This guy looks like a real winner





Folder : 2408382
Last Name : WHITE
First Name : SEAN
Middle Initial :
Race : W
Sex : M
Date of Birth : 03/25/1985
Book Date : 02/26/2015 at 13:57:40


Charge (Sta/Vio/Sub) 271MCS/54-151 Charge Text  CRIMINAL DAMAGE PROPTY
Arrest Date 02/26/2015 Disposition HOLD-CT
Arrest Number 12228678 Disposition Date 02/26/2015
Court Type M Bond Amount 300.00
Magistrate Section B Magistrate Number G82530
Docket Section  Docket Number 0
Next Court Date 02/27/2015 Details/Comments CB 100
Arrest Date 02/26/2015 Disposition HOLD-CT
Arrest Number 12228686 Disposition Date 02/26/2015
Court Type M Bond Amount 2500.00
Magistrate Section A Magistrate Number 1122573
Docket Section  Docket Number 0
Next Court Date 02/27/2015 Details/Comments 54-401/04162012/1122573A
Arrest Date 02/26/2015 Disposition HOLD-CT
Arrest Number 12228685 Disposition Date 02/26/2015
Court Type M Bond Amount 2500.00
Magistrate Section A Magistrate Number 1122573
Docket Section  Docket Number 0
Next Court Date 02/27/2015 Details/Comments 54-401/04132012/1122482A
Arrest Date 02/25/2015 Disposition HOLD-CT
Arrest Number 12228684 Disposition Date 02/26/2015
Court Type M Bond Amount 2500.00
Magistrate Section D Magistrate Number 1123043
Docket Section  Docket Number 0
Next Court Date 02/27/2015 Details/Comments 54-401/04192012/1123043D

Update on Joshua Willliams court in the arson protest of Antonio Martin

JOSHUA LAMAR WILLIAMS Offender ID: 2014028066 DOB 11/25/1995


Joshua Lamar Williams is facing charges in a St Louis County case 14SL-CR10272-01 on the following counts:

Arson 1st Degree / Burglary – 2nd Degree / Theft/Stealing (Value Of Property Or Services Is Less Than $500)


3/16/2015 update





Next hearing status THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 2015


End of update

In court today Joshua’s attorney Mr. Nick Zotos was able to reschedule the settlement conference for 03/12/2015 8:30 AM. He also filed motion for psychiatric exam however court records did not show a hearing yet on that motion.

Josh is accused of setting or attempting to set fire to a Quick Trip after stealing gum from the same place. This was immediately following the shooting death of Antonio Martin by a police officer. He has been reported to have confused to the crime already. Attorney Sarah Molina is believed to have been the first attorney to visit him in jail to prevent him from talking to the police but it is believed she was too late. Josh has been mostly silent on Twitter since his release from jail with the exception of the Tweet toward the end of this blog which he asked for donations.

It is rumored on Twitter that live streamer @stackizshort recorded video that may also be used as evidence that shows him at the scene before the crime. It is believed he was caught in the act by store surveillance. It is also rumored on Twitter that his mother has asked the protesters to leave him alone and fired his previous assigned attorney prior to Mr. Zotos.


Stalkermom3001 was the Twitter handle for attorney Sarah Molina



As seen in previous Tweets he had promoted arson on social media in an apparent form of protesting.







One of his last few Tweets show the following in an attempt to get people to clean up the Mike Brown memorial.


Josh did also recently Tweet asking for funding


Man arrested 2nd time for impersonation of police – NOPD shirt guy

3/19/2015 NOPD shirt guy released from jail ALEXANDER COLLINS has been released from the Orleans Parish Jail on 3/19/2015. The reason for the release is: Release by court order


The man who runs around the French Quarter, city buses, and Street Cars wearing a NOPD shirt has been arrested yet again for impersonation of a police officer. He usually acts in a manner that would lead you to believe he is affiliated with the police.

I’ve seen this guy around a whole lot and sometimes even interacting with police officers. He can almost always be found on Bourbon Street on any weekend night. Having worked in the French Quarter myself and hanging out in local spots in the area I saw him at least three times a week, always in NOPD shirt. On numerous occasions I’ve had conversations with him and he told me he was going through some type of program such as an internship.

He usually wears tactical looking pants and keeps handcuffs in his pants with no handcuff case and carries no visible handgun or badge.

He was arrested once on 10/16/2015 for “FALSE PERSONATION OF A PEACE OFFICER” and “CRIMINAL MISCHIEF FALSE REPORT” It appears by court records that those charges were accepted on 2/4/2015.

He was arrested yet again on 2/15/2015 giving himself a birthday present of spending the night in jail. The charge this time is again “FALSE PERSONATION OF A PEACE OFFICER” his bond is set for $10,000.

