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3 arrested in multi-agency drug bust Wednesday

ZACHARY - Three people were arrested Wednesday after a months-long investigation into a meth dealer in Zachary. According to the Zachary Police Department, 35-year-old Ashley Chaney was dealing drugs and being helped by 33-year-old Kailey Bourriague. Investigators got a search warrant for Chaney's Zachary home and another residence in Baker,...
ZACHARY, LA
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Big theft at Big Boss Shell in Tangipahoa

HAMMOND, La. (WGNO) — Tangipahoa Parish Deputies are working to identify suspects in a Hammond business burglary. Deputies say the suspects stole about $4,000 in merchandise. The case is the latest one to roll on the Wheel of Justice. According to deputies, the crime happened at the Big Boss...
HAMMOND, LA
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Police seize meth, heroin, other drugs; accused seller, others arrested

ZACHARY, La. (WAFB) - Authorities confiscated a number of drugs and arrested three people Wednesday during a drug bust led by Zachary’s narcotics division. According to the Zachary Police Department, detectives have spent the past several months investigating the illegal distribution of methamphetamine. They identified Ashley Chaney as the...
ZACHARY, LA
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Arrests made by ZPD in months-long drug investigation; searches conducted in Zachary, Baker

ZACHARY, La. (BRPROUD) — A months-long investigation in Zachary led detectives to arrest suspects accused of distributing drugs in the area. The Zachary Police Department identified the three suspects as 34-year-old Ashley Chaney, 32-year-old Kailey Bourriague, and 32-year-old Joseph Mceachern. Police said Chaney and Bourriague are connected to the illegal distribution of methamphetamine.
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Bondsman facing additional charges after posting fake bonds

BATON ROUGE- A bondsman in Baton Rouge is facing 18 new counts of fraud Wednesday and is already facing charges for taking a woman's money to bond her son out of jail and not posting that bond. Val Thierry is charged with posting numerous fraudulent bonds in Baton Rouge and...
BATON ROUGE, LA
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Package delivery location frustrates homeowner, boxes damaged or stolen

BATON ROUGE - One woman's frustration is boiling over after her parcels have repeatedly been destroyed by weather, stolen, or left at her mailbox for hours. Diane Radcliffe says for the past couple of years, her FedEx deliveries have been placed at the curb, leaning against her mailbox instead of at her front door. She isn't sure why the delivery location changed, but is frustrated that the items she orders online are seemingly left at the curb for anyone to take.
BATON ROUGE, LA
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Hooper Road Park, a hidden gem in Baton Rouge

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – For many, as the month of June nears its conclusion, summer seems to be flying by. But the opportunity to explore some of Baton Rouge’s hidden gems has not passed. BREC is inviting families to make the best of the summer months by...
BATON ROUGE, LA
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LSU baseball utility player Drew Bianco reportedly enters transfer portal

Redshirt junior Drew Bianco has entered the NCAA transfer portal, according to D1Baseball, making him the 10th LSU player to put his name in the database this summer. Bianco, a utility option throughout his career, has one year of eligibility left as a result of the COVID-19 extension every player received during the 2020 season. Bianco appeared in 34 games this year as he battled hamstring and shoulder injuries.
BATON ROUGE, LA
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2,000-lot subdivision in Denham Springs moves forward, concerns rise

DENHAM SPRINGS, La. (BRPROUD)– A proposed 2,000-lot subdivision has stirred up controversy in Livingston Parish. Project planners have moved forward after getting approved for their preliminary site plan and submitted their proposal before the 60-day moratorium was enacted. The proposed subdivision called Deer Run is expected to be placed...
DENHAM SPRINGS, LA
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Baton Rouge General cyber attacked, hospital officials say

BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Baton Rouge General’s online systems were attacked beginning Tuesday, June 28, and hospital officials say they are working through the issue. Officials said the hospital is currently working through the effects of the attack and that it has not affected their ability to care for the patients at all locations.
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