Landricy Kentrayle Robinson, 25, turned himself into law enforcement shortly after 2 p.m. Friday afternoon.
The Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office issued a BOLO (be on the lookout for notice) for a man wanted for theft Wednesday.

Wanted: Landricy Robinson

Note: The Acadia Parish Sheriff's Office has sent out a revised released correcting a couple of errors in the previous one. Authorities are looking for a 25-year-old Crowley man who is being charged with second-degree murder following an incident that was reported shortly before midnight Tuesday.

Wanted: Landricy Robinson

Police Jury elects officers

Elected Tuesday night as officers of the Acadia Parish Police Jury for 2015 are, from left, Robert Guidry, vice president, and Julie Borill, president, who is handed teh gavel by outgoing president David Savoy.

For only the second time in it’s history, the Acadia Parish Police Jury has a female as its president.

City Council appoints local officials

New Council members, Dr. Ezora Proctor (second from left) and Tim Monceaux (right) got acclimated to the city counciil’s procedures with the help of Vernon “Step” Martin (left) and Elliot Doré (second from right).

With the new term beginning, the Crowley City Council on Tuesday appointed three council members and several city offic

New school board begins new term

Members of the Acadia Parish School Board sworn in Monday night included, from left, Delo Hebert, Milton Simar, David Lalande, Doug LaCombe, John Suire, Gene Daigle and James Higginbotham. Board member Israel Syria was unable to attend Monday’s meeting. Administrating the oath of office to the board was attorney Robert Hammond.

Seven opening items saw a new board sworn in, leadership re-elected and many recognized at the Acadia Parish School Boa

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Sports

SCORE FOR SCORE - Rayne’s Tasia Duhon goes up for a bucket during the Lady Wolves’ state quarterfinal contest at Salmen during the 2014-2015 State Basketball Playoffs. (LSN Photo by Chris Quebedeaux)

SLIDELL – The Rayne Lady Wolves ‘ dreams of a trip to the LHSAA Top 28 ended Saturday with a heart-breaking 51-48 loss to No. 2 seed Salmen.

Lifestyle

Jr. Frog Festival Pageant
The titles of Jr., Teen, Miss and Ms. Frog Festival will be awarded on Saturday, March 14, during annual festivities held at the Rayne Civic Center.

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