I-10 vehicle fire delays traffic

Rayne Firemen extinguish a truck fire near mile marker 88 just west of Rayne causing a delay in east bound interstate traffic Tuesday afternoon. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)

The Rayne Police Department and Rayne Volunteer Fire Department responded just west of Rayne on I-10′s westbound lane for a vehicle on fire.  Both lanes were temporarily closed while fire fighters extinguished the fire. 


Police seek bike owner; release suspect information in burglaries

Bicycle recovered by Crowley Police Department. The department is looking for the owner of this bicycle.

Crowley police are investigating a rash of daytime residential burglaries which have occurred in the east area of Crowley. 

In all, six burglaries have occurred with force being used to enter the residents. 


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