 Elm Lawn Drive, Marrero, was arrested in the 3200 block of Division Street in Metairie and booked with DWI, resisting arrest by flight and hit and run. Jonathan Rodriguez, 27, 615 Brown Ave., Harvey, was arrested West Bank Expressway and Terry Parkway in Terrytown and booked with DWI, improper control of a vehicle and driving with suspended license. John Counce III, 41, 345 Betz Place, Metairie, was arrested in the 1700 block Vintage Drive in Kenner and booked with possession of derivatives of coca leaves, possession of drug paraphernalia and improper control of a vehicle. Tiffany Bradley, 36, 4105 Sierra St., Marrero, was arrested at 19th and Lafayette Street in Gretna and booked with hit and run and driving with a suspended license. Troy Gaspar, 47, 2728 Blanche Drive, Marrero, was arrested at home and booked with crack possession, drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. Corey Rau, 45, Thibodeaux, La., was arrested at Jefferson Parish Correctional Center in Gretna and booked with aggravated rape and sexual battery. Danny Saulny, 23, 6300 Riverside Drive, Metairie, was arrested at Jefferson Parish Correctional Center in Gretna and booked with attempted second-degree murder and felony carrying an illegal weapon. Tiffany Bradley, 36, 4105 Sierra St., Marrero, was arrested at 19th and Lafayette streets in Gretna and booked with two counts of drug possession. April 12James McKenzie, 38, 1821 Hendee St., New Orleans, was arrested at Holmes Boulevard and Behrman Highway in Terrytown and booked with DWI, driving with no license and improper control of a vehicle. Toby Clark Jr., 20, 5065 Bennington Drive, Marrero, was arrested in the 3700 block of West Bank Expressway in Marrero and booked with two counts of possession or distribution of drugs without a prescription and drug possession with the intent to distribute. Erin Savoie, 26, 262 Avenue B, Westwego, was arrested in the 2400 block of Clearview Parkway in Metairie and booked with possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia. Juan Romero, 30, 324 N. Olympia St., New Orleans, was arrested in the 2500 block of North Woodlawn Drive in Metairie and booked with drug possession with the intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia. Dwayne Anderson, 36, 1804 Short St., Kenner, was arrested at Causeway and Galleria boulevards in Metairie and booked with DWI-second arrest. Jeanette Marie Matthews, 33, 117 E. 31st, Reserve, was arrested at Interstate 10 and Veterans Memorial Boulevard in Metairie and booked with DWI-second arrest and driving with a suspended license. Sunny London, 57, 421 Pollock St., Kenner, was arrested in the 400 block of Pollock Street in Kenner and booked with crack possession, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Gary Norman, 54, 105 Chocktaw Drive, Luling, was arrested in the 2200 block of Williams Boulevard in Kenner and booked with DWI-fourth arrest, driving with a suspended license, refusal to take a chemical test, improper control of a vehicle, crack possession and possession of marijuana. Thaddius Marsalis, 55, 2618 Decatur St., Kenner, was arrested in the 400 block of Pollock Street in Kenner and booked with crack possession, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Trisha Purvis, 32, 45 Rhine Drive, Kenner, was arrested at home and booked with DWI. Dennis Cruz, 32, 3512 N. Arnoult Road, Metairie, was arrested at Neyrey Drive and Veterans Memorial Boulevard in Metairie and booked with DWI and driving with no license. Kathryn McKissick, 19, Opelousas, La., was arrested in the 2000 block of Metairie Road in Metairie and booked with DWI and improper control of a vehicle.Darwin Isai, 24, 2024 Panola St., New Orleans, was arrested in the 2200 block of Giuffrias Avenue in Metairie and booked with aggravated burglary. Brallan Carbon, 38, 3520 Hero Drive, Gretna, was arrested in the 3000 block of Hero Drive in Gretna and booked with crack possession and disturbing the peace-drunk. Glenn Ferguson, 50, 204 E. Club Drive, St. Rose, was arrested at Jefferson Highway and Levee View Drive in Harahan and booked with DWI and having