Based on court records he was to have a bond reduction hearing on 2/19/2016 but no one appeared on his behalf. I will follow up to see what the updates are I feel he will be in jail for at least a week if not more.


Date of Birth : 02/16/1994

Latest book date : 02/15/2015 at 21:55:52


Previous news story

hey dipshit forgot to smile for the ProjectNOLA camera

New Orleans – This morning ProjectNOLA announced via their Facebook and Twitter account that they observed a ProjectNOLA crime camera at 7th & Dryades become vandalized. The NOPD responded to the area and was searching for the pictured subject.

If/when he is arrested I will be following updates to this story and publish his booking information

Pictures courtesy of ProjectNOLA

Subject is likely unaware that he is being published on social media and is likely still wearing this came clothing.

Forget to smile dipshit?


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NEW ORLEANS, LA – Tonight, the NOPD is investigating the fatal shooting of an unidentified male and the shooting of an unidentified female at 5164 Lakeview Court.

Shortly after 7:30 p.m., officers responded to the scene of a shooting where a male was located inside the residence suffering from a gunshot wound to the body. He was pronounced dead on the scene. A female was also located inside the residence suffering from a gunshot wound to her body. She was transported to the hospital and is currently in surgery.

Investigators are currently in the process of gathering evidence and information to identify the person(s) responsible in this incident, as well as a motive.

Homicide Detective Clinton Givens is in charge of the investigation and can be reached at 658-5300.

Citizens with information that can help solve this crime are asked to call Crimestoppers at 822-1111 or toll-free 1-877-903-STOP. You could receive a cash reward of up to $2,500 for the information leading to the arrest and indictment of the responsible person(s). You do not have to give your name nor testify to receive the reward. Citizens can also submit an anonymous tip online to Crimestoppers at


Officer Hilal Williams

DEMETRIUS DOMINGUES update Bourbon Street brawl

DEMETRIUS M DOMINGUES must serve 90 days without credit for time served and be on probation an extended year.

Jefferson Parish court records now show that DEMETRIUS M DOMINGUES was “picked up on Attachment” and “Deft failed to appear on 1/16/15 for proof of payment because the Deft is on weekly plan, Also failed to appear for a Rule for Contempt that was set on 1/29/15” [sic]






Offers Gratitude to NOPD, Public Employees and the People of New Orleans
NEW ORLEANS – Mayor Mitch Landrieu today called the 2015 Mardi Gras season a “resounding success” and thanked the NOPD, public employees, Carnival krewes and the people of New Orleans for helping make it all possible.

“Mardi Gras is the single event that transmits the authenticity of New Orleans to the world,” said Mayor Landrieu. “We come together each year to do something better than anyone else and that is to celebrate the biggest free show on earth. This year’s Carnival was second to none, and it was a resounding success. Thank you to Carnival krewes for putting on amazing shows, and thank you to the people of this great city for your cooperation and enthusiasm throughout Mardi Gras. I especially want to thank the hard-working men and women of the police department who were all hands on deck throughout Carnival season. The New Orleans Police Department handles major events and crowd control better than any police department in the country.”

In total, about 4,500 dedicated public employees, over 1,000 Sewage & Water Board employees and 160 airport employees serve the people of New Orleans, many of whom directly or indirectly help with Mardi Gras festivities – working around the clock to plan, protect, execute and clean up.

“There is a tremendous amount of work that goes into the joy that people see in the streets. Mardi Gras is a team effort, but I want to especially thank the employees of the City of New Orleans who kept our parade routes safe and clean,” said Mayor Landrieu. “We began the 2015 Carnival season expecting challenges with traffic and construction, but we had good plans in place and the public was cooperative and patient. The success of Mardi Gras also largely depends on the City returning the streets to normalcy and cleanliness as soon as possible, so I thank the people of New Orleans for their cooperation.”

In the coming days, the cleanup effort will continue as parade viewing stands and public portable toilets are removed.


The New Orleans Police Department (NOPD) provided strong security coverage during the 2015 Carnival season, from Feb. 6 to Feb. 17. Every officer was on duty and working, with a majority of officers either putting in 12-hour shifts in a police district or a minimum of 8-hour shifts along the parade route. During the 12-day period, NOPD put in a total of 58,090 manpower hours compared to 55,700 in 2014.

"Our officers put in long hours over the past 12 days and did an outstanding job of ensuring the safety of our residents and visitors along the parade route and across the city. With the help of our local, state and federal partners, we executed a strong security plan that led to a safe and successful Carnival season,” said NOPD Superintendent Michael Harrison.

NOPD was complemented by 150 Louisiana State Police Troopers, along with members of partners law enforcement agencies, including: Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office, UNO Police, Tulane University Police, Louisiana Department of Corrections, St. John the Baptist Parish Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Marshals Service and the Drug Enforcement Administration.

