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Man pleads guilty to bomb threats on LSU campus

A 43-year-old man from Baton Rouge, Louisiana is set to receive his prison sentence. He was accused of criminal charges that allege he communicated false information of a bomb on school property. According to authorities, the man called in a bomb threat that closed the main campus of Louisiana State University. That call came in on September 17 of last year and saw the campus closed for more than a dozen hours.

Man seeks relief from his 12-year prison sentence

A man who pled guilty to killing three people in a drunk driving accident by Southeastern Louisiana University is hoping to have another go at his sentence. According to reports, the man was drinking and driving at the time of the accident, which happened four years ago. His conviction came in February 2011 after the 25-year-old man pled guilty to three counts of vehicular homicide. He now wants his case to be reviewed by a court.

Fraud may have left LHBPA without $800,000 in funds

At least three individuals pled guilty to allegations that they were involved in a scheme that saw more than $800,000 taken from the Louisiana Horsemen's Benevolent and Protective Association (LHBPA). According to fraud charges, the three individuals were the former director and two of the top lieutenants of the organization. Authorities believe that the three used funds from the organization in illegitimate ways and they also contend that the former director rigged an election.

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