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May 2017 Archives

Man facing fraud charge allegedly sold over 400 illegal licenses

Police say that they have arrested a man for selling over 400 illegal drivers' licenses. The man allegedly sold the documents from two separate locations of a notary and title company in Louisiana. He was booked on 420 counts of filing false public records and another 420 counts of fraud by computer. He could face up to five years in prison for every single fraud charge and every filing of false public records charge.

Police say man found lying facedown in ditch was a drunk driver

A Louisiana man is facing charges after being found lying facedown in a ditch. The alleged drunk driver was said to have consumed as many as 20 beers before he crashed his pickup truck. Police say they found the man while responding to a disturbance complaint. His truck was found smashed against a nearby tree.

Louisiana contractor facing 2nd fraud charge

A contractor is looking at her second charge of residential contractor fraud after being arrested after being placed on Crime Stoppers. She had allegedly been hiding from police but surrendered after discovering herself on the list. She turned herself in to Louisiana authorities on May 8 regarding the fraud charge

Drunk driver charged in wreck that injured 1-year-old

A man has been charged in a wreck that left his own 1-year-old son injured. The Louisiana father was allegedly drinking and driving in a pickup when he ran a stop sign. A state trooper reportedly witnessed the violation. The trooper also stated that he saw a baby in the front seat of the truck and the father smoking a cigarette. At the time, the trooper was not aware that it could be a drunk driver.

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