City Judge run-off candidates Paul Brown, left, and Terry Hoychick at last week's Rotary Club campaign appearance.

The run-off candidates for Eunice City Judge agree that reducing the number of juvenile offenders appearing before the bench is a priority, though they have different ideas about how to approach it. And both understand night court, sometimes lasting into the wee hours, is a problem.
NATCHITOCHES – In a game where the two offenses totaled nearly 950 yards of total offense, No. 2 St. Mary’s rolled to a 55-34 quarterfinal win over No. 7 St. Edmund at Turpin Stadium. “The beat us up front pretty good,” St. Edmund head coach Thomas David said. “They won the battle of the trenches early and got a big lead.

Cheddar and jalapeno Cajun spice make up one of the three boxed selections of cheese sold for the holidays by the LSU AgCenter Dairy Store in Baton Rouge. Orders are now being taken in-store or online.

With the recent seasonal temperatures, it’s truly beginning to feel like the holiday season. And the LSU AgCenter Dairy Store has the items to make it feel that much more special.

City Judge run-off candidates Paul Brown, left, and Terry Hoychick at last week's Rotary Club campaign appearance.

Cheddar and jalapeno Cajun spice make up one of the three boxed selections of cheese sold for the holidays by the LSU AgCenter Dairy Store in Baton Rouge. Orders are now being taken in-store or online.

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Radio Logs

Thursday, October 31
1045 Shoplifting reported in the 1800 block of West Laurel.
1326 Shoplifting reported in the area of Hwy 190.
1442 Fight reported in the area of Hwy. 190.
1534 Shoplifting reported at Walmart; resulted in arrest.

Arrests

October 31
Diane Mayne, 47, 34 Myers Street; Money warrant.
Andre Burrell, 36, 1711 Dudley Street; possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, illegal use of CDS in presence of minor, Violation of uniform CDS Law in drug-free zone.

Court upholds excessive force finding

The Third Circuit Court of Appeal has upheld Dist. Judge Alonzo Harris’ ruling that the City of Eunice and Police Officer Brian Rozas are 50 percent at fault in injuries sustained by Jurnell Smith when he came upon a police stop while driving home on the night of April 2009.

St. Landry arrests

Nov. 1
Corey N. Arline, age 21, 422 Sapphire St., Opelousas, LA, distribution of schedule I drugs, violation of uniform CDS law, drug free zone.

Abraham Kennerson, age 43, 622 Hwy. 749, #A, Opelousas, LA, simple battery involving domestic violence.

Two charged in pot bust

Jared Thompson

Where there’s smoke, theres sometimes a bust.
Drug arrests at Bengal Village ensued after the Eunice Police Department received a complaint of individuals smoking marijuana on the premises of the student housing complex on the LSU Eunice campus.

St. Landry arrests

Oct. 31

Donald Greene, age 40, 912 Rice Lane, Opelousas, LA, simple burglary.

Solemon Joseph Batiste, II, age 30, 180 McBride Dr., Opelousas, LA, alteration/removal of VIN numbers prohibited.

Mamou arrests

The Mamou Police Department reported 12 recent bookings into the town jail.
Arrested were the following persons:

Evangeline arrests

The Evangeline Parish Sheriff’s Office reported 10 recent bookings into the parish jail.
Arrested were the following persons:
•Jaworski Donnell Jack, 27, 2028 Blue Rose Blvd., Ville Platte, was charged October 25, with simple battery. Jack was released from jail on a $1,000 bond.

Radio Logs

Wednesday, October 30
1155 Theft reported in the 100 block of Crestview.
1725 Subject need spolice officer in the 100 block of Boudreaux.
1825 Theft reported at the Highway 13 Chevron.

Arrests

October 30
No arrests made.

Time to get rid of household wastes -- safely and free

Saturday is the annual opportunity to get rid of hazardous waste from around the house -- tires, batteries, used oil, old paint cans and the like -- without having to pay a disposal fee or sneaking out into the night and dumping it somewhere.

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Sports

NATCHITOCHES – In a game where the two offenses totaled nearly 950 yards of total offense, No. 2 St. Mary’s rolled to a 55-34 quarterfinal win over No. 7 St. Edmund at Turpin Stadium.

Lifestyle

Mrs. David J. Foreman

Jamie Elizabeth Guillory and David Jonathan Foreman were united in marriage at Asbury United Methodist Church in Lafayette, Louisiana on Saturday, November 22, 2014 at seven o’clock in the evening. The ceremony was officiated by Reverend Richard Humphries.

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