Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday

Even NOMB has to start working again.
Friday -
Two Treme kids get lucky:
In New Orleans, two teenagers were shot Friday about 11 p.m. in the 1600 block of Touro Street in the 7th Ward.
The victims, ages 18 and 15, were taken to University Trauma Center. New Orleans police said they were expected to survive but did not release their names.

Sat -
A drug addict gets some good PR after her death:
Despite protests from her sister, Nicole Guagliardo was adamant that crack was her only choice.
"There was no talking her out of it," said Gugaliardo's sister, Alicia Gonzales, 23.
Gonzales hoped her sister's troubles would end with an arrest and a trip to jail, a wake-up call and some type of court-ordered treatment program. Jefferson deputies said they found Nicole Guagliardo, 28, of 556 Focis St., slumped over the wheel of a gold 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt parked in the driveway at 3032 Burns St. about 4 a.m.

Women are targets:
A Metairie woman was fatally shot early Saturday as she sat in a parked car near Causeway Boulevard and Earhart Expressway, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office said.

This one is cryptic:
Later Saturday, another man was fatally shot in New Orleans.

A Harvey man was gunned down in his home Monday morning while his girlfriend watched in Jefferson Parish's second killing in three days.
Antonie Stewart, 37, died of a gunshot wound to the head in the living room of his apartment in the 1200 block of Aberdeen Drive shortly before 6 a.m., said Col. John Fortunato, a spokesman for the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office.

A man who was stabbed in the chest during a fight at his Old Jefferson home was recuperating in the hospital Monday, a friend said.
The friend, Moreira, said he found Glauco bleeding in the backyard and drove his friend to the hospital. Glauco did not say what happened.

Becasue NOMB can't find the e-version of the story in the Sunday paper about the murder in Central City, we'll just print this last one

A man once confined to a Mississippi state mental hospital has been booked with torching a church in St. Tammany Parish.
Eric Knotts was arrested Friday by state fire marshals

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