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Home Police e-Alerts NOPD 3rd Dist. Alerts Aggravated Battery - Suspect Arrested - 06-23-2010

Aggravated Battery - Suspect Arrested - 06-23-2010

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On Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010 at around 10:34 A.M., the victim and his
sister, Jasmine Broyard (B/F 02-20-1986) were arguing at their home in
the 5900 block of Elysian Fields Avenue, over household chores. The
victim gathered his belongings so he could leave and locked himself in
his bedroom to get away from his sister, when she kicked in the door,
grabbed a lamp, broke its light bulb and stabbed the victim in the
chest. Another sibling entered the room and broke up the fight.
Responding Officers apprehended and arrested Ms. Broyard, who was
charged in the above offense.

Additional information on this arrest and/or subsequent prosecution
can be obtained via the Docket Master at

If you have any further information on this incident or suspect,
please call the Third District at 658-6030. You may also call
Crimestoppers anonymously at 822-1111.

Remember to report any suspicious persons or activities you see in
your neighborhood by calling 821-2222. In an emergency, call 911

Major Greg Elder
Third District
New Orleans Police Department

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