Real Estate Transactions

Real Estate Transactions 5-30-2006

•184 Villere Dr., Destrehan for $95,000 from Michael Defourneaux to Trosclair’s Electric and Contractors, LLC on Mar. 29.

•11 Brandon Hall Dr. Unit D, Destrehan for $140,000 from Robin Troxclair to Mr. and Mrs. Byrd on Mar. 31.

•3755 Tara Dr., Destrehan for $194,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hodgson to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kramer on April 4.

•31 Brandon Hall Dr. Unit C, Destrehan for $125,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Ray Young to Christian Salinero and Leslie Terrell on Mar. 31.

•23 Oakley Dr., Destrehan for $192,000 from Jeffery Eberle to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Young on Mar. 31.

•Lot 13 Riverbriar S/B, Phase I, Destrehan for $130,000 from Mr. and Mrs. Paul Murray, Jr. to Mr. and Mrs. Rock Schexnaydre on April 5.

•335 Ormond Village Dr., Destrehan for $180,000 from Gina Zamora to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Marchese on April 4. […]


Sheriff Reports 5-30-2006

• Brad L. McPhail, 19, of 309 Almedia Plantation Rd., St. Rose, was arrested and charged with first degree attempted murder, armed robbery and contributing to the delinquency of a minor at 843 Goodhope St., Norco, on May 23. Sheriff Champagne reports that the above subject was arrested on a warrant that was issued on May 23, for Att. First Degree Murder and armed robbery. On May 23, the above subject allegedly shot a 28 year-old River Ridge man in the head during a drug transaction. After the shooting McPhail allegedly took $600 from the victim. He is being held on a $750,000 bond set by Judge Granier.


Obituaries 5-31-2006

Guillot Ulysse “Junior” Guillot Jr., died Monday, May 22, 2006 at 10 a.m. in Norco, La. Age 93 years. Husband of the late Cecile Cambre Guillot. Son of the late Ylysee Guillot Sr., and Laura […]

Events & Announcements

Dream of being a queen?

Girls from St. Charles Parish are invited to enter the sixth annual American Dream Queen Pageant June 17 at 11 a.m. at St. Peter School, 188 W. Seventh St., Reserve. The entry fee is $40, which includes photogenic participation, for girls 15 years and younger; and $50, including photogenic entry, for girls 16-18 years. […]