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June 23, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information

Latasha Cook was booked 06/22 In From Court
Tiffany Brabham was booked 06/22 on the charges of Driving Left of Center (Crossing Center Line), No Drivers License, and Possession of Heroin
Jarius Caston was booked 06/22 on the charges of Cultivation or Production of Marijuana, Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule I Drugs, Possession of Firearm or Concealed Weapon by Person Convicted of Domestic Abuse Battery, and Illegal Use of CDS in Presence of Person Under 17 YOA (2 counts)
Brandon Wise was booked 06/22 on the charges of Improper Lane Useage, Failure to Use Turn Signal, Possession of Marijuana (2nd Offense), Possession of Schedule II Drugs, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Driving Under Suspension, Fugitive Other Jurisdiction, and Violation of Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances
Richard Lee was booked 06/22 on the charges of Driving Under Suspension, No Insurance, Contempt of Court, Introduction of Contraband into Penal Institute, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Kitwana Neal was booked 06/22 In For Court
 
 
June 22, 2017
No Class Action in Bogalusa “Debtor Prison” Case
Source: Richard Rainey NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
U.S. District Judge Ivan Lemelle told attorneys Wednesday (June 21, 2017 that he would not grant class action status to those plaintiffs who filed a lawsuit against the Bogalusa city court complaining that city Judge Robert Black had wrongfully jailed defendants who were too poor to pay their fines and court costs. The plaintiffs had sought to represent any future defendants who could face similar penalties for not paying their fines on time. 
The judge could revisit the argument that the case should be treated as a class action, said Sam Brooke, deputy legal director for the Southern Poverty Law Center. 
The SPLC filed the suit a year ago, accusing Black of running a "modern-day debtors' prison." But it's not an isolated case in Louisiana. New Orleans is grappling with a similar lawsuit.
Lemelle on Wednesday also instructed both sides in the Bogalusa case to continue working toward a settlement. Some headway has already been made. Black earlier this month agreed to refund the $50 fees collected from defendants who had missed their payment deadlines and asked for more time.
A trial date is scheduled for October 16.
 
 
June 22, 2017
Bogalusa Traffic Stop Results in Numerous Charges
Bogalusa Police Department Public Information Officer Percy Knight reports that, on Wednesday (June 21, 2017), BPD patrol officers observed a vehicle driving in the center of the roadway. They stopped the vehicle on Superior Avenue, and the driver, Brandon Wise, was unable to produce any form of identification or proof of insurance. 

Officers observed in plain view a digital scale, which is commonly associated with the sale and purchase of illegal narcotics.  Wise was placed under arrest and, when officers conducted a pat down search of Wise's clothing, a small amount of marijuana and three pieces of suspected crack cocaine were located.  Wise also had two active attachments on him from the city of Bogalusa and an outstanding felony warrant from the Hammond Police
Department.
Wise was arrested on the following charges: Improper lane usage/Driving left of center, Turn signal required. 2nd Offense possession of Marijuana, Possession with intent to distribute cocaine, Possession of a controlled dangerous substance in a drug free zone, Possession of drug paraphernalia, Driving while license is suspended, and Fugitive from another agency (Hammond PD).
 
 
June 22, 2017
Bogalusa's Christmas in July Raffle: Win $5000
Information from Christmas in the Park Secretary Kay Kay Varnado
The Christmas in July Raffle is underway, $5000 to be awarded. Will you be the lucky winner? This raffle is very important in the operation of the Christmas in the Park event. It is our only fundraiser and it helps us to cover the cost of light installation, new displays, & needed repairs throughout the holiday season. Without your support in this raffle, this event would not be possible. Only 150 tickets will be sold for $100 each.
Please contact us today to get your ticket. I can be reached at 985-732-6200 ext. 313 or text me 985-516-9050.
 
 
June 22, 2017
Were You Affected by the 2016 Floods?
Information from Louisiana State Representative Malinda White
Records show that District 75 had 1,163 households with a FEMA verified loss resulting from the 2016 floods, yet only 85 have completed the Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance Program survey as of June 5, 2017. This means that 93% have yet to take the first step in receiving this much-needed assistance. The program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The survey is the first step flood-impacted homeowners must take in order to participate in the program.
The Restore Louisiana Homeowner Assistance Program is dedicated to helping homeowners affected by the March and/or August 2016 floods repair and restore their damaged homes, or get reimbursed for work already completed. In order to qualify for the program, you must complete a quick survey. You can take the survey and learn more at http://restore.la.gov/
 or by phone at (866) 735-2001 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.
 
 
June 22, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information
Jonathan Kieff was booked 06/21 on the charge of Fugitive Other Jurisdiction
Paul Simison was booked 06/21 on the charges of Improper Lane Useage, Expired License Plate, Open Container in Vehicle, and Driving While Intoxicated
Alexis Sanders was booked 06/21 on the charge of Distribution of Schedule I Drugs
Dillon Babin was booked 06/21 on the charge of Distribution of Schedule I drugs and Possession of Schedule I - Tetrahydrocannabinols or Synthetic Cannabinoids
Gregory Hart was booked 06/21 on the charge of Domestic Abuse Battery - Strangulation
 
 
Obituary
Mark Vincent Powell passed away on Tuesday, June 20, 2017, in Mount Hermon, Louisiana, at the age of 59.
 
 
Obituary
Bruce Edward Jenkins age 59 passed away on June 17, 2017 at Resthaven Living Center in Bogalusa where he was a resident. He had been a resident of Bogalusa all of his life.
 
 
June 22, 2017
Government Contracting Webinars Starting Soon
 
 
 
June 22, 2017
Get Your Saints Raffle Tickets Now
 
 
June 22, 2017
STPSO Looking for This Man
 
 
June 22, 2017
Zachary Resident Killed in Crash on LA 10
Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop L responded to a three vehicle fatal crash on LA 10 yesterday (June 21, 2017) morning in St. Helena Parish that claimed the life of Brittney Mornesha Robinson (27) of Zachary.
Troopers determined that Robinson crashed into the rear of a vehicle driven by Brian Terrell Calahan (31)  of Greensburg, who had slowed to turn. After the initial crash, Robinson’s vehicle was struck head-on by a vehicle driven by Adronicus L. Matthews (48) of Denham Springs. Despite being properly restrained, Robinson sustained severe injuries in the crash and was pronounced deceased on-scene.
Callahan and Matthews were also properly restrained. Callahan was transported to Greensburg Medical by Acadian Ambulance. Matthews was uninjured.
 
 
Obituary
Mrs. Roberta Taylor passed away at the age of 74 on Saturday, June 17, 2017 at Heritage Manor Nursing Home in Franklinton, LA.
 
 
Obituary
Deloris K. Stokes passed away June 18, 2017. Cook Richmond Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements which are incomplete at this time.
 
 
Obituary
Robert “Man” Dillon died June 14, 2017 at his home surrounded by his loving and caring family. Robert attended Franklinton High School where he played as quarterback and was a member of the Class of 1978.
 
 
June 21, 2017
Franklinton Man Gets 15 Years for Armed Robbery
District Attorney Warren Montgomery reports that Lavarion Savon Jefferson (18) of Franklinton, was sentenced June 12, 2017 to 15 years in prison without the benefit of parole, probation, or suspension of sentence for armed robbery with a firearm. A Washington Parish jury had convicted Jefferson May 11, 2017 after a two-day trial.

The crime occurred last year, when Jefferson and another man entered a Franklinton home on June 21 at 12:30 a.m. and walked into the bathroom, where a woman had been bathing her two-year-old son. Pointing a gun at the victim, Jefferson said, “Look at your son, not at me.”
Dressed in black pants and a dark hoodie, partially covering his face, Jefferson demanded to know where cash was kept in the home. The victim told him where to find a bedroom safe and coin jar, which together contained $230. The men then fled with the cash. An investigation by the Franklinton Police Department identified Jefferson as the gunman.
 
 
June 21, 2017
Former Fontainebleau Coach Pleads to Molesting Student
District Attorney Warren Montgomery reports that William L. Leto (38) of Bush, a former math teacher and assistant girls’ basketball coach at Fontainebleau High School in Mandeville, pleaded guilty Monday (June 19, 2017) to molestation of a juvenile by a teacher.

District Judge Richard Swartz, Jr., sentenced Leto to five years in prison without the benefit of probation, parole, or suspension of sentence. Upon release, Leto must register as a sex offender for 25 years.
The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office received an anonymous tip last year that Leto was having an inappropriate relationship with a 16-year-old student. An investigation determined that Leto’s contact with the student began on social media and turned sexual.
Assistant District Attorney John Alford prosecuted the case.
 
 
June 21, 2017
Reginald Laurent Announces Candidacy for Judge
Slidell City Prosecutor Reginald “Reggie” Laurent announced June 15th in front of the St. Tammany Parish Justice Center that he is seeking to become the next District Judge in Division H.
“I want to add a new dimension to our judiciary,” said Laurent, a lifelong Slidell resident. “My experience, values, vision, education, and knowledge of the people in the Northshore community will raise the bar. I wish to enhance, rather than simply maintain or lower the standards.”
 
