Criminal Case News

Tracy Taylor Pleads Guilty to Drug Possession

On April 16, 2019, deputies from the Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office found Tracy Aaron Taylor, 32, Port Sulphur, LA, in possession of cocaine and marijuana in a residence located in the 29000 block of Louisiana Highway 23. On February 11, 2020, Taylor, pled guilty to Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Dangerous Substance (cocaine and…

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Donald Crosby Pleads Guilty to Burglary

The District Attorney’s Office announces that on February 3, 2020, the morning that this case set was set for a trial by jury, Donald Crosby entered a plea of guilty as charged to the felony crimes of Simple Burglary and Illegal Possession of Stolen Things valued over $1,000 to $5,000. As the result of his…

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Denerial Reddick Sentenced to 7 Years for Illegal Possession of a Firearm

On February 27, 2019, Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Deputies arrested Denerial Travon Reddick, 21, of Pointe a la Hache, LA in the 8100 block of Highway 23 in Belle Chasse for being a previously convicted felon in possession of a firearm. On January 21, 2020, Reddick pled guilty to the crime of Possession of Firearm or…

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Grand Jury Indicts Hien Vinh Nguyen on Charges of Kidnapping and Rape

The District Attorney’s Office reports that on Tuesday, the 28th of January, 2020, the Grand Jury for Plaquemines Parish returned an indictment against Hien Vinh Nguyen for one count of aggravated rape (La. R.S. 14:42) and one count of second-degree kidnapping (La. R.S. 14:44.1). The charges stem from a Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office investigation of…

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Jonathan Jason Sentenced to 40 Years

Charles Ballay, the District Attorney of Plaquemines Parish, reports that on January 8, 2020, Jonathan Jason, age 39, of Ironton, Louisiana was sentenced to 40 years at hard labor by Judge Michael Clement for jury convictions on June 19, 2019 on Sexual Battery, Attempted Aggravated Rape and two counts each of Forcible Rape, Oral Sexual…

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Torri Jackson Pleads Guilty to Obscenity

On November 20, 2019, Torri Anthony Jackson, age 35 of New Orleans, LA pled guilty to Obscenity. Judge Michael D. Clement sentenced Jackson to serve two years of incarceration with the Louisiana Department of Corrections and to successfully compete the General Education Development Program and obtain his High School Equivalency Certificate.

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Robert Huynh Pleads Guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine

On November 20, 2019, Robert Thanh Huynh, age 32 of Buras, LA, pled guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine. Judge Michael D. Clement sentenced Huynh to serve two years of incarceration with the Louisiana Department of Corrections, which was suspended. Judge Clement also ordered Huynh to serve two years of active probation, to pay $300 to…

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Office News & Events

2020 Red Snapper Season Opens

Louisiana’s 2020 RED SNAPPER SEASON will begin on Memorial Day Weekend and will be open on weekends (Friday – Sunday) through the summer until we hit our Louisiana quota. Holiday weekends like Memorial Day (Fri-Mon) and Labor Day (Fri-Mon, if the season is still open) will be 4 days. The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission…

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National Day of Prayer

Please join me on this National Day of Prayer as we lift up those we have lost to COVID-19 and their families, those that are sick, our health care workers and essential personnel, our country and state, and everyone who is in need of prayer.

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National Denim Day to Promote Sexual Assault Awareness

    In 1997 in Italy, an 18 year old girl was raped by her 45 year old driving instructor, who was later convicted and sentenced to jail. The perpetrator appealed the sentence and his case made it all the way to the Italian Supreme Court where the case was overturned. The instructor was released…

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National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

Since 1981, National Crime Victims’ Rights Week has been celebrated annually in April. It is a week long dedication that focuses on victimization, the effect victimization has on individuals, families, friends, and the community, and to promote laws, policies, and programs to help victims of crime. View message from the District Attorney about Crime Victims’…

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Special Thanks to Our First Responders

We are fortunate in Plaquemines Parish to have very dedicated first responders and public employees. It is during the difficult times – as we are having now with the Covid-19 crisis, and as we have had during hurricanes and other disasters – that we see how fortunate we are to have them protecting and serving…

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