Top Trooper in Louisiana Put On Leave in Ronald Greene Case
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The head of the Louisiana State Police put his second-in-command on leave Friday while he faces an internal probe into the erasing of his cellphone data amid the investigation into the deadly 2019 arrest of Black motorist Ronald Greene. Superintendent Col. Lamar Davis released a statement saying he placed Lt. Col. Doug Cain on paid administrative leave “to eliminate any questions into the integrity of the investigation.” Cain was among three top police officials who had their cellphones “sanitized” amid the ongoing probes into the video-recorded arrest of Greene, who died in custody after being punched, stunned and dragged by troopers.
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Azaleas Starting to Bloom at the Norton Art Gallery
I hope the Monday night storms did not harm the beautiful blooms at the Norton Art Gallery.