Former children's TV host Mr. Wonder receives five year sentence on plea deal
Posted on 1/18/2018 4:01:00 PM.
Frank Selas, known as Mr. Wonder on a Monroe children’s television show in the 1970s, accepted a plea deal in Rapides Parish, where he’ll serve five years for sexually assaulting a child during a camping trip in 1979. Selas gets two years credited for time served and will not have to register as a sex offender since the sex offender registry didn’t exist when the crime was committed. Legal analyst Tim Meche says this is exactly how a plea agreement is supposed to work.More
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Teen found guilty of manslaughter in death of her 27-day-old baby boy
Posted on 11/10/2017 12:42:00 PM.

A jury in Rapides Parish found 17-year-old Donasty Cohen guilty of manslaughter in the death of her 27-day-old baby. District Attorney Phillip Terrell says the infant’s father, 17-year-old Kenneth Anderson, is currently in jail awaiting trial. He says Cohen will be sentenced on December 4th.

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Brother and sister facing first degree murder in multiple homicides
Posted on 10/26/2017 11:29:00 AM.

Authorities say the man who murdered a woman whose body was found in Pineville last week, is also the person that allegedly killed two people, who were burned in a ditch on Old Boyce Highway that same morning. Rapides Sheriff William Hilton says Matthew Sonnier now faces three counts of first-degree murder.

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Alexandria police officer arrested on malfeasance and drug charges
Posted on 9/15/2017 11:45:00 AM.

An Alexandria Police officer has been booked into the Rapides Parish detention center on malfeasance and drug charges. State Trooper Scott Moreau says State Police received a tip last month regarding criminal activity involving 42-year-old Kenneth Thomas of Deville.

Rapides Parish, Alexandria PD, Kenneth Thomas, Scott Moreau, LSP

Man misses birth of child after being arrested taking wife to hospital
Posted on 7/20/2017 5:26:00 AM.

A man rushing his pregnant wife to the hospital missed the birth of his child after being arrested in Rapides Parish. Creola Police Chief Heath Landry says one of his officers clocked a vehicle doing 108 in a 55 mph speed zone. He says the officer witnessed more dangerous driving as he attempted to pull over Zak Evans.

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14 arrested in Rapides Parish burglary ring
Posted on 1/31/2017 2:46:00 PM.

14 individuals have been arrested after an extensive burglary investigation by the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office. Capt. Tommy Carnline says each time a search warrant was conducted, it led detectives to find more information or the recovery of stolen property. He says the suspects were part of a huge burglary ring.

Rapides Parish, Tommy Carnline, burglary ring

RPSO: 15-month-old missing child in Rapides Parish located in briar patch covered in ants
Posted on 7/11/2016 11:44:00 AM.
A 15 month old child that went missing overnight in Rapides Parish was located hours later in a briar patch across the street from the Tioga home. Lt. Tommy Carnline with the sheriff's office says they were called to the residence around 7:30 this morning, and the search lasted less than an hour.
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17-year-old arrested for making online threats about a high school prom
Posted on 4/26/2016 11:03:00 AM.

A 17-year-old is under arrest after making threats online involving the Alexandria Senior High School prom. Rapides Parish Lt. Tommy Carnline says investigators believed an incident could take place at the prom and discovered a fake internet social media account. Carline says evidence found led them to arrest Adrian Ray of Alexandria at his home.

Alexandria Senior High School, prom, Rapides Parish, Tommy Carnline, Adrian Ray

Four more parishes eligible for federal flood assistance
Posted on 3/28/2016 12:53:00 PM.
Four more parishes have been added to the Presidential Disaster Declaration, which means victims of the historic flooding in these parishes are eligible for federal assistance. One of those parishes is Rapides and their homeland security director Sonya Wiley-Gremillion says 60 homes were flooded along the Red River
Sonya Wiley-Gremillion, Rapides Parish, disaster declaration

California judge rules Frank Selas is "Mr. Wonder"
Posted on 2/11/2016 1:10:00 PM.

After an identity hearing in California today, a judged has ruled Frank Selas is former Monroe TV personality “Mr. Wonder” who is accused of committing sex crimes in Louisiana in the 70s. Lt. Tommy Carnline with the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office says now the process of getting Selas back to Louisiana begins.

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