21 people were indicted yesterday under seal for racketeering and other various charges in Jefferson Parish. Many of the indicted belong to the Harvey Hustlers gang, involved in the sale of illegal drugs, guns, and […]
Archives: Monthly Archives: February 2015
New Orleans Parish School Board president, Seth Bloom, sat down with Allen Katz to discuss the future of his presidency and what awaits the new school board superintendent. In this video he discusses what he […]
As an ongoing proactive effort to remove impaired drivers from the roadways, the Orleans Parish Police Department will be conducting a DWI Checkpoint, Thursday, February 26, at an undisclosed location in Orleans Parish. The checkpoint […]
An Abita Springs man was arrested for his 8th DWI in Mandeville on Mardi Gras (February 17, 2015) evening after borrowing a friend’s truck without her permission and returning it with extensive damage. The man, James […]
According to TMZ, Adam Lazzara of the band ‘Taking Back Sunday’ was arrested for a DWI early Sunday morning. After driving through a red light, Mr. Lazzara was pulled over and then arrested for a DWI. […]
Carnival season is coming to a close Tuesday evening, but there is so much happening as far as parades and parties until then. Bloom Legal wants to take this time to wish everyone a safe […]
A Gulfport woman was arrested over the weekend after crashing her vehicle into a Kenner Police Department vehicle twice. Debra White, 46, was seen serving through traffic when the Kenner Police officer pulled over her […]
Yesterday, the OPSB released the press release for the newly elected President, Seth Bloom, and Vice-President, Cynthia Cade. Please check out the full release here.
As of 2015, there are new rules involving parades. Please be aware of these rules prior to heading out for a parade, as you could be ticketed for non-compliance. A few of the new rules […]
Newly elected Orleans Parish School Board President Seth Bloom stopped by WDSU to discuss the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program aimed to help small and minority businesses thrive.