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Sheriff Pohlmann urges parents to check the sex offender registry before Halloween Trick-or-Treating

Oct. 23, 2014 - Did you know an estimated 80% of all addresses have at least one sex offender living within one mile, according to statistics from the Department of Justice and Watch Systems LLC?

Or that 45 percent of sexual assault victims are under twelve, and 75% of victims know their attacker? More than half of all sexual assaults occur within one mile of the victim’s home.

Did you know currently there are 71 registered sex offenders in St. Bernard Parish?

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Sheriff tells Metropolitan Crime Commission the department is erasing a large budget deficit he inherited, while maintaining quick response times to calls for service and with more officers on the streets

Oct. 23, 2014 - Sheriff James Pohlmann told the prestigious Metropolitan Crime Commission in New Orleans the department is erasing a large budget deficit he inherited, while still maintaining quick response times to calls for service and while upgrading the hiring process.

Rafael Goyeneche III, President of the 62-year-old citizens’ organization dedicated to exposing public corruption and reducing crime in the area, asked Sheriff Pohlmann to speak about the state of the Sheriff’s Office.

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Sheriff’s Office to have extra patrols for Halloween night and gives safety tips for trick-or-treaters

Oct. 22, 2014 - As it has for years, the St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office will step up DWI and traffic enforcement on Halloween night, Friday Oct. 31, for the protection of trick-or-treaters and adult party-goers, Sheriff James Pohlmann said.

“Motorists are asked to slow down, be extra cautious and be especially watchful for children and other pedestrians,’’ the sheriff said.

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New Orleans man booked Tuesday with carjacking a dirt bike after pulling a woman off it on a street in Arabi; Bike later recovered in the city

Oct. 21, 2014 - A 21-year-old New Orleans man was booked Tuesday afternoon with carjacking a dirt bike after pulling an Arabi woman off it by her hair on Monday, Sheriff James Pohlmann said.

Shiquille Robinson was booked with carjacking and possession of 12 grams of marijuana with intent to distribute. Robinson admitted stealing the bike and later showed deputies where it was located in eastern New Orleans, Sheriff Pohlmann said.

Robinson was arrested after he arrived on an Arabi street to find out why deputies had stopped a car driven by his girlfriend, Brionne Harris, 25, also of New Orleans, the sheriff said.

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Sheriff’s Office breaks ground on Paris Road sub-station near parish line; Secomd one on St. Claude nearly done and third on Judge Perez has started; All 3 being built by FEMA at no cost to residents

Oct. 20, 2014 - Ground-breaking ceremonies were held Monday, Oct. 20, on a new St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office sub-station building at 4700 Paris Road near the Orleans Parish line in Chalmette, a project which coupled with new sub-stations on St. Claude Avenue next to Jackson Barracks and 7001 West Judge Perez Drive in Arabi should aid crime prevention, Sheriff James Pohlmann said.

“We are excited. This is an important day for us,’’ Sheriff Pohlmann told a crowd which included sheriff’s employees, representatives of FEMA and the contracting, engineering and architecture firms doing the job.

The three new sub-stations, all being fully paid for by FEMA at no cost to St. Bernard residents, will be a key part of the Sheriff’s Office crime suppression strategy...

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Numerous groups got together in St. Bernard Parish for the Night Out Against Crime to show support for one another

Oct. 17, 2014 - Sor five years, the First Pentecostal Church of Chalmette has put out a bounce center for kids on their church grounds and thrown a party for members to get together and celebrate on the National Night Out Against Crime.

Pastor Otto Martin said the goal is to get people together to support one another.

“We support the National Night Out Against Crime. It’s a good way to meet people,’’ said Martin.

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St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office partners with Project NOLA’s crime camera system to better protect the parish and respond even quicker to crime; Residents are invited to become part of the system

Project NOLA has partnered with the St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office to bring the group’s highly successful crime camera system to the parish to help authorities respond even quicker to crime, announced Sheriff James Pohlmann and Bryan Lagarde, Executive Director of Project NOLA.

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Sheriff's Office asks residents and businesses with outdoor surveillance cameras to register in a database: Call (504) 278-7628 to register

Sheriff James Pohlmann is asking residents and business owners to help in “our fight against crime’’ by registering their outdoor surveillance system in a sheriff’s database, making it easier for police to quickly see video after a major incident to identify suspects.

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$7,500 Reward for Information on Bald Eagle Killing

Verret, LA – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries are investigating the killing of a bald eagle near Verret, Louisiana in St Bernard Parish. The eagle was discovered on April 4, 2014, near the fire station on Highway 300 and Bayou Road.

 

Reward for information raised to up to $6,000 in murder of Violet man shot in his car Oct. 30, 2012; Call Crimestoppers at 822-1111 with information

Crimestoppers, in conjunction with the St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office, has announced the raising of a reward up to $6,000 for information leading to an arrest in the Oct. 30, 2012, murder of Christopher Campbell, 28, of Violet.

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State agency the Metropolitan Human Services District offers crisis help to St. Bernard residents for mental health support, battling addictions and respite care; Call (504) 826-2675; Sheriff’s Office supporting effort; Polly Campbell of St. Bernard now b

St. Bernard Parish families who are in a crisis of some sort, perhaps with family members feeling overwhelmed by problems and don’t know what services are available, can turn to a state agency with crisis teams just a phone call away at (504) 826-2675.

 

 

 

 

   

        

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