an open container of alcohol. Ricky McClure, 30, 2800 Mt. Kennedy Drive, Marrero, was arrested at Ames and Lapalco boulevards in Marrero and booked with DWI and driving with an expired license. Jose Benitez, 30, 907 Dimarco Drive, Marrero, was arrested at West Bank Expressway and Avenue K in Metairie and booked with DWI-second arrest and driving with no license. Lorenzo Lechuga, 20, 5001 Radcliff St., Marrero, was arrested at Fourth Street and Avenue A in Westwego and booked with possession of marijuana, ecstasy possession, resisting arrest by refusing to provide identification and injuring public records. Quang Margrett, 27, 4000 14th St., Marrero, arrested at Fourth Street and Avenue A in Westwego and booked with possession of marijuana and ecstasy possession. Marian Lenoir, 27, 5424 Elysian Fields Ave., New Orleans, was arrested at Jefferson Parish Correctional Center in Gretna and booked with theft $1,500 or more. Peter Huy Nguyen, 24, 3739 Somerset St., New Orleans, was arrested at Jefferson Parish Correctional Center in Gretna and booked with two counts of drug possession by fraud or forgery. Nevada McGee, 25, 3829 Deer Creek Drive, Harvey, was arrested in the 4900 block of West Bank Expressway in Marrero and booked with possession or distribution of drugs without a prescription, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Benard Handy, 27, 3829 Deer Creek Drive, Harvey, was arrested in the 4900 block of West Bank Expressway in Marrero and booked with possession or distribution of drugs without a prescription, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Felicien Landry, 34, 319 Maple Ridge Drive, Metairie, was arrested in the 2500 block of Williams Boulevard in Kenner and booked with DWI and reckless operation of a vehicle. Jennifer Coughlin, 25, Hollis, N.Y., was arrested in the 3400 block of South Interstate 10 Service Road in Metairie and booked with prostitution and crimes against nature. Shamone Preston, 25, 502 First St., Harvey, was arrested at 21st and Hero streets in Gretna and booked with aggravated battery, hit and run and driving with no license. John Gilley, 57, 741 E. Magnolia Ridge Drive, Mandeville, was arrested on the Causeway Bridge and booked with DWI-second arrested. April 13Jose Arus-Ramon, 39, 1345 Danville St., Kenner, was arrested in the 2900 block of Veterans Memorial Boulevard in Metairie and booked with DWI and driving with no license. Brandon Warren, 23, Walker, La., was arrested on the Causeway Bridge in Metairie and booked with DWI and improper control of a vehicle. Christy Ryall, 21, 933 W. Monterey Court, Terrytown, was arrested at home and booked with possession or distribution of drugs without a prescription and domestic abuse battery. Trevor Cyres, 27, 227 S. Rocheblave St., New Orleans, was arrested in the 4400 block of South Interstate 10 Service Road in Metairie and booked with drug possession with the intent to distribute. Darren Barrios, 22, 110 Landridge Drive, Belle Chasse, was arrested at August and Barataria avenues in Marrero and booked with DWI-second arrested, speeding and drag racing on a highway. Quincy Moran, 27, 1633 Katlan St., Metairie, was arrested in the 3200 block of Jefferson Highway in Jefferson and booked with possession of ecstasy. Michael Sheridan, 35, Bogalusa, La., was arrested at West Esplanade Avenue and Wade Drive in Metairie and booked with DWI. Frank Silver III, 29, 2014 Kansas Ave., Kenner, was arrested in the 2000 block of Kentucky Avenue in Kenner and booked with DWI, having an open container of alcohol and reckless operation of a vehicle. Stephen Costanza, 44, 4604 St. Mary St., Metairie, was arrested in the 8900 block of Airline Drive in Kenner and booked with possession of heroin.Kiana Howard, 36, 2808 Houma Blvd., Metairie, was arrested at Veterans Memorial Boulevard and Lime Street in Metairie and booked with DWI, reckless operation of a vehicle and driving with a suspended license. Yeyson Jose Montenegro-Davila, 26, 2913 Iowa Ave., Kenner, was arrested in the 5100 block of West Esplanade Avenue in Metairie and booked with DWI and improper control of a vehicle.
