Kenner — Kenner police arrested a Texas man Tuesday who authorities say repeatedly molested a 6-year-old girl.
Brandon Green, 28, was booked with two counts of sexual battery, two counts of aggravated incest and two counts of molestation of a juvenile. Green remains in custody at the Jefferson Parish Correctional Center in Gretna.
According to an arrest report, Green is accused of involving the child in several sexual acts at a Kenner home and forcing her to watch porn with him.
Slidell — The Louisiana Attorney General’s Office arrested a Slidell man Tuesday after authorities say he was caught with child pornography.
David Hall, 32, was arrested after an investigation involving the attorney general’s office, Louisiana State Police, the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office, Slidell Police Department and the Department of Homeland Security. No other details on the incident were released, and Hall remains in custody.
Gretna — A Gretna woman was booked with aggravated battery Tuesday after authorities say her problems with secondhand smoke turned violent.
Keydi Guifarro, 24, was arrested at her home after authorities say she cut her boyfriend’s hand because he wouldn’t stop smoking around her. Guifarro is two months pregnant and was concerned about the smoke’s impact on the child, according to authorities.
Guifarro and the victim lived together and had been dating for some time, according to an arrest report. The report says Guifarro became upset after her boyfriend ignored her request to put out his cigarette.
New Orleans — The Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office is searching for a 19-year-old man who removed his electronic monitoring bracelet Tuesday night.
Jamal Horton was enrolled in the electronic monitoring program in October after being charged with possession of cocaine with intent to distribute.
Kenner — A New Orleans man is in police custody after authorities say he stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry and property from a Kenner woman and then stole someone else’s car.
Moses Puckett, 34, was booked Tuesday with theft of goods in excess of $1,500 and auto theft.
According to an arrest report, Puckett first stole a car that was left running outside a gas station in Kenner. While cruising in the stolen vehicle, he called a female acquaintance and told her he’d stolen $4,500 worth jewelry, DVDs and other property from her home to “make her angry.” Puckett was arrested without incident.
New Orleans — New Orleans police officers responding to a report of a fight Uptown on Tuesday found a cache of guns and drugs when one of the combatants fled into a nearby home.
Police found nearly three ounces of cocaine, two bottles of hydrocodone, marijuana, several guns and $3,500 in cash in a home in the 2500 block of Milan Street on Tuesday afternoon. Police reported that one of the three weapons found, which included an assault rifle, had been reported stolen from Jefferson Parish.
Officers were called to Milan Street at about 2 p.m. because of a report of two women fighting. But when they arrived on the scene, one of the women fled into a nearby home, where she was later found hiding under a bed. However, once inside the home, police saw a handgun and marijuana, according to a news release.
Officers obtained a search warrant and went through the home using dogs. That’s when they discovered the other drugs and weapons, the report said. Police booked Alfonso Stovall, 25, with three counts of illegal carrying of weapons with a controlled dangerous substance, possession of crack cocaine, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession with intent to distribute marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
No information was released on the women originally involved in the altercation.
Mandeville — Two New Orleans women were arrested by the Mandeville Police Department on Wednesday after authorities say they tried to scam a store clerk and were then caught with a dozen fake IDs.
Renada Robertson, 32, and Demaria Conner, 25, were booked on counts of felony theft of goods, possession of stolen property, possession of burglary tools, disturbing the peace and remaining after being forbidden, said Lt. Gerald Sticker, a police spokesman. He said other charges could be forthcoming.
Police said the women had a complicated operation that included fake Louisiana and Texas IDs, a shopping bag lined with foil and a device used to deactivate store security tags. The women were also found in possession of roughly two dozen gift cards, Sticker said.
Police say the women were captured after they tried to return items they picked up off the shelves at a Victoria’s Secret in Mandeville to get a fraudulent refund. When the store clerk refused to cooperate, the women became belligerent, and police were called, Sticker said.
Sticker estimates that the women had about $2,000 to $4,000 in stolen merchandise in their possession.
the New Orleans bureau
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