LDWF agents conducted an investigation and discovered that Seal illegally took a turkey in Louisiana on private property that he did not have permission to be on just off of Jerry Moses Road near Angie..
“As a father, husband of a schoolteacher and governor of Louisiana, I am committed to improving education for all children in Louisiana. Your editorial, “Back to Bad Schools in the Bayou,” (March 19) gets it wrong. I reject the notion that supporting our dedicated classroom teachers is at odds with improving the education our children receive.
Cordova had been removed from the United States to Mexico on at least three previous occasions in 2008, 2009 and 2014. The removal on June 24, 2014, occurred after Cordova was convicted of felony possession of schedule II controlled substances (cocaine), which resulted in a sentencing enhancement of a convicted felon.
The crash occurred around 9:45 a.m. in the southbound lane of the interstate near the Caddo -DeSoto parish line. A Caddo sheriff's auxiliary deputy was redirecting traffic from another accident when a Ford Fusion crashed into the back of his car, which had its emergency lights activated at the time.
"I think it's safe to say that we had a successful meeting," said Treasurer Kennedy. "Anytime we're able to save taxpayers money is a good day and these savings will prove beneficial to taxpayers in places like Calcasieu, Livingston, West Baton Rouge and other parishes across the state.
According to the guilty pleas, Nelson, who worked as a bank manager at a Natchitoches bank, conspired with Joe Lee Colbert Jr., 38, of Baton Rouge, to take more than $300,000 from 2011 until July of 2014 from the bank. Nelson would steal cash money and issue money orders from the bank to be deposited into.
9. As Garrett proceeded east on La. 9 upon the flooded highway, his vehicle drifted off of the right side of the roadway into deeper water and became fully submerged. A nearby group of citizens rushed into action to rescue both Garrett and his wife, 70-year-old Leilani Garrett, also from Bienville.
“After helping facilitate moving the livestock out of harm’s way when the severe weather first threatened the state, much of the area is still under water and the cattle have limited, if any, area to graze,” said Strain. “The Louisiana Farm Bureau Federation has initiated a hay clearinghouse for anyone who needs hay or has hay to donate or sell.
As a doctor, I have a first-hand understanding of the important and legitimate need for powerful medication to help people deal with chronic or severe pain. If you have had a family member or loved one touched by a serious illness or injury, you understand it, too.