Criminal Case News

Korbi Williams Pleads Guilty

On August 29, 2018, Korbi Ardell Williams, age 29, of Marrero, LA, pled guilty before Judge Michael D. Clement as follows: Ct. 1 Monetary Instrument Abuse- 5 years to Louisiana Department of Correction which is suspended, 3 years Active Probation, $750 fine, court cost, $750 to Public Defender Office $100 Restitution to Victim Ct. 2…

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Zavion Hundley Pleads Guilty

On August 29, 2018, Zavion J. Hundley, age 25, of New Orleans, plead guilty to Introducing Contraband Into or Upon the Grounds of Any State Correctional Institution. He was sentence by Judge Michael D. Clement to 1 year Department of Corrections at Hard Labor and run consecutive with any and all cases.

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Matthew Wilson Pleads Guilty to Felony DWI

On August 29, 2018, Matthew Wilson, age 33, of Mc Comb, MS, plead guilty to Driving While Intoxicated- Third Offense. He was sentence by Judge Michael D. Clement to 3 years to Louisiana Department of Corrections with 2 years of it suspended, 1 year Home Incarceration, 3 years Active Probation, 240 hours Community Service Work,…

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Quincy Varnado Pleads Guilty

On August 29, 2018, Quincy Varnado, age 42, of New Orleans, plead guilty to Introducing Contraband Into or Upon the Grounds of a State Correctional Institution. He was sentenced by Judge Michael D. Clement to 1 year of Louisiana Department of Corrections at Hard Labor and to run consecutive with any and all cases.

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Darious Turner Pleads Guilty

On August 29, 2018, Darious L. Turner, age 25, of Port Sulphur, plead guilty to the following charges and was sentenced by Judge Michael D. Clement: Count 1- Possession of Intent to Distribute 52 grams of Marijuana- 10 years with the Louisiana Department of Corrections which was suspended, 3 years Active Probation, $750 fine, court cost, $100 to…

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Michael Anthony Taylor Pleads Guilty

On August 29, 2018, Michael Anthony Taylor Sr., age 46, of Boothville, plead guilty to one count of Introducing Contraband into or Upon the Grounds of a State Correctional Institution. He was sentenced by Judge Michael D. Clement to 2 years of Louisiana Department of Corrections which is to run concurrent with another case.

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Timothy Riley Pleads Guilty

On August 29, 2018, Timothy Christopher Riley, age 34, of Port Sulphur, plead guilty to one count of Introducing Contraband Into or Upon the Grounds of a State Correctional Institution. He was sentenced by Judge Michael D. Clement to 1 year to Louisiana Department of Corrections at Hard Labor. He was also recommended for any…

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Maurice St. Ann Pleads Guilty to Theft

On August 29, 2018, Maurice E. St. Ann Jr., age 46, of Belle Chasse, plead guilty to one count of Theft less than $1000. He was sentenced by Judge Michael D. Clement to 6 months parish prison which was suspended, 2 years of Inactive Probation, 8 hours of Community Service Work and $450 of restitution…

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Office News & Events

Stopping for School Buses

Be prepared to stop when: Two lanes: Vehicles traveling in both directions are required to stop when the bus’s red lights are flashing. Two lanes with center turn lane: When the highway has a center turning lane with one travel lane on each side, vehicles traveling in each direction are required to stop when the…

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Public Information Announcement

August 22, 2018 Contrary to false statements made by Plaquemines Parish President Amos Cormier, III, in his News Release of August 21, 2018, the Plaquemines Parish District Attorney’s main office has been in Belle Chasse since the Courthouse was destroyed in 2002 and it will remain there on a permanent basis. It is located at…

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2018 Project L.E.A.D.

On May 4th and May 19th, 2018, sixth grade students from Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, Phoenix Middle School, South Plaquemines Middle School and Boothville Middle School participated in the mock trial program as part of Project L.E.A.D. “Legal Enrichment And Decision-Making”, a program of the Plaquemines Parish District Attorney’s Office, is designed to…

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Senior Citizens Day

On April 4, 2018, District Attorney Charles J. Ballay hosted the 9th annual Plaquemines Parish Senior Citizens Day. Along with music, food, and festivities, the event also provides seniors with information about topics pertinent to their age group and aims to connect them with local agencies that provide valuable resources for seniors.

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