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December 28, 2012

December 28, 2012







(AP) POLICE HAVE ARRESTED A FORMER EUNICE HIGH TEACHER AFTER SHE ALLEGEDLY TEXTED SEXUAL PHOTOS TO A STUDENT WHILE SHE WAS EMPLOYED AT THE SCHOOL. POLICE DEPUTY CHIEF VARDEN GUILLORY SR. TELLS THE ADVOCATE JACQUELINE FRUGE TURNED HERSELF IN TO POLICE THURSDAY AFTER AN ARREST WARRANT WAS ISSUED AGAINST HER FOR PROHIBITED SEXUAL CONTACT BETWEEN AN EDUCATOR AND STUDENT. GUILLORY SAYS POLICE LAUNCHED AND INVESTIGASTION AFTER THE DEPARTMENT'S CHIEF OF DETECTIVES WAS SHOWN THE TEXTS BY "SOMEONE WHO WAS FRIENDS WITH THE STUDENT". HE SAYS THE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE WILL BE ASKED TO INVESTIGATE THE MATTER SINCE FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATORS AT THE SCHOOL ALLEGEDLY HAD PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF THE TEXT MESSAGES AND FAILED TO REPORT IT TO POLICE, GUILLORY SAID. IT WAS UNCLEAR WHETHER FRUGE HAS AN ATTORNEY.





(AP) AUTHORITIES SAY TWO WOMEN HAVE BEEN BOOKED WITH SECOND DEGREE MURDER AND CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT MURDER IN THE FATAL SHOOTING OF A RAGLEY MAN ON CHRISTMAS EVE. BEAUREGARD PARISH SHERIFF RICKY MOSES TELLS THE AMERICAN PRESS THAT 54 YEAR OLD CATHERINE ANDERSON AND 50 YEAR OLD CHERYL SCHONSBY WERE ARRESTED WEDNESDAY. MOSES SAYS ANDERSON WAS THE LIVE IN GIRLFRIEND OF THE VICTIM, 53 YEAR OLD JERRY STOVER, WHO WAS FOUND SHOT TO DEATH AT ABOUT 8AM MONDAY OUTSIDE HIS HOUSE ON U.S. HIGHWAY 171. BONDS WERE SET AT $1.25 MILLION. IT WAS UNCLEAR WHETHER THE WOMEN HAVE ATTORNEYS.





(AP) WESTLAKE MAYOR DAN CUPIT SAYS THE CITY'S POLICE STATION IS "FALLING APART" AND CITY OFFICIALS PLAN TO FIND MONEY TO BUILD A NEW ONE. CUPIT TELLS THE AMERICAN PRESS THAT THE FACILITY HAS TERMITE PROBLEMS AND ROOF PROBLEMS. PLANS WERE MADE THREE TO FOUR YEARS AGO TO BUILD A NEW STATI0N, BUT WHEN THE PROJECT WAS PUT OUT FOR BID IT CAME BACK OVER BUDGET. CUPIT SAYS HE AND POLICE CHIEF MICHAEL DICKERSON HAVE BEEN WORKING TO GET ASSISTANCE AND OBTAIN GRANTS TO FUND THE PROJECT. HE SAID THE GOAL IS TO HAVE MONEY BY THE END OF THE FISCAL YEAR - JUNE 3OTH.





(AP) THE LAFAYETTE PARISH SCHOOL BOARD WILL DECIDE IN JANUARY WHETHER TO DISTRIBUTE ITS LEAGAL WORK TO TWO DIFFERENT FIRMS. THE BOARD'S EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMEBERS AGREED DURING A DEC. 20TH COMMITTEE MEETING TO RECOMMEND THAT HAMMONDS, SILLS, ADKINS & GUICE LLPO IN BATON ROUGE HANDLE LEGAL MATTERS THAT RELATE DIRECTLY TO EDUCATIION. MEANWHILE, THE LAFAYETTE FIRM OF BORNE & WILKES LLC WOULD HANDLE NON-EDUCATIONAL ISSUES, SUCH AS INSURANCE MATTERS AND WORKER'S COMPENSATION. THE ADVERTISER REPORTS THE USE OF THE FIRMS WOULD NOT AFFECT THE STATUS OF BOARD ATTORNEY JAMES SIMON, WHO SAID HE ROUTINELY PARCELS OUT LEGAL ISSUES TO OTHER FIRMS AND ATTORNEYS BECAUSE OF THE LARGE AMOUNT OF ISSUES TO DEAL WITH.





(AP) AFTER 13 YEARS ON THE DRAWING BOARD, A CIVIL RIGHTS MUSEUM IN NEW ORLEANS APPEARS TO BE FAR FROM BECOMING A REALITY IN LOUISIANA. LT. GOV. JAY DARDENNE TELLS THE ADVOCATE GIVEN THE FISCAL CONDITION OF THE STATE, HE DOESN'T SEE IT BECOMING A PRIORITY. THE PACE OF THE PROJECT FRUSTRATES FORMER STATE SEN. DIANA BAJOIE, WHO ORIGIANALLY PITCHED THE MUSEUM TO THE LEGISLATURE IN 1999. BAJOIE INTRODUCED LEGISLATION ESTABLISHING THE LOUISIANA CIVIL RIGHS MUSEUM AS THE STATE'S OFFICIAL CIVIL RIGHTS MUSEUM. DARDENNE SAYS THE FEASIBITLITY STUDY SUGGESTED SEVERAL SITES IN NEW ORLEANS' MUSEUM CORRIDOR FOR THE CIVIL RIGHTS MUSEUM. HE SAYS THE PROBLEM IS THAT ACQUIRING LAND AND BUILDING A MUSEUM TAKES MONEY.









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