In total, the NOPD made 443 arrests in the Eighth District and along the parade route compared to 501 during the 2014 Mardi Gras season. In the NOPD Eighth District alone, which includes the French Quarter, Marigny, and Central Business District, officers responded to approximately 3,250 calls for service and made 366 arrests, compared to 2,900 calls for service and 421 arrests during the Mardi Gras 2014 season. The arrest numbers in the Eighth District represent a continued decline in the number of arrests made in the past four years during the Carnival season thanks to strong police presence and cooperation from the public. In addition, solid police work and proactive patrolling led police to make a total of 16 gun arrests and take a total of 14 guns off the streets.


The New Orleans Fire Department (NOFD) responded to 1,414 fire and medical calls for service during the Mardi Gras season including nine working structure fires. The NOFD also inspected 34 parades, which included: 792 traditional floats, 175 truck floats and 312 parade flambeauxes. The department also inspected 88 mobile food vendors for compliance. The NOFD also distributed over 22,000 cups, as parade throws, promoting the department’s “Free Smoke Alarm Installation Program.” NOFD members also worked alongside Sanitation Department personnel, providing traffic safety during post-parade debris removal. NOFD also created a barricade group to manage the positioning and removal of barricades before and after parades.

New Orleans EMS responded to 2,367 emergency service calls, resulting in a call every six minutes – the department’s busiest Carnival season to date. In conjunction with the New Orleans Health Department (NOHD) Medical Reserve Corps, they also operated three First Aid stations over three days and provided foot patrols during parades. In total, NOHD assisted 138 people and provided care to 47 people during Mardi Gras, 22 of which were transported by EMS.


For the 2015 Mardi Gras season, the Department of Sanitation utilized 118 pieces of equipment and more than 600 City workers, temporary workers, and contractor employees to clean up the streets and neutral grounds following parades each day. All of these laborers worked tremendously hard to return the city streets to normalcy. In general, all routes were cleaned within three hours of the conclusion of a parade.

“The City’s Sanitation Department and its partners did an outstanding job coordinating one of the best and quickest cleanup operations yet,” said Ava Rodgers, deputy chief administrative officer for operations. “Our cleaning crews worked very long nights to take on an incredibly challenging task. Their dedication to the people of New Orleans is commendable, and we sincerely thank them for what they do. As cleanup efforts continue, we ask for the public’s patience and understanding.”

For the second consecutive year, the City used Mardi Gras clean-up to provide employment opportunities for ex-offenders and the chronically hard to employ. In 2014, the City made up to 50 clean-up jobs available for these groups per parade night. Based on the success of last year, the City tripled the program, making up to 150 jobs available per night during the 2015 Carnival season. In addition to the job for Carnival season, participants received training in how to search for a job and workplace expectations.

The total tonnage of debris cleared off the streets during Mardi Gras will be announced next week. The City also no longer views success by tonnage of debris collected, especially as the City continues to promote recycling. Residents may bring Mardi Gras beads for recycling to the City’s Sanitation Yard, located at 2829 Elysian Fields Ave., on Feb. 21 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. There are also several local non-profits that accept Mardi Gras beads for recycling.


The City placed 650 portable toilets along the parade routes for Mardi Gras this year, and they are scheduled to be removed by Friday, Feb. 20. The City also issued close to 300 permits for reviewing stands, concessions and parking. All City-constructed viewing stands will be fully disassembled by Friday, Feb. 27.

To keep residents and visitors fully informed this Mardi Gras season, the City once again utilized a Mardi Gras Information and Updates website at The site provided residents and visitors with safety regulations, enforcement policies, permitting information, and helpful suggestions, including interactive parade maps. The website received more than 10,000 views in the 30 days before Fat Tuesday.


In addition to permanent No Parking signs posted along parade routes, the City installed approximately 4,000 temporary No Parking signs. Parking on either side of Napoleon Avenue between Tchoupitoulas Street and South Claiborne Avenue was prohibited two hours before and after any Mardi Gras parade whose route travelled on Napoleon Avenue. Parking was also prohibited on either side of St. Charles Avenue between Napoleon Avenue and Canal Street two hours before or after any Mardi Gras parade whose route travels on St. Charles Avenue. The City monitored parking very closely so that First Responders and the public had clear access to the public right of way and to facilitate the clearing of debris by Sanitation crews following parades.

The City issued 22,475 citations, booted 553 vehicles and towed 799 vehicles on parade days. In 2014, the City issued 18,816 citations, booted 497 vehicles and towed 847 vehicles on parade days.