 
June 21, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information
Stephanie Sheets was booked 06/20 on the charges of Attachment, Careless Operation, and Criminal Damage to Property Under 500
 
 
June 20, 2017
Franklinton Woman Cited For Animal Cruelty
Yesterday (June 19, 2017) evening Franklinton Police Lt. James Holmes observed a suspicious vehicle quickly speed away from a secluded area and then noticed several puppies next to the street. Lt. Holmes advise Sgt. Brandon Manning who was able to stop the vehicle.
Rita Mooney of Franklinton admitted to Officers she had dropped the puppies off in hopes someone would find them. Mooney was charges with misdemeanor animal cruelty and released until her court date in August.

The puppies were turned over to animal control for safety and have since been taken by the Humane Society of Louisiana. They will be evaluated by a Veterinarian and placed for adoption. For more information and an application to adopt please go to www.humanela.org

The Franklinton Police Department and Animal Control would like to remind everyone that we take animal cruelty very seriously and encourage everyone to spay and neuter there animals, please contact local animal shelters if you cannot care for the dogs or cats.
 
 
June 20, 2017
Bogalusan Was Growing Marijuana in His Window Sill
Source: Bogalusa Police Department Release
The Bogalusa Police Department received a call Monday afternoon of a possible marijuana plant being in a window of a residence in the 900 block of Long Avenue. When Officers arrived, marijuana plants could been seen in plain view sitting on the window sill. The shift of Capt. Wendell O'Berry made contact with the homeowner, Jarius Caston (28). Caston was placed under arrest for the following charges.
1.  Cultivation of Marijuana.
2.  Possession with intent to Distribute Marijuana.
3.  Possession of a firearm with a Controlled Dangerous Substance.
4.  2 counts Possession of a Controlled Dangerous Substance in the
presence of a child under the age of 17.
 
 
June 20, 2017
Pearl River Man Sought for Double Homicide
The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking the public’s assistance in locating a man responsible for a double homicide, which occurred yesterday evening in St. Tammany Parish.
Jason Magee III (DOB: 12-26-76), is currently wanted for two counts of First Degree Murder. Yesterday evening, Magee shot his ex-wife, and her boyfriend, to death in a home near Highway 41 and Max Mercer Road in Pearl River, Louisiana. The names of the victims are not being released at this time until proper next-of-kin notifications can be made.
Magee is described as 6’4” tall, 300 pounds, and has brown hair and blue eyes. He was last seen driving a black 2015 GMC Sierra bearing Louisiana license plate number C311473. Authorities believe this is an isolated domestic violence incident, however, are considering Magee armed and dangerous. He could be a danger to himself and others.
If you know the whereabouts of Jason Magee, please call 911 or Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111.
 
 
June 20, 2017
Two St. Tammany Men Arrested On Child Exploitation Charges 
Christopher Yates (39) of Slidell was booked on 30 counts of Sexual Abuse Images/Videos of Children (under the age of 13), one count of Sexual Abuse Images/Videos of Children, one count of Indecent Behavior with Juveniles, one count of Computer Aided Solicitation of a Minor, and one count of Video Voyeurism. This following a joint investigation between the Louisiana Bureau of Investigation’s (LBI) Cyber Crime Unit, the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office, and the Slidell Police Department. 
Derrick Lockhart (40) of Covington was booked on two counts of Sexual Abuse Images/Videos of Children, two counts of Indecent Behavior of Juveniles, and one count of Computer Aided Solicitation of a Minor. This followed a joint investigation between the LBI’s Cyber Crime Unit and the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office.

General Landry’s Cyber Crime Unit has investigated thousands of computer crimes that have victimized children from infants to 16 years of age. To report child exploitation, call the Louisiana Bureau of Investigation at 800-256-4506.
 
 
June 20, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information
Briana McNeese was booked 06/19 In From Court
Sean Ebers was booked 06/19 In From Court
Leslie Hayes was booked 06/19 on the charges of Possession of Schedule II Drugs and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Pam Thomas was booked 06/19 on the charges of Carrying a Concealed Weapon and Resisting an Officer
Cody Hall was booked 06/19 In From Court
 
 
Obituary
Billy Ray Parker, age 84, a resident of Bogalusa, LA, passed away on Sunday, June 18, 2017 at his home in Bogalusa, LA. He was born on October 12, 1932 in Isabel, LA.
 
 
Obituary
Beverly Ann Tisdale, age 67, a resident of Bogalusa, passed away on Sunday, June 18, 2017 at her home in Bogalusa, LA. She was born on August 5, 1949 in New Orleans, LA.
 
 
Obituary
Barbara Ann Kennedy age 73 passed away on June 18, 2017 at Hospice House of Slidell. She was a resident of Angie La. She is a member of First Missionary Baptist Church in Varnado La.
 
 
June 19, 2017
Wet Weather Forecasted Now Thru Thursday
At 3:52 pm today, the National Weather Service requested an  IMMEDIATE BROADCAST for a Flood Watch. Very heavy rain is expected from Potential Tropical Cyclone Three as early as tonight and lasting until Friday. Expectation is for 4 to 8 inches with isolated areas greater than 10 inches. Coastal regions are expected to experience the worst of it.
 
 
June 19, 2017
Father's Day Celebration Turns Deadly in Slidell
A family gathering celebrating Father’s Day turned deadly Sunday (June 18, 2017) night in Slidell. Slidell Police, responding to reports of gunfire in the 1300 block of Sunset Drive, found Eric Brown laying in the street and suffering from several gunshot wounds. Eric Brown was transported to an area hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

James Chaney (32), and his aunt’s fiancé, Eric Brown (40), got into a verbal argument in the back yard at 1301 Sunset Drive. James Chaney armed himself with a firearm, the argument continued into the street and turned physical. James Chaney fired several shots at Eric Brown, striking him several times. Eric Brown ran down the street, where he later collapsed.
Investigators recovered the 9mm semi-automatic pistol inside the residence and charged James Chaney with one count of Second Degree Murder.
 
 
Obituary
MERRY EVE DYKES DILLON, AGE 82 and a resident of Franklinton died at 8:50 am Sunday June 18, 2017 at Riverside Medical Center. She was a 1952 graduate of Franklinton High School that enjoyed watching sporting events including LSU and the New Orleans Saints. Merry was a longtime employee of the Washington Parish Government and had retired as the Assistant Registrar of Voters. She was always a loving wife, mother and grandmother that adored all her grandchildren and loved spending time with her family.
 
 
June 19, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Staff Makes Drug Bust
The evening of June 16, an alert Washington Parish Jail staff intercepted a cache of drugs which a probationer was attempting to smuggle into the jail. Leigh Edward Cutrer (37), a resident of Spring Valley Road in Bogalusa, was serving a probation sentence which required him to regularly report to the jail to serve a specified number of days as a requirement of his probation.

Acting on suspicion that Cutrer was attempting to introduce contraband, the jail staff intercepted him when he reported to jail Friday night and discovered a quantity of marijuana, hydrocodone pills and tobacco. The contraband was seized, Cutrer was placed in a cell block, and he was later formally booked on his new charges of felony introduction of contraband, felony possession of Schedule IV drugs and misdemeanor possession of Schedule I drugs.
“Our amazing jail staff does not receive the recognition they deserve,” stated Sheriff Randy Seal. “They are the unsung heroes of the criminal justice system and do an awesome job of managing the jail population. Their job is very demanding and very difficult, but they perform their duties in a very professional manner. I tip my hat to them for a job well done.”
 
 
Obituary
SHIRLEY ANN COX LOTT, AGE 76 and a resident of Pine died at 8:20 pm Sunday June 18, 2017 at the Pontchartrain Guest House in Mandeville. She was a longtime member of Faith Tabernacle Apostolic Church that truly loved her church and church family. Shirley believed deeply in the power of prayer and was a true prayer warrior, spending countless hours in her church prayer room. She was an accomplished seamstress for most of her life often making dresses and clothing for the younger friends and family members.
 
 
June 19, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information
William Phelps was booked 06/17 In From Court
Elvin Munguia was booked 06/17 on the charges of Driving While Intoxicated, Improper Lane Useage, and No Drivers License
Joseph Freeman was booked 06/17 In For Court
James Butler was booked 06/17 In For Court
Howard Hanson was booked 06/17 In For Court
Lewis Wilson was booked 06/17 on the charges of Aggravated Burglary, Simple Battery, and Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule I Drugs
Wayne Magee was booked 06/17 on the charges of Failure to Comply: Address Change and Failure to Honor Written Promise
Kevin Crutchfield was booked 06/17 on the charge of Possession of Schedule I Drugs
Elgrie Payne was booked 06/17 on the charges of Possession of Schedule I Drugs, Possession of Marijuana (2nd Offense), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Switched License Plates, Driving Under Suspension, Registration -No Proof/Must carry, Possession of CDS With Weapon Present, Violation of Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances, Possession of a Stolen Firearm, Convicted Felon in Possession of Firearm, and No Insurance
Chad Cothern was booked 06/17 on the charges of Possession of Schedule III Drugs and Sale Distribution or Possession of Legend Drugs Without Prescription or Order
Terry Kemp was booked 06/17 on the charges of Driving While Intoxicated (4th Offense), Driving With Suspended License Due to Previous DUI or Other, and Careless Operation
Shean Sheridan was booked 06/18 on the charge of Failure to Appear
Ritchie Martin was booked 06/18 on the charges of Simple Assault (4 counts)
 
 
Obituary
Bruce Dale Billings, age 60 and a resident of Bogalusa LA, passed away on Thursday, June 15, 2017.
 
