ATC commissioner's sister-in-law gunned down in New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS - The sister of Louisiana's Alcohol and Tobacco Control commissioner was shot and killed in the New Orleans area Monday night.
According to a report from WWL, authorities responded to a fatal shooting in the Algiers neighborhood around 8 p.m. Monday.
On Tuesday, the victim was identified as 55-year-old Carol Lombard-Ross, sister of 2nd City Clerk of Court Darren Lombard, sister-in-law of Juana Lombard, the state Alcohol and Tobacco Control commissioner, and cousin of Judge Edwin Lombard of Louisiana's 4th Circuit Court of Appeal.
The shooting remains under investigation.
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