Eventually, NOPD Homicide Det. Erbin Bush developed enough evidence to issue a warrant for Moore on murder charges on 10.19.07. A week later, Moore was located in Tallahassee, Florida and arrested there by sheriff's deputies. He was extradited to Louisiana and booked into OPP in January and was being held with no bond on charges of 1st-degree murder and aggravated 2nd-degree battery.
The only thing to be said good about her: The DA, Keva Landrum-Johnson, doesn't seem to be prejudiced. She frees white suspects too.
We know the DA dismissed a charge of armed robbery with a firearm for a robbery at Annunciation and Poeyfarre streets on 4.29.07. But we can't figure out what happened with charges against him of robbing a man at Gov. Nicholls and Chartres streets at 3:19 a.m. on 5.1.07.
He is due in court again 8.25.08 on a "multiple bill" to try to get him put away for a long time as a career criminal.
In 2003, Anderson was charged with battery on a police officer and attempted escape in connection with his arrest on burglary and other charges. (The DA let him go on all the charges.)
But the real coup was earlier in 2003, when Anderson--or someone said to be him--pled guilty 8.20.03 to possession of a stolen auto and was sentenced to 2 years in prison.
So Anderson was set free. (Now that's having a real friend in a time of need!)
You read it here first: We told you last week (6.25.08) that the judge had increased the bond on David Bonds, 19, the suspect in an attempted murder on Canal Street from $750,000 to $1 million. The Big City Daily never got around to making a big deal of it until a whole week later--on 7.2.08. I thought they were supposed to be the newspaper?