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Aug31

Slidell man killed in a single-vehicle crash Saturday evening

Fifty-year-old Edwin Dammann of Slidell was headed northbound on Crown Z Road off Louisiana Highway 36 in Hickory shortly after 8 p.m. Saturday when the 2000 Buick Century he was driving crossed over the southbound lane and went off the left side of the roadway. The vehicle flipped when it struck a cement culvert, and Dammann, who is not believed to have been wearing a seatbelt at the time, was…
Aug31

Jail bookings Aug. 24-30

The parish jail bookings from last week are now available. Please click here to download the pdf file.
Aug27

Covington man takes deputies on a pursuit, arrested on narcotics charges

A Covington man was arrested on several narcotics charges and other traffic violations after a vehicle pursuit that ended in downtown Covington. Detectives with the St. Tammany Parish Narcotics Task Force were attempting to arrest Marlone Brumfield (DOB 11/13/1987; 15323 Elaine Lane, Covington) when he fled in a 2011 Nissan Titan shortly after 9:30 p.m. Wednesday night. Brumfield fled south on Louisiana Highway 21 at a high rate of speed…
Aug27

Detectives looking for suspects, victim after armed robbery on Trace

A homeless man reported being robbed at gunpoint Sunday evening while on the Tammany Trace near Covington.  Detectives are now looking for the two men who robbed him as well as the victim who reported the robbery. The man told deputies he was riding his bike westbound on the Tammany Trace between Abita Springs and Covington at approximately 8:30 p.m. Sunday when two men jumped from the bushes. He told…
Aug24

Jail bookings Aug. 17-23

The parish jail bookings from last week are now available. Please click here to download the pdf file.
Aug18

Jail bookings Aug. 10-16

The parish jail bookings from last week are now available. Please click here to download the pdf file.
Aug14

Washington Parish man back in St. Tammany jail for WPSO

A Washington Parish man has been returned to the St. Tammany Parish Jail this afternoon after the Department of Corrections yesterday issued a “Diminution of Sentence” order for his release today. Lasean Williams (2216 Ridge Ct, Franklinton – DOB: 3/26/1991) was released early this morning after the Sheriff’s office received the order from D.O.C.  Williams was serving time for a narcotics violation and, since January of 2013, had been held…
Aug10

Jail bookings August 3-9

The parish jail bookings from last week are now available. Please click here to download the pdf file.
Aug06

Sheriff Strain urges motorists to use caution as school year begins

Sheriff Jack Strain today outlined the steps his deputies are taking to protect children in school zones and near bus stops, and urged residents to follow a few simple steps of their own to ensure the new school year begins without incident. Tomorrow morning, deputies will be converging on school zones throughout the parish.  Marked patrol vehicles will be parked with their police lights on in an effort to remind…
Aug04

Jail bookings July 27 to August 2

The parish jail bookings from last week are now available. Please click here to download the pdf file.
Jul30

STPSO looking for missing man

Mr. Williams has been found. Thank you for everyone's help.     The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing 53-year-old man. Halbert James Williams (DOB 3/27/62)  was last seen walking in the area of Highway 190 and Westminster Drive in Slidell at approximately 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. Mr. Williams is described to be approximately 5’ 7” tall and weighs approximately 189 pounds. He…
Jul28

Jail bookings July 20-26

The parish jail bookings from last week are now available. Please click here to download the pdf file.
Jul27

Operation Fishnet nets 15 heroin arrests

Last year investigators with the St. Tammany Parish Narcotics Taskforce received credible information of a loosely organized group of individuals responsible for distributing significant amounts of heroin in west St. Tammany Parish. The Narcotics Taskforce, which is comprised of detectives with the Sheriff’s Office, Covington Police Department and Mandeville Police Department, began an extensive 14 month long multijurisdictional investigation that came to an end Friday morning with the arrest of…
Jul24

Twelve deputies, one Pearl River Officer graduate from P.O.S.T. Academy

  Twelve deputies and a Pearl River Police officer graduated from the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office P.O.S.T. (Police Officer Standards and Training) Academy in Pearl River at a ceremony held Friday morning. The graduation included graduates from both the Session 20 Day Class and the Session N-9 Night Class. The newly sworn in Louisiana-certified peace officers completed more than 500 hours of academic and physical training, evaluation and testing…
Jul22

Arrest made in gas station robbery

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office has arrested  a Covington-area man in the armed robbery that occurred Monday night at a Mandeville-area gas station. Detectives obtained an arrest warrant for Milton Reed Jr. (DOB 7/11/1958; 2501 Pine Crest Ave. Apt. 1112, Covington) late Tuesday evening, and he was taken into custody without incident around midnight. Reed has been charged with armed robbery and aggravated assault. At approximately 11 p.m. Monday…
Jul21

Hammer-wielding suspect robs Mandeville-area gas station

At approximately 11 p.m. Monday night, a heavy set white man entered the Danny and Clyde’s gas station located on Louisiana Highway 59 just north of Mandeville. He walked behind the counter and attempted to open the cash register.  During a confrontation with the clerk, the suspect produced a hammer and threatened to hit the clerk. The suspect subsequently gained access to the register and took an undisclosed amount of…
Jul21

STPSO wins first and third place awards from the Press Club of New Orleans

“Behind the Badge,” a television program produced by the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office Public Affairs Division, received two awards from the Press Club of New Orleans for the Public Relations Program/Promotion category.  The entries were judged by representatives from media outlets and public relations firms in other states.   Lt. Greg Gonzales, producer of the series, was presented with first and third place awards at the Press Club’s annual Excellence in Journalism Awards…
Jul20