April 16 2014 - Source: http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2014/04/jefferson_parish_arrest_report_90.html

Peter Galvan attorney: Taxpayer-paid legal bills proper; personal defense paid out of Galvan's own
Former St. Tammany Parish Coroner Peter Galvan began serving his two-year federal sentence for corruption on Friday in Pollock, La., the culmination of a saga that has gripped St. Tammany politics for more than a year. But the question of whether he will have to repay the parish more than the court-ordered $193,338 in restitution lingers. In his deal... Former St. Tammany Parish Coroner Peter Galvan began serving his two-year federal sentence for corruption on Friday in Pollock, La., the culmination of a saga that has gripped St. Tammany politics for more than a year.But the question of whether he will have to repay the parish more than the court-ordered $193,338 in restitution lingers. In his deal with the federal government to plead guilty to a corruption charge, Galvan agreed to repay the nearly $200,000 for misusing taxpayer dollars for his personal gain.But St. Tammany government believes Galvan should repay at least another $207,824.07 to cover the taxpayer money he paid lawyers representing his office in the investigations that led to Galvan's guilty plea last fall. The government had asked U.S. District Court Judge Susie Morgan to tack on the additional restitution but withdrew the request prior to an April 9 hearing on the matter, opting instead to pursue the matter in state court in Covington where it has a pending lawsuit asking that Galvan be held personally responsible for all misappropriation of funds and property belonging to the coroner's office.Assistant St. Tammany District Attorney and Parish Council legal adviser Terry Hand said state law prohibits the use of public funds to respond to criminal investigations and criminal charges until a final determination of innocence is rendered.But Galvan's attorney Billy Gibbens maintains Galvan did nothing illegal by hiring his firm to respond to federal grand jury and state Legislative Auditor subpoenas on behalf of the coroner's office. And later, after his firm began representing Galvan personally, Galvan paid the firm's bills with personal checks from his own bank account, Gibbens said in a federal court filing that opposed St. Tammany's request for additional restitution.Gibbens' firm - Schonekas, Evans, McGoey & McEachin LLC - represented the coroner's office from March through May 2013 in connection with subpoenas from the federal grand jury and Legislative Auditor, Gibbens said in the court document. St. Tammany government says the firm was paid $116,944 from Feb. 18 to May 31, 2013, while another firm, Steve London, was paid $90,880 from June 14 to Oct. 14, 2013.The Legislative Auditor's subpoena was 'extremely broad,' covered many areas unrelated to Galvan's criminal charges, and resulted in nearly 80,000 responsive emails, Gibbens said in the document.The bulk of the firm's work for the coroner's office was reviewing the emails for attorney-client privilege and creating a log of those considered privileged, Gibbens wrote. Many of the emails contained communications between coroner's office employees and coroner's office counsel on civil litigation and other civil legal matters, he said.Galvan had retained attorney Robert Habans as private counsel but Habans had to withdraw for personal reasons, so Galvan asked the Schonekas firm to take over as his personal attorneys, Gibbens said. His firm agreed - after consulting with Assistant U.S. Attorney Carter Guice - and terminated its representation of the coroner's office, he said.'Dr. Galvan paid all of his personal legal fees to (the firm) with personal checks from his own bank account,' Gibbens wrote. 'No public money was used to pay for Dr. Galvan's personal criminal defense.'He argued there is no persuasive reason to force Galvan to pay the additional $207,824 for legal work, as that work did not benefit Galvan personally.'The central argument made by the parish government - that these fees were used to advance Dr. Galvan's personal criminal defense - is simply wrong on the facts. The legal fees that the parish government seeks were incurred to benefit the St. Tammany Parish Coroner's Office and protect the attorney-client privilege belonging to the coroner's office.'Galvan, who had been coroner since 2000, began serving his sentence Friday at a minimum security federal prison camp in Pollock, north of Alexandria. He pleaded guilty last fall to conspiracy to commit theft of property and money from a municipal institution receiving federal funds.
