New Orleans deputy constable shot in back while serving eviction notice
NEW ORLEANS - A deputy constable who formerly served with the New Orleans Police Department was shot in the back while serving an eviction notice, sources told WWL-TV.
The property manager who was with the constable was also shot, and both were rushed to a local hospital.
The constable was reported to be in stable condition, and the manager's injuries were non-life-threatening.
There was a heavy law enforcement presence around the property, with video showing FBI agents patrolling the area and helicopters circling to find the suspect.
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