Stigmatized Properties in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

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  • 260 Audubon Blvd

    New Orleans, LA, US

    Uptown couple beaten; son is booked in death Singreen hospitalized began shortly after midnight inside their Uptown home, according to the Police Department. When police and paramedics arrived at the house in the 200 block of Audubon Boulevard in the Fontainebleau neighborhood, Harry Singreen, a lawyer at First National Bank of Commerce, was already dead. Singreen is being charged with crimes in the first degree because there were two victims, and because the victims were older than 65, Richard…

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  • 1312 Cambronne St

    New Orleans, LA, US

    Man murders mother over drug money. On January 10, 2009, June Jones discovered the body of Louise Decloues in the bedroom of Ms. Decloues' home at 1312 Cambronne Street. The seventy-four year old victim had been stabbed five times. Three of the stab wounds were to her upper chest, one was to her upper abdomen, and the last stab wound went through her wrist. In addition, a plastic bag was tied over her head, causing her to asphyxiate. Tony Decloues, the victim's son, was charged.

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  • 1513 Conti St

    New Orleans, LA, US

    30-year-old, Adrian Drummer, shot to death in Iberville public housing complex Thursday night in the Iberville public housing complex near the intersection of Conti and Treme streets. "First District officers responded to a call of a male shot and upon their arrival found the victim lying on the sidewalk suffering from an apparent gunshot wound to the body, " New Orleans Police Officer Shereese Harper said. The Iberville public housing complex has been the site of a rash of violence recently.

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    140 Crislaur Ave

    New Orleans, LA, US

    Seized by DEA: This property was listed in the DEA National Clandestine Laboratory Registry. Law enforcement agencies reported they found chemicals or other items that indicated the presence of either clandestine drug laboratories or dumpsites.

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  • 1220 Forstall St

    New Orleans, LA, US

    Genaro Bolden,42, was found shot to death. While many of the houses in the neighborhood are still abandoned, Harper said police on the scene described the victim's home as inhabited.

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    2436 Halsey Ave

    New Orleans, LA, US

    Relatives of dad booked in shaken-baby murder shocked by the news. George Lewis, 23, of 2436 Halsey St., was booked with second degree murder Tuesday night in connection with the death of his daughter Sophia Lewis, who was five-months old. Minyard said complications from brain injuries led to the infant's death, and said the injuries were consistent with shaken-baby syndrome. Charlene Fontana, Lewis' half-sister, said that she hadn't spoken to Lewis in almost four years after he lived with her …

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    261 Jules Ave

    New Orleans, LA, US

    Seized by DEA: Unit #36 was listed in the DEA National Clandestine Laboratory Registry. Law enforcement agencies reported they found chemicals or other items that indicated the presence of either clandestine drug laboratories or dumpsites.

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    10961 Roger Dr

    New Orleans, LA, US

    Ronald L. Williams was murdered.

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  • 1140 Royal St

    New Orleans, LA, US

    The home of infamous serial killer Delphine LaLaurie. The bodies of bound and tortured slaves were discovered after rescuers responded to a fire that was deliberately set in the kitchen. When the police and fire marshals got there, they found a seventy-year-old woman, the cook, chained to the stove by her ankle. She later confessed to them that she had set the fire as a suicide attempt for fear of her punishment, being taken to the uppermost room, because she said that anyone who was taken ther…

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  • 2018 Saint Andrew St

    New Orleans, LA, US

    Henry Barber was stabbed twenty one times and bled to death in Apt B. A grand jury indicted Binika Hankton for first-degree murder in connection with Mr. Barber's death on January 14, 2010, a charge to which she pled not guilty.

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  • 5401 Seminary Pl

    New Orleans, LA, US

    Elderly pastor and wife shot to death at their Gentilly home would have preached the Mother's Day service at noon at the Lower 9th Ward church where he was pastor. She noticed the front door open, its hinge broken. Cassimere-Fisher said she found her mother lying on the floor close to a bedroom door. Two of them said they believe the murders are connected to another relative's plan to testify in a kidnapping and attempted-murder case. Cassimere-Fisher said someone came to the Seminary Place hom…

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  • 926 Toulouse St

    New Orleans, LA, US

    Tulane surgeon, Dr. Ralph Edward Newsome Jr., was stabbed to death in French Quarter home that was set on fire. His body had no burns, and he had not inhaled any smoke, meaning someone set fire to the home after he was stabbed, New Orleans coroner's chief investigator John Gagliano said. Benjamin Sachs, the dean of Tulane's School of Medicine. They found smoke flowing out of the second floor and soon discovered a large fire burning toward the back of an attic. Firefighters barged into the home …

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  • 1736 Vespasian St

    New Orleans, LA, US

    18-year-old Kenneth Davis Jr. died from a gunshot wound to the head about 7:30 p.m. His body was discovered near the rear door of the two-story apartment building. Brandon Ruffin, 20, was convicted of second-degree murder for shooting Kenneth, in addition to manslaughter in the death of another teen six months earlier.

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