|Posted on 10/23/2018 12:50:00 PM.|
A Moss Bluff man is facing charges of attempted second-degree murder after allegedly shooting at his wife. Calcasieu Sheriff Tony Mancuso says 36-year-old Robert Moreau was driving home with his wife from a party with a gun in his lap when he threatened to shoot her. It escalated as they got home.
|Calcasieu Parish, Sheriff Tony Mancuso, Traffic Pursuit, Firearms|
|Posted on 10/22/2018 1:18:00 PM.|
A Fort Polk soldier was found transporting the dead body of his wife in the trunk of a vehicle. Two people have been arrested on multiple charges after Calcasieu Parish deputies conducted a traffic stop in Lake Charles after authorities received a tip of a woman driving around with a dead body in the trunk of a vehicle. Sheriff Tony Mancuso says deputies found the body when searching the car and arrested the driver, 24-year-old Sarah Parker as well as her passenger.
|Ft. Polk, Calcasieu Parish, Army, Lake Charles, Sheriff Tony Mancuso|
|Posted on 6/18/2018 1:30:00 PM.|
Springs couple is looking at 35 years in prison following two different traffic
stops on Interstate 10 in Calcasieu Parish. State Police Sergeant James Anderson says during the stops, a total of
25 illegal aliens were discovered in large SUVs.
|Denham Springs, Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana State Police|
|Posted on 9/12/2017 10:59:00 AM.|
Recovery is underway in Calcasieu Parish after Tropical Storm Harvey left major flood damage in some areas. Dick Gremillion, Director of the Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness, says while the destruction is not as bad as Texas, 800 to a thousand structures in Calcasieu sustained water damage. He says they are waiting to see if they will be declared a Federal Disaster Area.
|Calcasieu Parish, Dick Gremillion, Harvey|
|Posted on 8/30/2017 10:26:00 AM.|
Calcasieu Parish officials say they dodged a bullet when Tropical Storm Harvey made a second landfall on the western Louisiana coast. Sheriff Tony Mancuso says while the western side of the parish did get a lot of rain overnight, it wasn’t enough to cause major widespread flooding.
|Tony Mancuso, Tropical Storm Harvey, Calcasieu Parish, flooding|
|Posted on 8/29/2017 10:37:00 AM.|
Flood waters in Lake Charles are rising and rescues have already been conducted. Dick Gremillion with the Calcasieu Parish Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness says a rain band that came in at around 5 p.m. yesterday caused immediate flooding.
|Harvey, Tropical Storm Harvey, Calcasieu Parish, flood|
|Posted on 8/8/2016 10:57:00 AM.|
A 76-year-old man accused of killing his wife over 50 years ago in southwest Louisiana will finally stand trial. Jury selection is underway in Calcasieu Parish as Mississippi native Felix Vail is charged with 2nd degree murder for allegedly killing his 22-year-old wife, Mary Horton Vail, in 1962. Legal analyst Tim Meche says it’s difficult to try a case after such a long time, because evidence deteriorates and there’s no DNA.
|Tim Meche, Felix Vail, Mary Horton Vail, Calcasieu Parish|
|Posted on 5/17/2016 2:00:00 PM.|
An elderly couple was stabbed by a 17-year-old in the driveway of their home in Calcasieu Parish. Calcasieu Parish Sheriff Tony Mancuso says 69-year-old Robert Anderson is deceased, and his wife 57-year-old Rita Anderson is in critical condition at a local hospital. Mancuso says Antonieo Smith of Sulphur attacked the couple as they were coming home. Mancuso says Smith knew the Andersons.
|Tony Mancuso, Calcasieu Parish, Antonieo Smith, Robert Anderson, Rita Anderson|
|Posted on 9/24/2015 1:53:00 AM.|
Today marks the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Rita and many remember the destruction it caused only a month after Katrina. Lafayette Congressman Charles Boustany recalls the immense flooding and tornadoes that slammed into southwest Louisiana. He says the only fortunate thing that came out of this tragic event was there were no lives lost.
|Charles Boustany, Hurricane Rita, Cameron Parish, Calcasieu Parish, |
|Posted on 8/11/2015 12:35:00 AM.|
|In an online study conducted by Only in Your State, the Calcasieu Parish town of DeQuincy was named the safest place to live in Louisiana. DeQuincy Mayor Lawrence Henagan says he is happy that his town of nearly 3,200 residents is a place with no violent crimes.More|
|Calcasieu Parish, DeQuincy, Lawrence Henagan|
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