Report: Deputy killed in Luling crash was traveling 90 mph, activated emergency lights right before impact
A St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s deputy who was killed in a wreck on Paul Maillard last year was traveling 90 miles per hour at the time of impact, not wearing his seat belt and did not have his emergency lights or sirens activated until .88 seconds before the crash, according to a report obtained from the Louisiana State Police through a public information request by The St. Charles Herald-Guide. […]
When Parish President V.J. St. Pierre first took office in 2008, he requested that the parish’s nine volunteer fire departments study the potential of transitioning from volunteer firefighters to a paid department. […]
After St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies issued 113 citations for discharging fireworks during the New Year’s holiday, Councilman Paul Hogan will reintroduce legislation to legalize the pyrotechnics.
The elderly driver who was injured when a St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office cruiser driven by Deputy Jeff Watson collided with his vehicle head-on in early August has still not recovered from his injuries. […]
St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies were allegedly attacked by a pair of women and a 16-year-old boy at the Norco Christmas parade and two suffered minor injuries, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
Just a few days before Memorial Day, Chris Beard, 22, a St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s deputy and a soldier in the Marine Corps Reserves, left his job and family behind to serve his country in Iraq. […]