A dramatization of a drunk driving accident took place on Rosedale Road, in front of Port Allen High School, Wednesday morning, October 29, with nearly the entire school on the campus front lawn watching.
PORT ALLEN - The director of the West Baton Rouge Museum, Dr. Julie Rose, has been elected to chair the American Association for State and Local History (AASLH). Dr. Rose was inducted on September 20, 2014 at the AASLH annual meeting, which was held at the Crown Plaza in St. Paul, Minnesota. She will serve as chairman for the association through September 2016.
Jonathan Jules Lefeaux came away with the victory Tuesday night, garnering 55 percent of Brusly votes to defeat Paul Marionneaux, becoming the Town of Brusly’s next Chief of Police.
“I felt really good going into it. We had a whole lot of support,” Lefeaux said Wednesday afternoon. “I’m just ready to get in there and get to work now; get the trust back in the department. We’re ready to do some good things.”
Port Allen Police arrested a man Thursday for the October 27th murder of a Baton Rouge man near Port Allen’s Village Apartment on Tracy Porter Ave.
On Monday evening, October 27, Javotte Morgan,19, of 2230 S. Elm Grove Place in Baton Rouge, shot and killed Major Carter, 30, of Baton Rouge; and shot Ashton Taylor, 25, of Baton Rouge, during, what police are calling, a drug deal gone bad.
West Baton Rouge Parish residents will once again have the opportunity to make their voices heard, as the November 4 election date nears.
In a statewide vote that will elect several U.S. Senators and House Representatives, one race within the parish has intrigued many – the race for Brusly’s newest Police Chief.
In Brusly, a new Chief of Police will be elected to complete the last two years of former chief Jamie Whaley’s four-year term. Whaley resigned his position with the town prior to pleading guilty to malfeasance in office in April.