 
June 19, 2017
TPSO Seeking Hit and Run Driver
Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Daniel Edwards reports that they are is looking for the person(s) responsible for a hit and run that occurred Sunday (June 18, 2017) night and that claimed the life of Walter Collier (31) of Ponchatoula and hospitalized a 30-year old female.
TPSO deputies W. Club Deluxe Rd. at the KOA Campground where first responders were already on the scene attempting to render aid to the two pedestrians that were struck by a vehicle while they were walking on the shoulder of the roadway.
There are no reports of anyone physically witnessing the crash occur. However, a dark colored two-door sports car was seen leaving the area, speeding east toward Morrison Blvd. seconds after bystanders heard the crash occur.
Sheriff Edwards is asking anyone with information regarding this hit and run to please contact Crime Stoppers at 800.554.5245.
 
 
June 19, 2017
Motorcycle Tire Failure Leads to Fatal Crash on I-55
Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop L responded Saturday (June 17, 2017) to a three vehicle fatal crash involving a motorcycle on I-55 two miles north of LA 40 in Tangipahoa Parish. The motorcycle operator identified as Geza Ray Kovach, Jr. (32) was killed in the crash.
Troopers to determined that Kovach's motorcycle sustained a tire failure and crashed. After crashing, the motorcycle was struck by a vehicle driven by Kenney Ray Rogers (52) of Magnolia, MS. The motorcycle operator was struck by a vehicle driven by Sherry Lynn May (36) of Bogue Chitto, MS. Rogers and May were uninjured in the crash.
 
 
Obituary
JAMES LARRY MILLER, AGE 78 and a resident of Mt. Hermon died Friday evening June 16, 2017 at St. Tammany Parish Hospital. He was a Vietnam War era veteran of the United States Air Force which began a career of 21 years. Larry worked at the former Washington Bank for 14 before a career as a Washington Parish Sheriff’s Deputy for 17 years. During this time, he also served as a Justice of the Peace in Mt. Hermon for 32 years. Larry enjoyed playing softball in his younger days and also liked working on his computer, but his main hobby was work and the service he provided to his community. He was longtime active member of Mt. Hermon Baptist Church, where he was a deacon for over 30 years and also the music director and a member of the church choir.
 
 
Obituary
SIDNEY ALLEN CUTRER, AGE 70 and a resident of McComb died at 2:00 pm Thursday June 15, 2017 at St. Dominic Hospital in Jackson, MS. He was a longtime truck driver for W.R. Core Construction. Sidney was an avid hunter and fisherman. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Sun that enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren, family and friends.
 
 
June 17, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information

Dequarius Simmons was booked 06/16 on the charges of Domestic Abuse Battery and Domestic Abuse: Child Endangerment
Deona Pittman was booked 06/16 on the charges of Fugitive Other Jurisdiction, Driving While Intoxicated (3rd Offense), Improper Turn/Accident, and Driving Under Suspension
Fredrick Weary was booked 06/16 In From Court
David Smith was booked 06/16 on the charges of Cruelty to Animals (3 counts)
Beiounca Watkins was booked 06/16 on the charges of Attachment, Contempt of Court, and Failure to Appear (4 counts)
 
 
Obituary
MICHAEL JERRY BARBER, AGEG 63 and a resident of Franklinton died Thursday morning June 15, 2017 at Lakeview Regional Medical Center. He was a longtime truck driver for several area companies through the years. Michael was an outdoorsman that enjoyed hunting and fishing. He also enjoyed playing music on his guitar. “Uncle Mike”, as he was known to those close to him, loved cooking out and spending time with his friends and family, especially the many young children.
 
 
June 16, 2017
Tangi Rodeo is This Weekend

It’s one of the biggest rodeos in the South and it’s all happening this Friday and Saturday at the Florida Parishes Arena in Amite. It’s the Tangipahoa Parish Pro Rodeo. The gates open at 6 PM and the rodeo starts at 8 PM. There will be plenty of heart-pumping excitement for all members of the family plus a portion of the proceeds will go to help our local veterans. So come out and enjoy the toughest sport on dirt!
For more information go to www.tangipahoaparishprorodeo.net
 
 
June 16, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information
Chad LaFrance was booked 06/15 In For Court
Anna Seals was booked 06/15 on the charge of Domestic Abuse: Child Endangerment
Steven Seals was booked 06/15 on the charge of Probation Violation
Vincent Peters was booke
d 06/15 on the charges of Distribution of Schedule I Drugs and Possession of Marijuana
 
 
June 16, 2017
Hammond Woman Pleads to Fraudulent Tax Preparation
Acting U.S. Attorney Duane A. Evans announced that ROJONAH HARRIS (35) of Hammond, pled guilty June 15, 2017 to aiding and abetting in the preparation of false tax returns.
HARRIS was dba Harris Finance and Tax Service and regularly claimed false deductions and claimed false federal tax withholdings for her clients to generate unnecessarily large refunds to which they were not entitled. She charged substantial tax preparation fees, earning not less than $582,090 in return preparation fees for preparing tax returns for tax years 2011 through 2013.
In total, between tax years 2011 and 2014, HARRIS's activities resulted in inappropriate and unnecessary refunds of not less than approximately $1,115,578. As part of her plea, HARRIS acknowledged a loss to the IRS of not less than $1,115,578, and agreed to repay at least that amount in restitution.
HARRIS faces a maximum term of imprisonment of not more than three years followed by up to one year of supervised release, and a $100,000 fine. U.S. District Judge Lance M. Africk set sentencing for September 21, 2017.
 
 
June 15, 2017
Sheriff Seeks Identify of Armed Robber of Produce Stand
On June 11, the Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of an armed robbery at a produce stand on Highway 438 in the Thomas community. The victim reported that a male subject pulled up to the business, picked up produce items and set them on a scale. He then returned to his vehicle to get his wallet.
When the subject returned to the produce stand, he produced a hand gun, and forced the victim to hand over the money and lie on the ground. The robber then left the area traveling west bound.
The suspect is a male with dreadlocks and a ponytail. He was driving a newer model white Nissan with a Mississippi license plate. A female passenger was in the car.
Any person who has information about this robbery is asked to contact Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office detective Raymond Myers at (985) 839-3434.
Sheriff Randy Seal said, “Once again, we call on area citizens to help us identify a criminal. We need to locate and arrest this man. If you have any information, please call and let us know. It is not necessary that you identify yourself.”
 
 
June 15, 2017
Slidell Man Arrested for Washington Parish Burglary
Idi Amin Muhammad (46), a resident of Javery Road in Slidell, spent one night in the Washington Parish Jail before being released after posting a $3,500 bond.
Muhammad’s June 9, 2017 arrest was the result of a burglary committed earlier in the year on Highway 21 south of Bogalusa. Several items of heavy duty cooking equipment were stolen. WPSO identified Muhammad as the suspect in the crime and with assistance from the STPSO, Muhammad was arrested.

During the booking procedure at the St. Tammany Parish Jail, Muhammad resisted and destroyed items in the booking office where he was being processed. He will face more charges in St. Tammany Parish as a result of his actions. After being booked into the jail, he was transported to the Washington Parish Jail by Washington Parish officials where he is charged with burglary.
Sheriff Randy Seal stated, “This is another example of cooperation with neighboring law enforcement agencies to identify and apprehend traveling criminals. Many thanks to Sheriff Randy Smith and the fine officers of the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office for their assistance in arresting Mr. Muhammad.”
 
 
June 15, 2017
Texas Man Jailed for Sex Offenses in Washington Parish
Gary Wayne Mayfield (63), a resident of Rusk, Texas, is in the Washington Parish Jail charged with two counts of aggravated rape and one count of indecent behavior with juveniles. The crimes were committed several years ago against two juveniles in Washington Parish and were only revealed recently.

Mayfield, a former resident of Washington Parish, had relocated to Rusk, Texas.  Detectives obtained a warrant for Mayfield’s arrest on February of 2017, he was arrested in Texas, and returned to Washington parish on June 11, 2017 after unsuccessfully fighting extradition.
Additional information will not be released in order to protect the identity of Mayfield’s victims.
Sheriff Randy Seal complimented Washington Parish detectives on bringing the case to conclusion and working with Texas law enforcement officials to have Mayfield arrested and brought back to Washington Parish to stand trial. “As always, our detectives devoted necessary resources to make an arrest. Cases like this are always complicated and sensitive. I appreciate the hard work of our detective division.”
 
