PORT ALLEN - West Baton Rouge Registrar of Voters, Stacy L. Ryan, recently announced that early voting for the April 5, 2014 primary election for the voters within the city of Port Allen only, will be held in the Registrar of Voters office located in the Courthouse Annex Building, 883 7th St., Suite A, Port Allen beginning on Saturday, March 22 and ending on Saturday, March 29.
A West Baton Rouge sheriff’s deputy was arrested and charged with simple battery after shoving an Addis police officer during a traffic stop in Brusly on Sunday, March 2.
Maj. Ronald “Ronnie” Graham, WBRSO’s chief of uniform patrol, was arrested Wednesday, March 5, for his actions days earlier when he confronted a uniformed Addis officer that was called to assist a Brusly police officer during a routine traffic stop that turned into anything-but-routine.
Brusly officers pulled over a vehicle for having a non-working headlight around 7 p.m., Sunday evening, according to the incident report.
On Tuesday, March 11, the West Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office initiated a round-up, arresting more than 20 people for the use and distribution of drugs throughout West Baton Rouge Parish.
A petition to recall long-time Port Allen Councilman R.J. Loupe failed last week after it did not meet a deadline with the WBR Parish Registrar of Voters office.
It was only two personal transmitters, which look a lot like wristwatches, but Port Allen firefighters participating in a two-day training program last week scoured for the hidden transmitters throughout the city like they were attached to missing children.