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Past articles by Rebeca:

Man tried to lure 10-year-old Lafayette boy into his car by using cash

A Lafayette woman claims a man tried to lure her 10-year-old son into his car only a block away from their home. Now, she wants to warn others. “This man wants me to go help him to make 100 dollars. I can make some money.” That’s what the Lafayette mother, who wished to remain anonymous […] → Read More

New K-9 deputies are on the job in St. Landry Parish

ST. LANDRY PARISH, La. (KLFY)- The St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office recently got two new K-9’s to join the team, Tank and Landry.They were a gift from St. Landry Parish Crime Stoppers. “They’ve been trained, they’ve been certified,” explains Sheriff Bobby Guidroz. Hank, a malamute, has been trained to sniff out explosives. His handler, Lt. […] → Read More

I-10: A ‘main drug corridor’ affecting Acadiana, according to officials

JENNINGS, La. (KLFY)- Interstate 10 stretches from Santa Monica, California to Jacksonville, Florida. It also runs right through the center of Acadiana. But according to officials, the long stretch of road is being used for more than just tourist and business travel. A ‘drug corridor’ is how many law enforcement agencies are referring to the interstate. […] → Read More

SMPSO: St. Martinville man accused of trying to run over victim twice in domestic dispute

ST. MARTINVILLE, La. (KLFY)- A St. Martin Parish man is facing multiple charges including attempted murder after a “series of events” that left one victim severely injured on Sept. 4, authorities said. On that day, a deputy with the St. Martin Parish Sheriff’s Office responded to a 911 call regarding a stalled vehicle near Old […] → Read More

LCG discusses 2020 budget

The Lafayette consolidated government discussed the 2020 Budget in a special meeting. $40 million in drainage for flash flooding was approved. A motion to dredge the Vermilion River also passed. The motion by Sheriff Mark Garber to received $1 million to fund 35 jobs in the parish jail failed. We will have more details from the meeting on News 10 at 10. → Read More

JDPSO taking extra steps to monitor registered sex offenders

JEFF DAVIS PARISH, La. (KLFY)- Officials with the JDPSO tell News 10 that they go the extra mile to ensure that the public is safe from sex offenders. According to the Louisiana Criminal Code, there’s three different types of sex offenders.They’re divided into tiers. Each sex offender is placed under a tier based on their […] → Read More

Stapleton and Kiwanis Jamboree: Here’s where you can find parking at Cajun Field and the Cajundome tonight

LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY)- It’s a busy night at Cajun Field and the Cajundome with two big events happening at the same time. Tonight we’ll see the Kiwanis High School Jamboree football games at Cajun field. Just across the street at the Cajundome, Chris Stapleton will be playing at 7 p.m. tonight. With both of these […] → Read More

Two arrested for Eunice trailer fire

ST. LANDRY PARISH- Logan Bertrand, 21, and Carlos Juan Flores, 18, have been been arrested for setting fire to a neighboring mobile home in the trailer park they they both live in. Both were booked into the St. Landry Parish Jail for one count each of simple arson and criminal trespass. On Tuesday morning, the […] → Read More

JDPSO: Traffic stop leads to drug arrest

JEFFERSON DAVIS PARISH- Deputies with the Jeff Davis Parish Sheriff’s Office stopped a vehicle on LA 102 near Empire Road for a headlamp out early this morning around 2:00am. When speaking to the driver and passenger in the vehicle the deputies noticed to have a nervous behavior, along with checking their records it was found […] → Read More

‘Perfect practice makes perfect’: Broussard PD holds active shooter training at theater

BROUSSARD, La. (KLFY)- Movie theaters are places where people of all ages go to relax. But the threat of an active shooter in any public space has become very real. That’s why the Broussard Police Department is making sure their officers are prepared for if and when it happens. “You’ve heard the term ‘practice makes […] → Read More

Bullet proof backpacks are becoming another back to school staple

Bullet-resistant backpacks are growing in popularity as kids head back to school this fall. In fact, they’re popping up in stores around the country. The backpacks contain the same type of kevlar found in some police vests. Stores like Walmart, Office Depot, Bed Bath & Beyond sell them online. The backpacks sell anywhere from $150 to several hundred dollars. → Read More

Lafayette Police K9 Achmed officially retired, local artist creates piece to honor K9 Achmed

LAFAYETTE, La.- Lafayette Police Canine Achmed officially retired as of Friday. An amazing piece of art work honoring K9 Achmed, was done by local artist Joni Juergens Art. → Read More

Ville Platte passes budget, but not without heated debate

VILLE PLATTE, La. (KLFY)- Tensions ran high between Ville Platte residents and the city council as the city council was trying to adopt this upcoming year’s fiscal budget. The meeting came almost two weeks after the council decided to increase utility costs for citizens of Ville Platte. Most of the quarreling was filled with personal […] → Read More

UPDATE: Man stabbed to death in Ville Platte identified, no one in custody

UPDATE: Man stabbed to death in Ville Platte identified, no one in custody → Read More

Stabbing death in Ville Platte, no one in custody

A Ville Platte man is dead after police say his wife allegedly stabbed him Friday. → Read More

Acadia Parish Sheriff: Crawfishing in ditches may lead to a ticket

On Thursday, News 10 told you about people getting crawfish from ditches due to flood waters . → Read More

Jennings police see spike in juvenile crimes during Spring Break week

Jennings Police Chief Danny Semmes said because of this, the department will be increasing patrols once students get out of school for summer break. → Read More

DOTD on pontoon bridge closure: 'Operation of the bridge could have caused a catastrophic failure'

There has been construction on the bridge on and off since the 2016 floods, but now, it's closed yet again. → Read More

Gunshots often reported in Eunice, EPD pushes through lack of evidence

"If we don't have a victim, and we don't have a suspect, and we don't have any evidence, there's nothing that can be done except to patrol the area a little more." → Read More

Two arrested for scrap metal theft

28-year-old Quentin Elby Guillory of Lake Charles and 32-year-old Santanna Ranelle Durgan of Mamou were placed under arrest for theft. → Read More