 
June 15, 2017
Tangi Man With a Record Arrested for WP Burglary
Washington Parish Sheriff's Office detectives have determined that Kacey Lee Lanier (28) of Amite was traveling with a motorist in Washington Parish when he got into an argument with the driver who dropped him off on Highway 62 in the Pine community. Lanier then made his way to a residence that was under renovation, burglarized the residence, and called for an unidentified person from Tangipahoa Parish to pick him up. He was noticed by several citizens who gave a good description. When his ride arrived, Lanier loaded the stolen items, that included a utility trailer and Kubota tractor.

Lanier was arrested and returned to Washington Parish on June 9th but released on June 11 after posting a $3,500 bond. The investigation into the burglary continues and Sheriff Randy Seal asks that any person who has knowledge of the location of the stolen tractor and trailer to please contact Detective Lieutenant Tom Anderson at (985) 661-2024.
According to an October 2016 article posted on Baton Rouge’s WBRZ website, Lanier was arrested by the TPSO in 2016 for obstruction of justice after he allegedly helped a murder suspect by allowing him into his home, helping him hide the gun used in the murder, driving the murder suspect to another area where the murder suspect stole a truck, and helping the murder suspect obtain another gun later used in a drive-by shooting. Details concerning Lanier’s incarceration and release in Tangipahoa Parish are not known at this time.
“There is more to this entire matter than meets the eye,” stated Sheriff Randy Seal. “Our detective division will continue to work on this case and will see it through to the end.”
 
 
Obituary
William Clinton Kahl passed away peacefully on June 14, 2017 at his residence at the age 97. He was an Engineer for Exxon Petroleum, served his country in the U.S. Coast Guard, and was a member of the V.F.W. in Baton Rouge. William was a native of Bush and a member of Hebron Baptist Church.
 
 
Obituary
Elton Miley passed away peacefully at his residence on June 13, 2017 at the age of 61. He was a carpenter in the community and was of the Baptist Faith.
 
 
Obituary
Joseph "Joe" Jones passed away peacefully at the Heritage Manor Nursing Home in Franklinton at the age of 80. Joe was a auto mechanic and had his own business in Bogalusa for many years rebuilding alternators and starters. Joe was a native of Bogalusa and was of the Baptist faith.
 
 
June 15, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information

Susan Audibert was booked 06/14 In From Court
Essie Hicks was booked 06/14 In From Court
Jason Seal was booked 06/14 In From Court
Angel Gonzales was booked 06/14 In For Court
Kelvin Jackson was booked 06/14 on the charge of Simple Burglary
Ronald Farmer was booked 06/14 on the charges of Failure to Use Turn Signal, Aggravated Flight From An Officer, Aggravated Obstruction of Commerce/Roadway, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Latasha Cook was booked 06/14 on the charge of Simple Burglary
Odell Peters was booked 06/14 on the charges of Simple Battery, Aggravated Assault With A Firearm, and Contempt of Court
 
 
June 14, 2017
Youth Soccer Registration Soon in McComb
 
 
June 14, 2017
Kid's Day Event at McComb RR Depot Museum
 
 
Obituary
J. J. BAHM, AGE 69 and a resident of Franklinton died early Wednesday morning June 14, 2017 at North Oaks Medical Center. He was a United States Army veteran of the Vietnam War. J.J. worked for many years at Southern Natural Gas before a career as a tug-boat engineer for Bisso Towing. He enjoyed spending time with his many friends at the V.F.W. and cooking out, including his favorite jambalaya.
 
 
Obituary
BRENDA JOYCE JENKINS ALSOBRROKS, AGE 48 and a resident of Bogalusa died at 5:33 pm Tuesday June 13, 2017 at Lakeview Regional Medical Center. She was a longtime employee of the Pine Malt Stand. Brenda loved attending church services at several different churches throughout the area. She was a loving mother and cherished the time spent with her grandchildren.
 
 
Obituary
Johnnie D. Partman, born April 28, 1948, passed away June 12, 2017. He united with the Hayes Creek Missionary Baptist Church at an early age.
 
 
Obituary
Valerie Ann Graves died June 10, 2017 at the age of 47. Cook Richmond Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements which are incomplete at this time.
 
June 14, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information

Clarence Jackson was booked 06/13 on the charge of Violation of Supervised Release
Curtis Hodges was booked 06/13 on the charges of Failure to Appear (3 counts) and Failure to Pay Fine
Osric Hines was booked 06/13 on the charge of Attachment
Rayburn Harvin was booked 06/14 on the charges of Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Schedule II Drugs, Possession of Schedule IV Drugs, Possession of Schedule I (Tetahydrocannabis or Synthetic Cannabinoids), and Obstruction of Highway
 
 
June 13, 2017
Judge Rules Kacie Breen Entitled Insurance Money
Source:  Bob Warren, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
A federal judge has ruled that Kacie Breen, who fatally shot her physician husband in a 2015 case that riveted St. Tammany Parish, is entitled to money from her deceased husband's life insurance policy.
U.S. District Judge Kurt Engelhardt on Friday (June 9) ruled that Dr. Wayne Breen's five adult children from a previous marriage had failed during a two-day trial in March to prove that Kacie Breen intentionally killed Wayne Breen for a financial windfall.
Engelhardt ruled that, after hearing testimony of Wayne Breen's anger, Kacie Breen's use of a handgun to protect herself as her husband physically attacked her "appears reasonable.'' Further, he wrote, there was no evidence to suggest Kacie Breen had a financial motive to kill Wayne Breen, "particularly with a firearm by her own hand to claim life insurance payments or gain a financial windfall.''
 
 
Obituary
Buford Crain was born in Pine March 6, 1928. He passed away on June 12, 2107 in McComb Ms. He was raised in Bogalusa and graduated in 1946 and attended LSU and Louisiana College where he graduated. He also taught school in the Bogalusa School System. He was a US Army Veteran.
 
 
June 13, 2017
Washington Parish Council Hears From Judge Candidate
The Washington Parish Council met in regular session Monday (June 12, 2017) and, in addition to acting on routine matters,
  • heard from Reginald J. Laurent, candidate for Judge, Division “H”, 22nd Judicial District Court (beginning 2:10 into video of the meeting),
  • heard from resident Phillipp Bedwell with a suggestion regarding the criminal justice budget (beginning 27:30 into video of the meeting),
  • heard from resident Donald Long requesting council members attend Fire Protection District meetings (beginning 28:40 into video of the meeting), and
  • heard reports from Parish President Richard Thomas and his staff. (beginning 29:30 into video of the meeting). Finance Director Donna Graham reported that the Era-Leader would be the Official Journal and that the 2016 audit was completed and the auditor would report on the results on June 26, 2017. Public Works Director Leo Lucchesi reported on renovation of the upstairs area in the courthouse and provided updates on the DOTD Road Transfer program and the bridge to culvert program. Transportation Manager Donnell Merritt reported on work performed by road crews.

After further comments by President Thomas and questions from the Council, the meeting concluded with comments from council members.

 
June 13, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information
Richard Holmes was booked 06/12 on the charges of Contempt of Court (2 counts), Possession of Schedule II Drugs, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Burglary of Business/Commercial
Zechariah Crain was booked 06/12 on the charges of Terrorizing, Convicted Felon in Possession of Firearm, Resisting a Police Officer With Force or Violence (2 counts), Theft of Firearm, Resisting an Officer (Flight on Foot), and Failure to Appear
 
 
Obituary
William “Bill” Hillyer Parker, 70, passed away peacefully June 11th at Chateau de Notre Dame in New Orleans, following his brief battle with pancreatic cancer. Bill graduated from Neville High School and received a degree in accounting from Northeast Louisiana University. He worked with the Monroe Police Department for several years and then moved his family to Bogalusa to be part of his wife’s family floral business. He then started his own wholesale horticulture business, Parker’s Flower Company in 1978.
 
June 13, 2017
Slidell Teen Killed in Car Crash
A Slidell teenager, Spencer Coe (17) was killed in a single vehicle accident Monday (June 12, 2017) morning on Bayou Paquet Road in Lacombe. St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of the crash and found Coe's vehicle overturned in the tree line. Coe was pronounced dead at the scene. There were no other occupants in the vehicle. The preliminary investigation indicates that speed was a contributing factor in the crash, but the investigation is still on-going. Coe was wearing his seatbelt.
St. Tammany Parish Randy Smith says, “Losing someone in a car crash is never easy. When it’s a young teenager with the whole world ahead of him, it makes it that much more devastating.” Spencer was a student at Pope John Paul II Catholic High School, and was an upcoming senior from the Class of 2018. “Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Spencer. They are going to need the support of our entire community,” says Sheriff Randy Smith.
 
 
June 12, 2017
Osyka Fugitive Arrested in Florida
Update on our June 1, 2017 Story: Osyka Man Sought by Pike County S.O. For Theft
Johnny R. Gill (38) of Osyka and wanted by the Pike County Sheriff's Office for theft was arrested in Tampa, Florida on June 11, 2017.
 
