Related: Read about the winner and all of this year's finalists. Flash forward five years and you're likely to find Carolyn Blessing knee-deep in the New Orleans community, serving in a variety ways. And if that comes to pass, it won't be much of a surprise to those who know the Pioneer High School senior.
Monday June 3 in the French Quarter and an hour later in the rest of the city. It will require youth to be off the streets until 6 a. Enforcement will begin at 11 p.
Thursday, April 12, I feel bad for Paul and his son. I also believe that not only Paul lost but so did the city.
Juvenile curfew laws are typically placed to prohibit people 16 and under from being in public without adult supervision during certain hours. Any juvenile under the age of 10 found out after curfew hours will be placed in protective custody. If a juvenile is in the custody of their parents or legal guardian the curfew does not apply. However, they must remain in their custody at all times.
If you pay close enough attention, you see patterns emerging. Read the rest over at VDare. The concluding paragraph of the piece at VDare.
Updated: September 13, pm. That was the message from Mayor Ray Nagin, who gave residents the go-ahead to return to the Crescent City early Thursday, but with several warnings — many homes were without electricity or working toilets and a dusk-to-dawn curfew would still be in effect. Millions fled the Gulf Coast in fear of Hurricane Gustav, and many were ready to get back home after spending several days in hot, overcrowded shelters.
Newly downgraded Tropical Storm Isaac plodded its way across Louisiana on the seventh anniversary of Katrina Wednesday, causing massive power outages and forcing new evacuations. Maximum sustained winds had slowed to 70 mph from 80 mph Tuesday evening, though rain continued to batter the region and was expected to dump 7 to 14 inches over much of Louisiana, southwest Mississippi and southwest Alabama. A state official says the levee in the hard-hit parish will be breached to relieve pressure on it.
Faced with a troubling spike in juvenile crime in New Orleans, city officials and judges announced plans Wednesday to detain all young people who commit serious crimes and a summer jobs program for youths who have been arrested. Mayor LaToya Cantrell praised the plans as a step in the right direction. That was apparently a reference to, among others, a year-old who is accused of fatally shooting a woman and wounding her husband after he tried to break into their car in Mid-City earlier this month.
This summer could be one of the worst for crime in recent memory. The 1, cops on the rebuilding New Orleans Police Department are no match for an estimated 50, juveniles in Orleans Parish, including thousands who have returned to the city since Katrina — without adult supervision. However, if we follow the creative examples of two late NOPD cops one black, one white we could begin to turn the tide against crime. Fields was eulogized by the NOPD as one of two undercover officers who infiltrated the Black Panthers inthen escaped after being discovered and beaten.