14 arrested during south Louisiana warrant sweep
BATON ROUGE - State authorities sent law enforcement into Calcasieu and Jefferson Davis parishes as part of a massive warrant sweep that has netted 14 people.
The Department of Public Safety and Corrections' Probation and Parole officers and sheriff's deputies Thursday spent the morning searching for 50 people who failed to report to their probation and parole officer, violating the terms of their supervised release.
The arrested individuals, wanted for various crimes including manslaughter, battery, distribution and possession of drugs, burglary and theft, were transported to the Calcasieu and Jefferson Davis parish prisons.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Lead in St. Joseph water
INVESTIGATIVE UNIT: Brusly officer resigns after waving gun in air, shouting threats
Brusly officer waves gun in air, shouts threats at sister-in-law
Ascension gov't may cut flood victims some slack, amid complaints
89-year-old taken to hospital after crash on Hooper Road