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Mardi Gras Roundup

Mardi Gras Roundup

January 31, 2017 | Posted in: Breaking News
Mardi Gras roundup. Help keep Mardi Gras Safe! Check out our list of NOPD's most wanted fugitives and the reward values for their capture! Click here to read more.  


Crimestoppers Reward Increased Up To $5,000

Crimestoppers Reward Increased Up To $5,000

December 9, 2016 | Posted in: Breaking News
Crimestoppers GNO Media Alert Crimestoppers Reward Increased Up To $5,000 For more information please click HERE to download the PDF.      


Two Arrested on Multiple Residential Burglaries and Fraud Incidents in the Second District

Two Arrested on Multiple Residential Burglaries and Fraud Incidents in the Second District

September 12, 2016 | Posted in: Breaking News
Two Arrested on Multiple Residential Burglaries and Fraud Incidents in the Second District September 06, 2016 NEW ORLEANS –A couple responsible for multiple simple burglaries and fraud in the Second District have both been arrested today (Sept. 6).   Kristian Willemoes (DOB: 03-18-1980) was arrested in Texas after a police pursuit by Texas state police. He was seen driving a silver, Ford Explorer.  Ekaterina "Katya" Sitnikova (DOB: 01-06-1982) was arrested by St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's office. Kristian Willemoes is responsible for multiple burglaries and Ekaterina "Katya" Sitnikova is responsible for multiple fraud incidents.   On August 30, 2016 at around 3:00 p.m., the victim woke up from a nap in his residence in the 1500 block of Calhoun Street and noticed his cell phone, wallet and black laptop were missing from his living room. The victim also informed officers that his credit card was charged within 30 minutes from the time it was stolen. Upon arrival, officers did not observed an signs of force entry and believe the front door was unsecured while the victim was sleeping.   On August 20, 2016 at around 10:30 p.m., the victim left her apartment when she returned, the next day, she discovered the back door open and her laptop missing. The victim’s roommate told police she was sleeping upstairs in her bedroom in the 900 block of Lowerline said she noticed an unknown male walking in her room. The subject apologized and left the residence. The roommate told police she assumed it was one of her roommate’s friends and went back to sleep.   Investigators believe the suspects are responsible for about six other similar incidents in the area.   Through the course of the investigation, NOPD received a Crimestoppers tip that helped identify the two suspects and obtain an arrest warrant on them. Photos of the suspects can be seen below.  &n... » Read More



Open Letter of Sympathy to - Deputy David Michel, Jr.

Open Letter of Sympathy to - Deputy David Michel, Jr.

April 1, 2016 | Posted in: Breaking News
An Open Letter of Sympathy to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office, Family of JPSO Deputy David Michel, Jr. and the Community from Crimestoppers GNO Crimestoppers GNO offers their condolences to the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office and the Family of JPSO Deputy David Michel, Jr. who was shot to death today while making a pedestrian stop on Manhattan Blvd. Deputy Michel served in the specialized Street Crimes unit, which speaks very highly of his work ethic, experience and dedication to the safety of our citizens. President and CEO Darlene Cusanza, Crimestoppers states: "We are deeply saddened for Deputy David Michel’s family and fellow Deputies and for the entire community. There is one less “Angel in Blue” protecting us and one more family mourning a senseless killing. Our thoughts and prayers are offered to the Michel’s family, JPSO, and to the community for healing." As Co- Chair of our Crimestoppers newly formed "Faith Based" partnership entitled 'Project Good Samaritan,' The Most Reverend Archbishop Gregory Aymond, Archdiocese of New Orleans stated: "Law enforcement personnel give of their lives to protect others – they should never be a target of someone’s violence. My prayers go out to Deputy Michel’s family and his fellow deputies" Today’s brazen act of violence against a law enforcement officer cannot be tolerated by our community. We as citizens must stand united against violence and urge citizens to take a stand against crime and criminal behavior by speaking up when they have information on acts of crime and certainly in the death of Deputy Michel. The JPSO has asked for anyone with video/photos of the shooting to contact JPSO. In addition to providing “tips”, we should also stand in support of our officers and reach out at this time to offer our personal gratitude to all law enforcement for their service and our sympathy in ... » Read More




HANO Officer James Bennett

HANO Officer James Bennett

January 21, 2016 | Posted in: Breaking News


Safety Tips

Safety Tips

January 20, 2016 | Posted in: Breaking News


St. James Robbery

St. James Robbery

January 20, 2016 | Posted in: Breaking News


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