 
June 12, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information

James Spears was booked 06/10 on the charges of Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Improper Lane Useage, and Driving Under Suspension
Leonard Swentik was booked 06/10 on the charges of Aggravated Assault, Careless Operation, and Driving Under Suspension
Gary Mayfield was booked 06/11 on the charges of First Degree/Aggravated Rape (2 counts) and Indecent Behavior With Juvenile(s)
Tammie McGee was booked 06/11 on the charge of Disturbing the Peace/Drunkenness
Chelsea Hartzog was booked 06/11 on the charges of Possession of Heroin, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Switched License Plates, Careless Operation, Exired MVI, No Proof of Insurance, No License Plate, and Driving While Intoxicated
Sarah Rogers was booked 06/11 on the charges of Possession of Schedule I Drugs (Morphine), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Illegal Use of CDS in Presence of Person Under 17 YOA, and Possession of Schedule III Drugs
Dwayne Smith was booked 06/11 on the charges of Resisting and Officer, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of Schedule I Drugs (Morphine)
Michael Engram was booked 06/11 on the charges of Unauthorized Use of Access Card and Contempt of Court
Jerry Harper was booked 06/11 on the charge of Probation Violation
Leigh Cutrer was booked 06/11 In From Court
 
 
Obituary
Surrounded by his family, Donald Painter, age 68, passed away on June 8, 2017 at his home in the Spring Creek, LA. community. He graduated from Spring Creek School and was raised on a dairy farm.
 
 
Obituary
Jacquelyn Nicole "Nikki" Edwards born October 12, 1985 went home to be with The Lord on June 8, 2017 at the age of 31. She was a member Truelight Missionary Baptist Church and a native of Bogalusa.
 
 
Obituary
Andrea (Ann) Faye Bennett, 77, passed away on Friday, June 9, 2017 in Shreveport. Ann grew up in Bogalusa, graduated from Bogalusa High School, graduated from Southeastern Louisiana College, and earned her certification as a Medical Technologist from the American Society of Clinical Pathologists at Oschner Foundation Hospital. She worked at Louisiana State University, Our Lady of the Lake Hospital, and as director of the clinical laboratory at Bogalusa Community Medical Center. Ann was an active member of Calvary Baptist Church in Bogalusa as a youth and young adult and then active member of Superior Avenue Baptist Church.
 
Obituary
Frankie L. Gehringer, Jr., born in Kentwood on May 12, 1932, slipped the bonds of this Earth on June 9, 2017 and went to be with his Heavenly Father. He was an Eagle Scout, a Navy Pilot, a rural mail courier, a Fire Chief, President of the Kentwood Lions Club, a member of First Baptist Church, served with the Kentwood Volunteer Fire Department for 60 years and was an avid fisherman. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Southeastern Louisiana University and was a math teacher. 
 
Obituary
Peggy "Peggy Sue" Mitchell Newman, a resident of Kentwood, passed away at 8:30 PM on Saturday, June 10, 2017 at her home. She was born November 12, 1961 in Independence and was 55 years of age.
 
 
June 10, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information

Michael Dwire was booked 06/09 on the charge of Fugitive Other Jurisdiction
Kacey Lanier was booked 06/09 on the charge of Simple Burglary
Idi Muhammad was booked 06/09 on the charge of Simple Burglary
Fredrick Weary was booked 06/09 In From Court
Jaylen Magee was booked 06/09 on the charges of Criminal Damage to Property and Failure to Appear
Peter Williams was booked 06/09 on the charge of Criminal Damage to Property
Joshua White was booked 06/09 In For Court
Damarquiez Harris was booked 06/09 In for Court
Jennifer Blackwell was booked 06/09 on the charge of Possession of Stolen Property
Clarissa Bellue was booked 06/09 on the charges of Contempt of Court, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Schedule II Drugs, and Possession of Marijuana
Dylan Miley was booked 06/09 on the charges of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Marijuana (2nd Offense), and Possession of Schedule II Drugs
Sergio Reyes was booked 06/09 on the charges of Contempt of Court and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Cynthia Nobles was booked 06/09 on the charge of Failure to Appear
Dudley Fuqua was booked 06/09 on the charge of Fugitive Other Jurisdiction
Kenneth Barker was booked 06/09 on the charge of Criminal Damage to Property
 
 
Obituary
Larry R. Miller, age 68, passed away on June 8, 2017 at his residence in Bush. He was a US Army Veteran.
 
 
June 9, 2017
2 From Franklinton Among 4 Indicted in St. Tammany
William Thomas Jones, Jr., (44) of Franklinton, the former evidence custodian for the Causeway Police Department, was indicted by a St. Tammany Parish Grand Jury on June 8, 2017. He was indicted for malfeasance in office, theft of items valued at more than $5,000, and two counts of theft of a firearm. According to District Attorney Warren Montgomery, Jones is accused of stealing controlled dangerous substances under his custody between Oct. 4, 2011, and Nov. 28, 2016, taking cash valued at between $5,000 and $25,000 from evidence collected by the department, and taking two firearms (a Smith and Wesson 40-caliber handgun and a Taurus 38-caliber handgun) that were in the department’s custody.
Also indicted were Margaret Camaille Stockstill (32) of Franklinton. Stockstill was arrested by the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office April 29, 2017 for the shooting death of Cody Crouch (27) on April 14, 2017. Crouch was shot with a .22 caliber revolver once in the lower abdomen followed an argument between Couch, Stockstill, and Couch's fiancé in the Folsom community. Although originally charged with Manslaughter, Stockstill was indicted on the charge of second degree murder.
Indictments were also returned against Jake Mills (20) of Mandeville for second degree murder in the death of Vincent A. Cuccia on or about March 18, 2017. and against Craig Anthony Marquez (54) of Abita Springs for aggravated first degree rape of a victim under 13.
 
Some Who Make What We Do Possible
 
 
June 9, 2017
Update on Bogalusa Court 'Debtors' Prison' Case
Source: Richard Rainey, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
In a partial settlement on May 23rd, Bogalusa City Court agreed to refund anyone in the past two years forced to pay $50 after asking for extra time to cover their fines and court costs. 
The year-old federal lawsuit against Bogalusa Judge Robert Black, however, is far from over. 
Nine defendants, represented by the Southern Poverty Law Center, sued the city court and Black in June 2016. They alleged he would demand immediate payment of fines and court costs from defendants found guilty of minor infractions. 
The law center is seeking class-action status for its clients as it tries to put an end to the practice "so that other people wouldn't be injured by it," said Sam Brooke, the SPLC's deputy legal director. A hearing on that has been scheduled for June 21.
The lawsuit accused Black of failing to ask defendants whether they can afford to pay a fine -- a requirement imposed by the U.S. Supreme Court -- or offering them alternatives to jail, such as community service or a payment schedule. It also accused the judge of unfair bias because up to a fifth of the court's annual operational budget is covered through fines and fees collected from defendants.
Black said in 2016 that he had suspended both practices -- the collection of fines and fees and requirement of an extension fee -- shortly after the lawsuit was filed.
 
 
June 9, 2017
Arrest Made in Death of Pit Bull
Update of our May 30, 2017: STPSO Investigating the Reported Killing of a Pit Bull
Willis Brailey (50) of Slidell has been arrested for simple cruelty to animals after pictures posted on social media created a firestorm over allegations that he dragged his canine to death. However, the investigation, during which multiple independent witnesses were interviewed, revealed that the incident was an accident and was not intentional.
Brailey told investigators he took his two dogs for a ride, which he often does, and put them on a leash inside the bed of his pickup truck. Unbeknownst to Brailey, one of his dogs jumped out of the truck while he was driving down the highway. Brailey was flagged down and he pulled over to find his dog deceased but left when faced with an angry person accusing him of “murdering” his dog.  Brailey immediately went home, called Slidell Animal Control, and left a message because they were closed.
 
 
June 9, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information

Timmothy Watts was booked 06/08 on the charges of Careless Operation, Driving With Suspended License Due to Previous DUI (or other), and Fugitive Other Jurisdiction
Joshua Reagan was booked 06/08 on the charges of Driving While Intoxicated (3rd Offense), Improper Lane Useage, Improper Equipment, Careless Operation, and Resisting Arrest by Flight (Aggravated Flight)
Nicole Summers was booked 06/08 on the charges of Possession of Schedule II Drugs, Theft 750 or Less, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Criminal Trespass, and Fugitive Other Jurisdiction
Yasmmen Thomas was booked 06/08 on the charges of Burglary of Inhabited Dwelling and Possession of Stolen Property
Brandon Lotts was booked 06/08 on the charges of Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule I Drugs (3 counts), Possess With Intent to Distribute Schedule II Drugs, First Degree Murder, Convicted Felon in Possession of Firearm, Aggravated Criminal Damage to Property, Illegal Discharge/Use of Weapon, Obstruction of Justice, Failure to Appear (2 counts), and Fugitive Other Jurisdiction
Robert Warner was booked 06/08 on the charge of Failure to Pay Fine
 
 
June 9, 2017
"A Night On The Town" Event is Sat. June 10th in Bogalusa
 
 
Obituary
JOHN W. ODOM, JR. AGE 75 and a resident of Thomas died early Wednesday morning June 7, 2017 at St. Tammany Parish Hospital. He was born in Poplarville, MS on October 16, 1941 but was a longtime resident of Washington Parish. John was a member of Stateline United Pentecostal Church that enjoyed going to the Washington Parish Free Fair each year, especially the parade, Mile Branch Settlement and watching the acts on stage. He was a forklift operator for the Borden, Inc. milk plant until its closure when he then began service at the Washington Correctional Institute/Rayburn Correctional Center. He retired from there as a Correction Sergeant Master in May 2006. John also enjoyed working at the family firework stand, Big A’s Fireworks.
 
