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  • Todd Williams gets 21 years for killing 3 Good Samaritans in DWI crash

    A Jefferson Parish judge on Monday (Dec. 9) sentenced Todd Williams to a total of 21 years in prison for killing three Good Samaritans and injuring two others while driving under the influence of alcohol. Williams, 40, of New Orleans, pleaded guily as charged guilty to three felony counts of vehicular homicide for the deaths …
  • Irwin Gomez-Colon guilty of brutal stabbing, strangulation murder

    A Jefferson Parish jury on Thursday (Dec. 5) found Irwin Gomez-Colon guilty of brutally stabbing and strangling a woman in her Terrytown apartment. Gomez-Colon, 34, is guilty as charged of second-degree murder in the April 22, 2017, death of Nancy Yahaira Gomez Rodriguez, 33, a native of the Dominican Republic. Gomez-Colon and Rodriguez knew each …
  • Marrero man guilty of attempted murder of store clerk

    A Jefferson Parish jury on Wednesday night (Dec. 4) found Janarius Carey guilty of shooting a Marrero convenience store clerk before he himself was shot after repeatedly pointing his pistol at a deputy who was responding to the crime. Carey, 26, of Marrero, was convicted as charged of the attempted second-degree murder of an 18-year-old …
  • ‘Harvey Hustlers’ narcotics supplier sentenced to life for Marrero murder

    A judge on Monday (Dec. 2) sentenced Alcus Smith to life in prison for his conviction of killing Donte Hall in Marrero. Smith, 32, of Harvey, was convicted by a jury on Oct. 31 of the second-degree murder of Hall, 22, who was shot multiple times in the 2600 block of Pelican Bay Boulevard on …
  • Ray Farria pleads guilty to shooting his wife through car windshield

    A Jefferson Parish judge on Monday (Nov. 18) sentenced Ray Farria to 80 years in prison, after he admitted in court to fatally shooting his wife in the neck in full view of the couple’s four young children. Farria, 33, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the July 24, 2018 death of Dominique Farria, 30. He …