Jail bookings July 13-19

The parish jail bookings from last week are now available. Please click here to download the pdf file.
Jul16

STPSO found to be 100 percent compliant in Telecommunications System Audit

The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office has received a clean Telecommunications System Audit from the state Department of Public Safety and Correction. The FBI/NCIC Advisory Policy Board mandates that each state providing NCIC (National Crime Information Center)services to its criminal justice users implement an audit program and for every user to be audited every two years. The purpose of these audits is to ensure compliance with federal and state laws…
Jul16

Suspect attempts to rob woman at ATM drive thru

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s detectives are looking for a man who attempted to rob a woman while she was using a Covington-area ATM Wednesday night.   The woman was making a deposit at a drive-up ATM outside a bank on Louisiana Highway 21 when a man approached her vehicle from the rear and positioned himself between the open driver’s side window and the ATM.    The suspect, who was armed…
Jul13

Jail bookings July 6-12

The parish jail bookings from last week are now available. Please click here to download the pdf file.
Jul10

Mandeville woman arrested for bank fraud, identity theft

This week the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office Financial Crimes Division concluded an identity theft investigation spanning several months. The investigation culminated with the arrest of a Mandeville woman. Alysia Migliore (DOB: 10/10/74; 101 Remmy Court, Mandeville) was arrested for one count of 14:71.1 Bank Fraud and three counts of 14:67.16 Identity Theft . Investigators began linking multiple victims together between several parishes after individuals began reporting fraudulent phone and…
Jul08

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Breen case transferred to District Attorney’s office https://t.co/glPKp2Cwol

Jul08

Breen case transferred to District Attorney’s office

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff Jack Strain announced today that his office has turned over to the District Attorney’s office the case file in the investigation of the death of Dr. Wayne Breen. Although several minor records are still outstanding, at this time detectives find no probable cause to arrest Breen’s wife, Kacie Breen, in the shooting death of her husband. The investigation, which has been on-going since the March 1…
Jul06

Jail bookings June 29 to July 5

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Jun29

Detectives arrest Slidell woman for second degree cruelty to a juvenile

On June 3, 2015, at approximately 5:30 PM, deputies were dispatched to 206 Kepler Ct., Slidell, after someone called 911 to report an infant child was found unresponsive in a swimming pool. Deputies and Acadian Ambulance personnel arrived at the residence and located the victim, a 14-month-old male.  The child was rushed by ambulance to Ochsner Medical Center Northshore and later transferred to Ochsner Medical Center’s main campus in New…
Jun29

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N.O. man has been charged with aggravated burglary after he broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home over the weekend. https://t.co/cTSffWtn9r

Jun29

New Orleans man booked for aggravated burglary

A New Orleans man has been charged with aggravated burglary after he broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home over the weekend. Shortly after 8 p.m. Sunday, the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office received numerous calls in reference to gunshots being heard in the area of Kings Point Subdivision near Slidell. Deputies responded to a home on Marlowe Court and located Percy Smith (DOB 5/25/1978; 2524 Touro St., New Orleans) outside of…
Jun29

Jail booking June 22-28

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Jun24

STPSO lieutenant graduates from FBI Academy

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Lt. George Cox was among 218 law enforcement officers who recently graduated from the FBI National Academy Program in Quantico, Virginia. The 260th session of the National Academy consisted of men and women from 47 states. The class also included members of law enforcement agencies from the District of Columbia, 20 international countries, five military organizations and three federal civilian organizations. Internationally known for its academic excellence,…
Jun22

Jail bookings June 15-21

The parish jail bookings from last week are now available. Please click here to download the pdf file.
Jun15

Jail bookings June 8-14

The parish jail bookings from last week are now available. Please click here to download the pdf file.
Jun08

Jail bookings June 1-7

The parish jail bookings from last week are now available. Please click here to download the pdf file.
Jun08

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Vehicle, residential burglaries cleared by arrests Photos of recovered property posted on our Facebook page https://t.co/NBrPA4i1O6

Jun08

Vehicle, residential burglaries cleared by arrests

St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s detectives have arrested two individuals, clearing approximately 20 vehicle burglaries and as many as three residential burglaries in the Kings Point area of Slidell. Now detectives are trying to return the property they recovered during the investigation. The burglaries date back to early February and the perpetrators were targeting vehicles and residences left unsecured and stealing items such as GPS units, firearms, loose change, prescription bottles,…
Jun08

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Deputies recover body from Folsom-area pond https://t.co/64mak49gjF

Jun08

Deputies recover body from Folsom-area pond

  St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office responded shortly after 1 p.m. Sunday afternoon to Clear Creek Stud Horse Farm near Folsom after receiving a call about a possible drowning. When deputies arrived on the scene they located a group of people near a large pond in the back rear pasture of the horse farm. Witness told deputies the victim, a 22-year-old Hispanic man, was swimming in the pond when he…
Jun02

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Lady caught on video at Covington Hobby Lobby stealing an I-Phone6 out shopping cart Call DetCarrick at 985-276-1338 http://t.co/cIAh3vQCCv

Jun02

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Tip leads to recovery of stolen 3-wheeler off of Homestead Road. http://t.co/5vsz7ZE7lc

Jun02

Jail bookings May 25-31

The parish jail bookings from last week are now available. Please click here to download the pdf file.
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