 
June 9, 2017
Bogalusa Resident Killed in Crash on LA 21
At 8:30 AM on Thursday (June 8, 2017), Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop L investigated a crash on LA 21 north of LA 10 in Washington Parish. The crash has claimed the life of Jacquelyn Nicole Edwards (31) of Bogalusa.
Troopers determined that Edwards, while attempting to make a U-turn on LA 21, pulled onto the right shoulder and when she reentered the highway was hit on the driver side by a Tractor Trailer driven by  Carnell Williams Jr. (50) of Prentiss, MS.
Despite being properly restrained, Edwards sustained severe injuries in the crash and was pronounced deceased shortly after arriving at North Oaks Health Systems. Williams was properly restrained at the time of the crash and was uninjured. Impairment is not suspected to have been a contributing factor.
 
 
June 8, 2017
Bogalusa Fugitive Murder Suspect is Back Home
Brandon Lotts (30), of Bogalusa, who was apprehended in Yuba County, California on a warrant for a First Degree Murder that occurred September 29, 2015, has been returned and charged by the Bogalusa Police Department. The murder was of Trevante Toney (21) of Lumberton, MS.  

On Thursday (June 8, 2017) was arrested by BPD on the charges of  First Degree Murder, Possession or carrying of a weapon by a convicted felon, Illegal use of weapons or dangerous instruments, Obstruction of Justice, Aggravated Criminal Damage to Property, Possession of Heroin with intent to distribute, Possession of Ecstasy with intent to distribute, Possession of Schedule II narcotics with intent to distribute, Possession of Marijuana with intent to distribute, and as a fugitive from East Baton Rouge Parish for Possession or carrying a weapon by a convicted felon.
 
 
June 8, 2017
Lengthy Bogalusa Council Meeting Has Controversy
The Bogalusa Council Tuesday (June 6, 2017) met and heard Alan Zaunbrecher (candidate for Judge, Division "H", 22nd JDC, Mayor Perrette read a Proclamation recognizing National Garden Week, Mayor Perrette presented a certificate to Glenda Stevenson for 35 years of service in the Bogalusa School System, tabled a Resolution to hire a Civil Service attorney, adopted three resolutions: two related to improvements at the airport and one to declare a radio tower as surplus property, introduced two ordinances: one to amend an ordinance pertaining to the cemeteries and another authorizing the Mayor to enter into an agreement with Project Save Bogalusa (Public Hearings on these two ordinances will be held June 20, 2017), approved three ordinances related to the airport, heard remarks from the Public Relations Director of the Crew of Unity about an event “A Night on the Town” to be held June 10th, heard from Dana Walters who expressed appreciation for support of the “Light Up the City” event held May 13th, and heard remarks from resident Malcolm Moses.

Controversial matters included the Resolution to hire a Civil Service attorney (view the video – part 1  beginning at 9:23). Angelo Pepe, Malcolm Moses, and Marvin Austin spoke in opposition to the Resolution. Mayor Perrette spoke of the need for the specialty attorney and City Attorney Dale Branch refuted Mr. Pepe's comments that the hiring would be a violation of the City's Charter.

Matters related to the airport also received opposition. (View the video – part 1 beginning 36:30). Opponents emphasized the need to address other needs of the City. The fact that improvements cost the City nothing and are 100% paid for by grants did not seem to matter and Councilman McCree voted in opposition to each airport matter.

Mayor Wendy Perrette addressed an action taken by Councilwoman Gloria Kates that she described as not legal or ethical. (See our separate article below about this matter) The meeting concluded with Mayor Perrette's Administrative Remarks and Council Discussion.
 
 
June 8, 2017
Bogalusa Councilwoman Kates' Actions Called Into Question
At the Bogalusa Council meeting of June 6, 2017, Mayor Wendy Perrette addressed (beginning at 38:15 of part 2 of video of the meeting) an action taken by Councilwoman Gloria Kates that the Mayor described as not legal or ethical.

The issue revolved around lighting at the Coach Mike Harrington ball field that is adjacent to the Poplas Recreation Center. Kates sent an email on April 21st to the Parks and Recreation Director asking him to sign off on an attached service agreement for Entergy to install LED lighting. While agreeing that security lighting is needed at the ball field, the Mayor related that a review determined that LED lighting was inadequate for ball fields and is, in fact, uninsurable. This information was included in a May 16th staff meeting. Also, Police Chief Kendall Bullen had concerns and asked to discuss his concerns with Councilwoman Kates but she failed to meet with him. On May 24th, Entergy installed the lights on a work order approved by Councilwoman Kates.

Mayor Perrette related that, in addition to the lighting being both inadequate and uninsurable, Kates' action was neither legal or ethical when considering the division of responsibilities between the three  branches of government as mandated by the State of Louisiana. Councilwoman Kates is part of the legislative branch and her actions intruded into responsibilities of the executive branch. Mayor Perrette further related that, after asking Kates to meet with her on May 26th regarding the matter, Kates refused to meet except in public and with her private attorney.

Kates described Mayor Perrette's remarks as an attack and as a fabrication (beginning at 1:01 of part 2 of video of the meeting).
 
 
Obituary
Michael Eugene Tannehill, born May 20, 1950 in Bogalusa,  passed away on June 7, 2017 at PAM Specialty Hospital in Covington, LA.
 
 
Obituary
Shirley Leming Freeman, age 70, a resident of Bogalusa, LA, passed away on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at Heritage Manor Nursing Home in Franklinton.
 
 
Obituary
Roberta Ann Carrier Kenny, 69, went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at Our Lady of the Angels Hospital in Bogalusa. She was born on June 2, 1948, a resident of Bogalusa, a member of Main Street Baptist Church, a friend to many and known affectionately as “MiMi” to all of the children in her family.
 
 
Obituary
Aliska Rice Babin. 85, a native of New Orleans resident of Bogalusa and former resident of Amelia, joined her father in heaven on Tuesday, June 6, 2017.
 
 
Obituary
STEVE GAINES, SR. AGE 69 and a resident of Vonore, TN died Monday morning June 5, 2017 at the Sweetwater Hospital. He was a native and longtime resident of Washington Parish. Steve worked for nearly 20 years in local law enforcement first as a Washington Parish Sheriff’s Deputy for 9 years before serving on the Franklinton Police Department for 7 years. Steve then worked for the Varnado Police Department where he also served as Chief of Police. Upon retiring, he moved to Tennessee to be near his favorite Great Smokey Mountains. Steve enjoyed exploring the mountains and loved Cades’s Cove. He also enjoyed fishing and hunting.
 
 
June 8, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information
Dale Dyson was booked 06/07 In From Court and on the charge of Failure to Appear
Jashma Crumedy was booked 06/07 on the charges of Distribution of Schedule I Drugs, Possession With Intent o Distribute Schedule I Drugs, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Fugitive Other Jurisdiction
William Magee was booked 06/07 In For Court
Leigh Cutrer was booked 06/07 In From Court
 
 
June 8, 2017
Motorcyclist Killed in Head-On Crash Near Hammond
Troopers from Louisiana State Police Troop L responded to a fatal head-on crash early Wednesday (June 7, 2017) morning involving a motorcycle on LA 1249 [Pumpkin Center Rd.] north of LA 22 in Tangipahoa Parish. The crash claimed the life of Jason Paul Spence (37) of Hammond.
Troopers determined that the vehicle driven by Lesley Christine Dutreix (51) of River Ridge crossed the centerline of the highway and crashed head-on into Spence's motorcycle. Despite wearing an approved DOT helmet, Spence sustained fatal injuries in the crash. Dutreix was wearing a seatbelt and suffered minor injuries.
Dutreix was cited for improper lane usage. At the completion of the fatal crash investigation, Troopers will consult the 21st Judicial District Attorney’s Office in reference to any additional criminal or traffic charges.
 
 
June 7, 2017
Bogalusa Man Arrested on Multiple Drug Charges
On the morning of June 7, 2017, detectives with the Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office Drug Task Force were joined by Louisiana State Police narcotics agents, a Drug Enforcement Agency officer and a Louisiana Probation agent to serve a State Police arrest warrant on Bogalusa resident Jashma Lavar Crumedy (28) He was charged with distribution of Schedule I Drugs, possession with intent to distribute Schedule I drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, and being a fugitive from another jurisdiction.
A search of Crumedy’s vehicle produced a small amount of heroin, a quantity of baggies commonly used to package illegal narcotics for sale, and $193 in cash. Officers then searched Crumedy’s residence and discovered an additional $2,200 concealed in a sock, his profits from conducting illegal drug sales, Crumedy’s only known source of income. He is unemployed.

Officers processed all seized items and displayed them to Sheriff Randy Seal who stated, “This is yet another example of the positive crime fighting results produced by our Drug Task Force as they work closely with officers from state and federal agencies. Any time we can combine agency resources, we expand our ability to combat crime. We will continue to work with other agencies within Louisiana and surrounding states to identify and arrest criminals.”
 