April 11 2014 - Source: http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2014/04/peter_galvan_attorney_taxpayer.html

Former St. Tammany Parish Coroner Peter Galvan taken into custody at Pollock, La., prison camp
Former St. Tammany Parish Coroner Peter Galvan reported to a federal prison camp at Pollock, La., on Friday and began serving his two-year sentence on a corruption charge for using taxpayer money for his own gain. Galvan was due to report by noon, and the federal Bureau of Prisons confirmed at 12:45 p.m. that he had been taken into... Former St. Tammany Parish Coroner Peter Galvan reported to a federal prison camp at Pollock, La., on Friday and began serving his two-year sentence on a corruption charge for using taxpayer money for his own gain. Galvan was due to report by noon, and the federal Bureau of Prisons confirmed at 12:45 p.m. that he had been taken into custody at the Grant Parish facility near Alexandria. The camp is a minimum-security facility housing 293 inmates and a satellite facility to the adjacent high-security U.S. penitentiary at Pollock, which has 1,490 inmates.Peter Galvan Under federal rules, Galvan must serve 85 percent, or about 20 1/2 months, of his two-year sentence.Chris Burke, a spokesman for the Bureau of Prisons in Washington, D.C., said Galvan's first day will involve going through an intake and screening process during which he will be searched and issued prison clothing to wear. He will be interviewed by various people, including the medical and psychology teams, to address any immediate needs that he might have. Once through that process he will be assigned to a cell or room and escorted to that location, Burke said. In the first 30 days or so Galvan will be enrolled in an admission/orientation program to familiarize him with the rules and regulations of the institution and make him aware of what is expected of him, Burke said. He will then be required to work a job, ranging from such things as sweeping floors, cooking, basic plumbing or maintenance, laundry and tutoring.Galvan resigned as coroner in October and later pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to commit theft of property and money from a municipal institution receiving federal funds.U.S. District Court Judge Susie Morgan sentenced Galvan to prison in February, fined him $5,000 and ordered him to pay nearly $200,000 in restitution to the coroner's office, an agency he had run since 2002. St. Tammany Parish government is seeking at least another $200,000 in restitution from Galvan.Morgan recommended, at Galvan's request, that he be sent to a prison as close as possible to the New Orleans area, but it was up to the Bureau of Prisons to decide where to place Galvan.The federal government's bill of information that charged Galvan said he was not entitled to annual or sick leave, but he received yearly payments for unused annual and sick leave totaling $111,376 over a five-year period. He paid a coroner's office employee at least $50,000 to fulfill a personal contract Galvan had to provide medical services at the Slidell jail, the bill said. Galvan also used taxpayer dollars to pay for meals and buy merchandise that had nothing to do with the business of running the coroner's office, according to the charge.
April 11 2014 - Source: http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2014/04/former_st_tammany_parish_coron_4.html

Former St. Tammany Parish Coroner Peter Galvan taken into custody at Pollock, La. prison
Former St. Tammany Parish Coroner Peter Galvan reported to a federal prison camp at Pollock, La., on Friday and began serving his two-year sentence on a corruption charge for using taxpayer money for his own gain. Galvan was due to report by noon, and the federal Bureau of Prisons confirmed at 12:45 p.m. that he had been taken into... Former St. Tammany Parish Coroner Peter Galvan reported to a federal prison camp at Pollock, La., on Friday and began serving his two-year sentence on a corruption charge for using taxpayer money for his own gain. Galvan was due to report by noon, and the federal Bureau of Prisons confirmed at 12:45 p.m. that he had been taken into custody at the Grant Parish facility near Alexandria. The camp is a minimum security facility housing 293 inmates. It is a satellite facility to the adjacent high security U.S. penitentiary at Pollock.
April 11 2014 - Source: http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/2014/04/former_st_tammany_parish_coron_4.html

Forest Service planning controlled burns in Kisatchie National Forest
By land and by air, this year officials will burn nearly 1,000 acres of forest.  In an ironic twist, the burning helps the forest grow and survive.
March 24 2014 - Source: http://www.ksla.com/story/25056137/forest-service-planning-controlled-burns-in-kisatchie-national-forest

Man charged in 2010 homicide was on parole at time of killing
A man charged last week with first-degree murder in the 2010 shooting of a man outside a south Wichita auto shop was on parole when the killing occurred, records from the Kansas Department of Corrections and District Court show.
September 12 2013 - Source: http://www.kansas.com/2013/09/12/2996987/man-charged-in-2010-homicide-was.html

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