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State trooper accused of distributing cocaine

The Louisiana State Police have accused one of their own after an investigation into alleged crimes involving confiscated evidence. According to reports, a 42-year-old trooper that had been on the force for 18 years was taken into custody. The sergeant was accused of several crimes, including distribution of drugs and several others related to his post as a law enforcement agent.

Louisiana can assess legal punishment for unpaid support

Parents who choose not to pay child support in Louisiana may be held accountable by the legal system. According to a recent report detailing the amount of support owed in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana, a misdemeanor charge may be filed against a parent who is being accused of dodging child support for the first time. The punishment for a first misdemeanor offense in this regard is either a $500 fine, a sentence of less than six months or both.

Authorities accuse man of DWI after Kenner crash

Authorities have accused a 48-year-old man from Kenner, Louisiana, with serious crimes. Records indicate that he was arrested and charged with first-degree vehicular negligent injuring, reckless driving and third-degree feticide. In addition, he received a DWI charge. Police noted that this was not the man's first arrest for allegedly drinking and driving. According to documents, this is his seventh arrest for supposedly committing said crime in the past two decades.

Woman allegedly pretends to be federal regulator

Authorities accused a woman of taking advantage of the situation surrounding the oil spill that occurred in the Gulf of Mexico. In April 2010, the well at Deepwater Horizon was compromised leading to the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history. Several workers were killed during an explosion that occurred at the well and many people came to the aid of the Gulf in attempts to clean up the oil spill. The aforementioned woman was accused of felony charges for allegedly acting as an official with the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

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