 
June 7, 2017
Alan Zaunbrecher (Candidate for Judge) Speaks at Council Meeting
Alan Zaunbrecher, candidate for District Judge, Division “H” of the 22nd Judicial District Court, came before the Bogalusa City Council Tuesday (June 6, 2017) evening to announce his candidacy.
Two seats will be decided in an election October 14, 2017: Division “H” for which Mr. Zaunbrecher is the only announced candidate and Division “E” for which Billy Burris and Jay Adair have announced.
 
 
June 7, 2017
RMC's Xtreme Kids Day Camp is July 28
Riverside Medical Center is hosting Xtreme Kids Day Camp on July 28th, from 8:30am to 1:00pm.for kids 9-12 years of age.   The camp will include a full day of fun where participants will learn healthy habits. Awesome obstacle courses, fun contests, and great door prizes are all a part of it!

Interested? Contact Britney Bell for information at 985-795-4141 or click here to download your registration form. Fill out the form and return it along with your $15 (per camper) fee to the front desk at Riverside Medical Center. The $15 Fee includes a free T-shirt and lunch!
Limited spots are available, so pre-registration is required.
 
 
June 7, 2017
Men's Health Luncheon June 27th
 
 
June 7, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information
Jeffrey Thomas was booked 06/06 on the charge of Failure to Appear
Booker Adams was booked 06/06 In For Court and on the charges of Failure to Pay Fine and Failure to Appear
Callie Painter was booked 06/06 on the charges of Fugitive Other Jurisdiction, Possession of Heroin, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (2 counts)
Whitney McNeese was booked 06/06 on the charges of Unauthorized Entry of an Inhabited Dwelling and Theft 750 or Less
Leron Warner was booked 06/06 on the charges of Failure to Appear and Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule I Drugs
 
 
June 6, 2017
Cadet Accused of Smuggling Drugs Into RCC
Source: Robert Rhoden - NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
A prison cadet was arrested Monday (January 5, 2017) for allegedly smuggling synthetic marijuana into the B.B. Rayburn Correctional Center near Angie on three occasions recently, authorities said. Caleb Powe (19) of Carriere, Mississippi, who was a probationary employee who had worked at the state prison since January 17, was fired, according to a news release from the Louisiana Department of Corrections.
During questioning, Powe confessed to delivering packages of drugs to the prison three times over the past four weeks, the release said. He said he was paid $400 to smuggle the drugs into the northeastern Washington Parish facility, according to authorities.
Correctional officers notified the Washington Parish Sheriff's Office, which booked Powe with introduction of contraband into a penal institution. His bond was set at $2,500.
 
 
June 6, 2017
LDWF Reminder: Do Not Disturb Deer Fawns
Though they may appear to be vulnerable and in need of assistance, unattended white-tailed deer fawns encountered in the wild should not be disturbed, according to Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries’ (LDWF) biologists. LDWF is reminding the public the best practice is to leave them alone and to remember it is against the law to capture young deer or any other wild animal.
Newborn fawns rely on their spotted coats and concealment during the first few weeks of life. Does will forage nearby and return periodically to nurse the young fawn. The lack of flight and hiding strategy of a newborn fawn often creates the illusion of abandonment.
Every year LDWF receives calls from concerned citizens who have found what they consider to be an abandoned deer fawn. Quiet departure from the area is recommended if a fawn is encountered. 
Louisiana’s deer herd has a wide range of breeding dates depending on the location within the state. Fawning typically occurs from April thru August, occurring earliest in southwest Louisiana followed by north central and northwest Louisiana. The latest fawning occurs along the Mississippi River parishes and parts of southeast Louisiana.
 
 
Obituary
Catherine Verna Killingsworth Barousse passed away peacefully at her home on Saturday, June 3, 2017 at the age of 83. She was born in Chase, LA and was a longtime resident of Chalmette, LA before settling in Bogalusa, following Hurricane Katrina. She enjoyed a career in caring for others as a Medical Secretary with Mercy Hospital in New Orleans. She was a devoted “sports junkie” who loved her Saints football, LSU Tigers and just about anything on ESPN.
 
 
Obituary
YANCEY BRENT CRAIN, AGE 51 and a resident of Pine died Saturday evening June 3, 2017 at his home. He was a graduate of Pine High School and a former salesman for Redmont Trading Co. as well as other wholesale flooring companies through the years before working alongside his brother and family at Bennie’s Garden Center for the last several years. Brent loved hunting, fishing and the outdoors. He was a jack of all trades and worked well with his hands, building just about anything. He enjoyed traveling to the Smokey Mountains and riding his John Deere tractor with his grandchildren. Brent cherished the time spent with his family and friends.
 
 
Obituary
William Earl Wheat, Jr., age 75, a resident of Bogalusa, LA, passed away on Friday, June 2, 2017 at his home in Bogalusa.
 
 
Obituary
Rev. Dr. Robert Earl Jefferson, Sr., born on September 15, 1942 in Bogalusa, departed this life on May 30, 2017, in Terrytown, LA. He was a graduate of Central Memorial High School, Class of 1961, in Bogalusa, LA.
 
 
June 6, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information

Latisha Jones was booked 06/05 on the charges of Theft by Shoplifting Under 100, Issuing Worthless Checks on Closed Account, and Failure to Appear (3 counts)
Cassie Jenkins was booked 06/05 on the charges of Driving While Intoxicated and Driving Left of Center/Wrong Side of Hwy
Nathan Brooks was booked 06/05 on the charges of Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule II Drugs, Violation of Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances, and Failure to Appear
Rashad Fortenberry was booked 06/05 on the charges of Violation of Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Schedule II Drugs (2 counts), Convicted Felon in Possession of Firearm, Possession of CDS With Weapon Present, and Improper Turn/Accident
Dywan Jacobs was booked 06/05 on the charges of Resisting an Officer, Possession of Schedule II Drugs, and Obstruction of Highway
Caloeskisha McClain was booked 06/05 on the charges of Switched License Plates, Illegal Use of CDS in Presence of Person Under 17 YOA, No Drivers License, No Proof of Registration, Possession of Marijuana, Resisting an Officer, Failure to Appear (3 counts) and No Proof of Insurance
Aundre Moseey was booked 06/05 on the charges of Proper Equipment Required, Switched License Plates, No Proof of Insurance, No Drivers License, Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule II Drugs, Failure to Change/Secure Registration and Resisting an Officer
John Scott was booked 06/05 on the charges of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Possession of Heroin
Rickey Miley was booked 06/05 on the charges of Possession of Schedule III Drugs and Violation of Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances
Chad Montz was booked 06/05 on the charges of Possession of Schedule III Drugs, Violation of Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances, Possession of Schedule II Drugs, Possession of Marijuana (3rd Offense), Improper Turn/Accident, MVI Expired, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia
Twanna Jackson-Meiners was booked 06/05 on the charge of Failure to Appear
Caleb Powe was booked 06/05 on the charge of Introduction of Contraband to Correctional Facility
 
 
June 5, 2017
Sheriff Randy Seal Announces Promotion
Washington Parish Sheriff Randy Seal announces the promotion of Charlie Easterling to Sergeant in the patrol division of the Sheriff’s Office.
Sgt. Easterling is a native of Bogalusa and a graduate of Bogalusa High School. He currently lives in Bogalusa with his wife and three children. After serving a stint on active duty with the United States Army, he joined the Sheriff’s Office in 2012.
“I am so pleased to announce this promotion,” said Sheriff Seal. “Sgt. Easterling is a devoted husband and father who thoroughly enjoys serving the citizens of our parish. It is an honor to work with him in the Sheriff’s Office.”
 