Over the Mardi Gras holiday, the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport saw a six-year high number of passengers traveling through the airport. Over an eight day period beginning Friday, Feb. 13 through Friday, Feb. 20, 2015, the airport expects to have over 139,000 passengers depart, a 2.5 percent increase over 2014 and a 37 percent increase over 2010. Over 20,000 passengers are scheduled to depart New Orleans on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015, as the Mardi Gras season comes to a close.


The President’s Day holiday gave many visitors a three-day weekend to enjoy the Mardi Gras festivities, so occupancy was high. According to a survey of New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau member hotels, hotel occupancy was over 97 percent for the second weekend of Mardi Gras, with many hotels at 100 percent. Revelers also extended their visits as occupancy remained high through Fat Tuesday. Mardi Gras has about a $500 million economic impact on New Orleans, according to a 2014 Tulane University economic impact study.

“2015 Mardi Gras proved once again to be the authentic and iconic celebration that both visitors and locals of all ages have enjoyed for over a hundred years,” said Mark Romig, President and CEO of the New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation (NOTMC). “This year also saw an extended period of wonderful parade-going weather, which added to the enjoyment of watching the magnificent floats, marching bands and costumes. Finally, New Orleans’ Mardi Gras helps support the 81,000 jobs in the hospitality industry. As an annual festival, Mardi Gras is one of our most important economic engines.”






NOPD quickly apprehends 19-year-old John Hicks after brief chase
NEW ORLEANS, LA—The NOPD has arrested 19-year-old John Hicks and booked him with two counts of Second Degree Murder and one count of Using a Firearm During a Crime of Violence on a Parade Route in connection with a double murder on Thursday in the 1200 block of St. Charles Avenue.

Around 10:00 p.m., shots were fired in the 1200 block of St. Charles Avenue. Officers assigned to the parade route responded immediately and observed 21-year-old Peter Dabney suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest and a 22-year-old male suffering from a gunshot wound to the neck. Both victims were taken to the hospital where they later died.

At the same time, officers observed a black male wearing a black and white hooded sweatshirt running from the scene and ran after him. After a brief foot chase, officers apprehended the suspect who was later identified as 19-year-old John Hicks.

During the chase, officers observed Hicks throw a black handgun into the bushes near the 1700 block of Martin Luther King Boulevard. Officers recovered the weapon and results of ballistics testing are pending. However, officers performed a gun residue test on scene and Hicks tested positive.

During the course of the investigation, detectives learned Hicks and his friends were involved in a verbal altercation with another group of individuals along the parade route which turned physical and then deadly. Hicks was taken to the NOPD Homicide Division for questioning where he later confessed to the shooting.

Hicks’ prior arrests include Disturbing the Peace and a curfew violation.

Over 20 NOPD officers were assigned to the immediate area Thursday night. NOPD Superintendent Michael Harrison was on the scene and commended the responding officers for the quick apprehension and crowd control.

“Our officers responded quickly, aggressively, and professionally to control the situation and track down the suspect responsible for this senseless act of violence,” said NOPD Superintendent Michael Harrison. “Make no mistake, we will not tolerate this type of behavior. If you choose to commit violent crime we will pursue you relentlessly. Our number one priority is to ensure the safety of our residents and visitors. We have a strong security plan in place and parade goers can expect to see a heavy police presence along the parade route and across the city throughout the weekend.”

“I want to commend the great police work by the New Orleans Police Department that quickly secured the scene and arrested the suspect,” said Mayor Mitch Landrieu. “Public safety is and always will be our number one priority throughout Mardi Gras. NOPD is all hands on deck, along with support from the Louisiana State Police. We will not tolerate violence on the streets of New Orleans.”

Homicide Detective Tanisha Sykes is in charge of the investigation and can be contacted at 658-5300.

The Coroner will release the identity of the second deceased victim after notification of family members and will perform an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death.

Citizens with information about this crime are asked to call Crimestoppers at 822-1111 or toll-free 1-877-903-STOP(7867) or Text your crime tip to C-R-I-M-E-S (274637), Text TELLCS then your crime information. You could receive a cash reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and indictment of the person(s) responsible. You do not have to give your name nor testify to receive the reward. Citizens can also submit an anonymous tip online to Crimestoppers at



NEW ORLEANS, LA – Today, Mayor Landrieu will announce the 2014-2015 recipients of Wisner Donation Funds. The Edward Wisner Donation was created from the estate of Edward Wisner to the City of New Orleans as a 100-year charitable trust in 1914. The Wisner Donation supports local needs in the areas of beautification, education, recreation or human services, awarding 62 grants to local organizations serving the New Orleans community for the 2014-2015 cycle.

WHO: Mayor Landrieu

2014-2015 recipients of Wisner Donation Funds

WHEN: Today, Feb. 9, 2015
10:45 a.m.

WHERE: Gallier Hall
545 Saint Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70130