BATON ROUGE - United States Attorney Walt Green announced today that U.S. District Judge Maurice A. Hicks has re-sentenced GEORGE L. GRACE, SR., age 70, of St. Gabriel, Louisiana, to twenty (20) years imprisonment, a $50,000 fine, forfeiture of $22,000, and a year of supervised release following imprisonment.
PORT ALLEN - Two were found guilty, Thursday night, in a murder-for-hire plot that killed Addis resident Corey Kitts in 2010.
After a month long trial and eight hours of deliberation on Thursday, a West Baton Rouge jury found Karl Howard and former Addis resident Monique Kitts guilty of charges of conspiracy to commit second-degree murder and principle to second-degree murder for their part in the slaying of Monique Kitts’ husband, Corey.
The Louisiana Marching Band Circuit’s reigning Class A champion ‘Band of Blue,’ Port Allen High School’s marching band strolled into Terrebonne High School on October 19 and took another state title, as they were crowned state champs for the second year ina row.
The parents of a Brusly High School student are irate after finding that their daughter completed a survey in class, without their permission or knowledge, that they feel was inappropriate, overly invasive and personal.
Jamie DeLaughter, of Addis, said that her daughter filled out a survey last Tuesday during an English class at Brusly High School, which asked questions about drug use, guns inside the home, church attendance and a lot more.
The West Baton Rouge Parish Council introduced their 2014-2015 budget during their regular meeting Thursday, November 13, which includes several big projects including nearly $3 million in roads projects and a levee top project in Brusly.