 
June 5, 2017

Washington Parish Jail Booking Information
Jason Spikes was booked 06/04 on the charges of Attempted Second Degree Murder (3 counts), Attempted Criminal Damage to Property, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule II Drugs, Terrorizing, Possession of Contraband in a Correctional Facility (2 counts), Possession of Marijuana (2nd Offense), and Aggravated Battery
Dedrick Cooper was booked 06/04 on the charge of Domestic Violence Battery (2nd Offense)

 

 
June 4, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information
Roosevelt Brumfield was booked 06/03 on the charges of Criminal Trespass, Theft 750-5000, and Theft of Auto/Vehicle
Melissa Hull was booked 06/03 on the charges of Driving While Intoxicated and Careless Operation
Hope Galloway was booked 06/03 on the charge of Contempt of Court
Corey Bradley was booked 06/03 on the charges of Failure to Honor Written Promise (3 counts) and Contempt of Court (2 counts)
Tiffany Brabham was booked 06/03 on the charges of Disturbing the Peace and Entry/Remain on Premises After Being Forbidden
Teakeshia McClain was booked 06/03 on the charges of Failure to Appear (4 counts)
 
 
June 3, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Bookings

Fredrick Warren was booked 06/02 on the charges of Failure to Use Turn Signal and Driving With Suspended License Due to Previous DUI
Leigh Cutrer was booked 06/02 In From Court
Fredrick Weary was booked 06/02 In From Court
Olajawn Magee was booked 06/02 In From Court
Melvin Doucette was booked 06/02 on the charges of Attachment, Fugitive Other Jurisdiction (3 counts), Contempt of Court (2 counts), and Failure to Appear
Dillon Warner was booked 06/02 on the charge of Probation Violation
Jered Bankston was booked 06/02 on the charges of Theft 750-5000 and Simple Burglary
Katelyn Savarese was booked 06/02 In From Court
Jemerious Williams was booked 06/02 on the charges of Possession of Marijuana, Possession With Intent to Distribute Schedule II Drugs, Possession of CDS With Weapon Present, Possession of Schedule IV Drugs, and Tampering With Sign Identifying a Firearm-Free Zone
Cheri Grayson was booked 06/02 on the charges of Contempt of Court (3 counts), Driving With Suspended License Due to Previous DUI, and Proper Equipment Required
Angela Eugin was booked 06/02 In From Court
Ethan Jenkins was booked 06/02 In From Court
 
 
June 2, 2017
Franklinton Police Seeking ID of Suspect
The Franklinton Police is seeking the identity of a person who attempted to cash a counterfeit check at a local bank. Bank employees became suspicious of the individual and the check that was presented.
The individual fled the bank when bank employees attempted to verify the check and fled before Officers could arrive. The investigation later found the identification that was presented was counterfeit and person listed on the ID does not exist.
Anyone knowing the identity of the person in the pictures are asked to contact Sgt. John Herring or Sgt. William Brumfield at 985-839-4474.
 
 
Obituary
Lavon Ingram passed away on June 2,2017 at his residence in Bogalusa at the age of 99. Brown McGee Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements which are incomplete at this time.
 
 
Obituary
Walter Edward "Terry" Brash passed away June 1,2017 after a brief but courageous battle with cancer.
 
Obituary
Charlotte Lewis Gibson, born February 8, 1970, passed away on May 29, 2017. She was baptized at a young age in New Orleans and continued her Christian journey when she re-located back to Bogalusa and joined St. John Temple Church of God in Christ. 
 
 
Obituary
Jan Singleton Sanders born July 7, 1956 passed away peacefully on May 27, 2017 at Ochsners Hospital in New Orleans at the age of 60.
 
 
June 2, 2017
Mandeville Man Gets DWI After Striking Police Car
Mandeville Police Department Assistant Chief of Police Ron Ruple reports that on June 01, 2017, at approximately 1 am, an officer of the Mandeville Police Department stopped behind an illegally parked vehicle and, while speaking to the occupants, the officer's patrol vehicle was struck by a vehicle driven by Michael DeGavage (26) of Mandeville.

The MPD officer stopped DeGavage's vehicle and It became quickly apparent that DeGavage was intoxicated. DeGavage failed a Standardized Field Sobriety Test and a breath sample provided by DeGavage registered .201g% BAC.
DeGavage was arrested on the charges of Driving While Intoxicated and Careless Operation. No injuries were recorded and damage to the vehicles was minor.
 
 
June 2, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information
Chad Fussell was booked 06/01 on the charge of Vehicle Burglary
Ricky Hebert was booked 06/01 on the charge of Fugitive Other Jurisdiction
Edgar Talley was booked 06/01 on the charges of Burglary of Inhabited Dwelling, Theft of Auto/Vehicle, and Contempt of Court
Savanna Smith was booked 06/01 In From Court
Lindsay McElveen was booked 06/01 In From Court
Susan Audibert was booked 06/01 In From Court
Amanda Crain was booked 06/01 In From Court
Brandon Toney was booked 06/01 on the charges of Domestic Abuse Battery (Strangulation) and Domestic Abuse Battery
 
 
June 1, 2017
STPSO Looking for Missing Man
 
 
June 1, 2017
Mandeville PD Arrests 3 Teens in Burglaries & Thefts
The Mandeville Police Department has made arrests in a string of vehicle burglaries and thefts dating to May 13, 2017. A total of $1,020 dollars cash and approximately $3,300 dollars in property was reported to be stolen.
During the course of the investigation detectives were able to identify Luke Camp (17) of Madisonville, Ian Guthrie (17) of Mandeville, and a 16 year old male juvenile of Mandeville as the perpetrators of the vehicle burglaries and theft. Subsequent interviews with the perpetrators led to confessions and identification of where the stolen property could be recovered. All of the reported stolen property and $640 cash of the reported $1,020 cash that was reported stolen was recovered.
On May 30, 2017, all 3 subjects were charged with ten counts of simple burglary of a vehicle, one count of attempted simple burglary of a vehicle and one count of theft/misdemeanor.
 
 
Obituary
EVELYN EVON MILLER ROSE, AGE 65 and a resident of Franklinton died Wednesday morning May 31, 2017 at St. Tammany Parish Hospital. She was the retail manager at Sears in Bogalusa for over 20 years. She had a wonderful singing voice and performed country and gospel songs alongside her father for many years, including at Mile Branch Settlement during the Washington Parish Free Fair. Evon enjoyed making crafts, completing word search games and cross-stitch. She loved to sit on her porch drinking coffee while feeding and watching her birds. She also loved butterflies.
 
 
Obituary
DOROTHY JANE BROADWAY O’BRYANT, AGE 75 and a resident of Franklinton died at 2:57 pm Wednesday May 31, 2017 at Riverside Medical Center. She was a seamstress at Rutter Rex for over 40 years and then worked at Stewart’s Fish House for many years. Dorothy loved to cook for her family and friends and enjoyed fishing. She was best described as a “Mother Hen” that always looked out for the needs of others.
 
 
June 1, 2017
Pair Arrested for Assaulting Mother
Late Tuesday (May 30, 2017) evening, Washington Parish Sheriff’s Office patrol deputies responded to a concerned citizen's report that a woman on Penn’s Chapel Road had been assaulted by her son and his girlfriend.
Deputies responded and determined that the victim had been playing a table game with her son and others when an argument broke out between the mother and the son’s girlfriend. The argument escalated when the girlfriend and the son began to hit the mother. He then grabbed his mother around the neck and threw her to the floor. At that time, another woman who was present pulled the son off of his mother. When this occurred, the son struck that woman in the chest area.
The son then threw a cast iron skillet at his mother, striking her in the head. When the other woman left to call WPSO, the son and his girlfriend fled the residence and went into nearby woods.

Both women went to a local hospital for treatment of their injuries. At the hospital, the mother was diagnosed with severe injuries which required that she be transferred to a hospital in New Orleans for specialty treatment. The other woman was treated and released.
Washington Parish Drug Task Force detectives searched the woods and located and arrested Kurtis L. Strong (38) and Venus Venessa Camacho (38). Strong was charged with Aggravated Battery (2 counts) and Domestic Abuse Battery by Strangulation. Camacho was charged with aggravated battery.
“It is unimaginable to think that a grown man would physically assault his mother,” stated Sheriff Randy Seal. “The biblical command to love one’s mother is not a suggestion. It is a commandment that requires unconditional love for our parents. Thanks, patrol deputies and drug task force detectives, for locating this pair and putting them in jail.”
 
 
June 1, 2017
Osyka Man Sought by Pike County S.O. For Theft
The Pike County Sheriff's Office Investigation's Division is attempting to locate and apprehend Johnny R. Gill (38) of Osyka, Mississippi for the theft on Cutrer Rd. on May 21, 2017. Gill is traveling in a 2001 brown Dodge Durango, the vehicle may not have a license plate, or may have a switched license plate.

Two trailers, a manual lawn mower, a pressure washer and several power tools were reported stolen in the early morning hours on May 21, 2017.
Anyone with information on Gill, or purchased any property from Gill, please call PCSO 601-783-5468 or Crime Stoppers at 601-684-0033. Gill's two accomplices have been identified and arrested and PCSO was able to recover most of the stolen property and PCSO reports they could not have done it without the public's help.
 
 
Obituary
Tommy Ray Armour, age 78, a resident of Bogalusa, LA, passed away on Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at Our Lady of the Angels Hospital in Bogalusa, LA. He was born on November 16, 1938 in Bogalusa, LA to William Riley Armour, Sr., and Mary Parker Armour.
 
 
Obituary
Climel Young, Sr., born May 29, 1938, died May 29, 2017. Services will be held at Mary's Chapel Methodist Church in Varnado with Pastors Rev. T. August and Rev. Lawrence Young, Sr. officiating.
 
June 1, 2017
Washington Parish Jail Booking Information
Venus Camacho was booked 05/31 on the charge of second Degree Aggravated Battery
Kurtis Strong was booked 05/31 on the charges of Aggravated Second Degree Battery (2 counts) and Domestic Abuse Battery (Strangulation)
Ernest McLain was booked 05/31 on the charge of Domestic Abuse Battery
Christopher Saucier was booked 05/31 for Drug Court
Terry Baham was booked 05/31 In From Court
Darshia Travis was booked 05/31 on the charge of Domestic Abuse Battery
Kelly Hobgood was booked 05/31 on the charge of Probation Violation
 
  


 



 

  


 

 

 

 


  

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