Tuesday, September 18, 2007


While NOMB was slacking off, going to the lake front, listening to stories over Pho that recount the tale of a mutal aquaintance and the man who jumped into her car on Magazine street, his boddy riddled with bullets, the city moves on.

Like the 4AM shooting on Poland.
Or the birthday party shoot out.
Four killings in the city since Saturday. At least six other people were shot in the city, including three who were critically wounded.
Police also reported a rape and barroom fight that resulted in the stabbing of five people.
The hippies running thier mouths down atr the dog parks and someone else is gonna get clipped in Bywater.

Anyway, here's the best we recount:

An early morning shooting Saturday left one man dead in Central City, bringing the New Orleans' homicide total to at least 145 for 2007.

In an unrelated incident, one person was killed and three wounded in a multiple shooting Saturday night during a birthday party in Kenner. An 8-year-old boy was in stable condition, Kenner police said.

The incident began with an argument inside a bar, which police did not identify, in the 200 block of Bourbon. It escalated to a fight outside, during which a man stabbed the victims: four men and a woman, Williams said. The fight moved throughout the block, she said.

Two men were killed in unrelated shootings early Sunday, the New Orleans Police Department reported.

Phillip A. Carmouche Jr., 29, of New Orleans, was killed in Algiers shortly after midnight, and an unidentified man was found shot to death in the Upper 9th Ward about 7 a.m., said Officer Jonette Williams, NOPD spokeswoman.

Two people were shot in separate instances Sunday night, New Orleans police said.

One victim suffered a leg wound about 8:50 p.m. in the area of Canal and Basin streets. The other was shot in the back about 9:10 p.m. near Basin and Bienville streets, said Jonette Williams, a police public information officer.

A 28-year-old New Orleans man was fatally shot Monday morning following an argument that began in a Central Business District bar and ended on a Bywater street corner.

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