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4 teens arrested in connection with 15 auto burglaries 4 teens arrested in connection with 15 auto burglaries
Yesterday at 10:30 am
Four teens were arrested in connection with 15 auto burglaries that occurred last weekend in Destrehan, according to St. Charles Parish Sheriff Greg Champagne.

Low gas prices offer little relief, residents say Low gas prices offer little relief, residents say
Yesterday at 10:28 am
The falling price of oil has resulted in low prices at the pump—in some cases, less than half what they were only six months ago. For the average consumer, low prices mean a savings of $750 this year, according to the latest report from the federal Energy Information Association. But for many, the savings are a mixed blessing.

Joseph Riebow and his wife, Jennifer. Luling firefighter dies 2 months after being diagnosed with leukemia
Yesterday at 10:27 am
Luling shift firefighter Joseph Riebow, 39, who’s fight against leukemia was documented in the Jan. 1 edition of the St. Charles Herald-Guide, died on Jan. 8.

Satellite Center Administrator Lasca Anderson shows off the upgraded high-definition television studio used by team members. Hahnville and Destrehan students use the studio to produce TV shows, and several of those students have gone on to work in the field. Satellite Center celebrates 10 years of preparing students for real world jobs
Yesterday at 10:25 am
Originally opened in 2005, the Satellite Center will celebrate 10 years at a special ceremony on Jan. 30. But many residents don’t fully grasp how important the center is when it comes to preparing St. Charles students for today’s work force.

Schools seek OK to borrow $42 million Schools seek OK to borrow $42 million
Yesterday at 10:24 am
The St. Charles Parish School Board will ask residents to approve up to $42 million in bonds at a special election this spring.

Two teens arrested in Baton Rouge may be responsible for the theft of 23 cell phones from the Boutte Walmart. Cell phone theft ring targets Walmart, 3 arrested
Yesterday at 10:22 am
Three people have been arrested in connection with the theft of thousands of dollars worth of cell phones from a Baton Rouge Walmart. St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office detectives are now looking into whether the same people could be involved in a similar theft that took place at the Walmart in Boutte.

Man indicted on 2 counts of aggravated rape Man indicted on 2 counts of aggravated rape
Yesterday at 10:21 am
A 54-year-old Destrehan man was indicted by a grand jury on two counts of aggravated rape. The alleged victims are both under the age of 10–one is related to the man and the other was a family friend.

A Destrehan family was displaced from their home after a Christmas tree caught on fire in their River Oaks Drive residence. Destrehan mother, 2 kids lose everything when fire guts home
Yesterday at 10:20 am
A blaze last Thursday on River Oaks Drive in Destrehan has displaced a mother and her elementary-aged daughter and son. No one was injured, as the family was out at the time.

Chad Robin sings Billy Joel’s “New York State of Mind” during his “American Idol” audition. The audition can currently be seen by visiting Robin’s YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/user/chadrobin1. Luling singer eagerly awaits national debut on ‘American Idol’
January 22 at 2:48 pm
St. Charles Parish residents might see a familiar face while tuning in to Thursday’s New Orleans round of popular singing competition “American Idol.”

Denise Keller (right) with her daughter, Alexis. Alexis said her mother held on longer than any doctors or nurses expected her to. Former DHS volleyball coach fought valiantly against cancer
January 16 at 2:17 pm
Former Destrehan volleyball coach Denise Keller died Jan. 5 after battling breast cancer. According to family, the 49-year-old athlete did not go down without a fight.

Nicholls culinary student Haleigh Hocut, a native of Luling, practices preparing her dish, Duck Madeira, before leaving for the San Pellegrino Almost Famous Chef competition in Chicago. Luling native’s culinary skills on display at national cook-off
January 16 at 2:16 pm
A Nicholls State graduate found herself with a ticket to Chicago this past Saturday after her red snapper-based recipe qualified her for the San Pellegrino Almost Famous Chef competition.

St. Rose group continues push for 24/7 air monitoring throughout parish St. Rose group continues push for 24/7 air monitoring throughout parish
January 16 at 2:07 pm
Roughly a dozen members of the environmental action group St. Rose Community: One Voice called upon the St. Charles Parish Council to install 24/7 air quality monitors to protect against noxious emissions from area chemical companies.

Crime in St. Charles Parish falls to 18-year low Crime in St. Charles Parish falls to 18-year low
January 16 at 2:04 pm
Crime in St. Charles Parish hit an 18-year low in 2014 due to huge drops in the number of reported robberies, assaults, burglaries and thefts.

Norco school staff reunites missing Texas man with family Norco school staff reunites missing Texas man with family
January 16 at 2:02 pm
A missing 87-year-old Texas man, who unknowingly drove more than 300 miles to St. Charles Parish, was reunited with his family thanks to office personnel at Norco Elementary School.

The three people sought in connection with the theft of 23 cell phones from Walmart in Boutte are suspects in at least two other similar crimes. Walmart cell phone bandits likely not from St. Charles
January 16 at 2:01 pm
It appears that three people sought in connection with the theft of 23 cell phones from Boutte’s Walmart last week are not from St. Charles Parish and have committed similar robberies in other areas of the state, according to Sheriff Greg Champagne.

Drilling sites, particularly those with a high cost to operate such as hydraulic fracturing wells, will be the hardest hit. 30,000 in state could lose jobs due to low oil prices
January 16 at 1:58 pm

Low oil prices could lead to the loss of 30,000 jobs throughout Louisiana, according to estimates from researchers at the Dallas Federal Reserve and the University of Nevada in Las Vegas. The impact, however, likely won’t be felt as hard in St. Charles Parish as in other parts of the state.

Christmas trees used to enhance local wetlands Christmas trees used to enhance local wetlands
January 09 at 9:18 am
Christmas trees that were nestled inside homes for the holidays will soon begin a new journey to the wetlands where they will help stop coastal erosion.

The St. Charles Parish Sheriff's Office is still searching for this suspect in connection with an attempted break-in in St. Rose. Brazen St. Charles break-ins similar to those in St. John
January 09 at 9:16 am
The St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office sought information from the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office regarding robberies in Reserve and Garyville that are similar to brazen break-ins that occurred in Destrehan and St. Rose.

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Walmart cell phone bandits likely not from St. Charles
Walmart cell phone bandits likely not from St. Charles
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It appears that three people sought in connection with the theft of 23 cell phones from Boutte’s Walmart last week are not from St. Charles Parish and have committed similar robberies in other areas of the state, according to Sheriff Greg Champagne.