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Recent News

First Annual FIRST RESPONDERS’ CHAMPIONSHIP Blood Drive Kicks Off Today - The first annual First Responders’ Championship Blood Drive started today. The United Services Blood bus is located in the parking lot of EMS on Harding Boulevard from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for law enforcement, fire, medical personnel and other interested donors.

EBRSO Looking For Woman Taken By Ex-Boyfriend - East Baton Rouge Sheriff's deputies are looking for a woman taken earlier today by her ex-boyfriend, after he broke into her home early this morning and held the woman, her children, and cousins for several hours.

EBRSO Seizes Over Two-Hundred Pounds of Synthetic Marijuana - EBRSO Narcotics,  K-9 and SCAT executed a search warrant at  the aforementioned search warrant at the Lotus shop located at 1962 Oneal Lane Suite K. A diligent search of the business yielded: Approximately 218.1 pounds of synthetic Marijuana, and US Currency located throughout the business.

EBRSO Looking For Attempted Pharmacy Robber - The East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Office is looking for a suspect that attempted to rob the CVS located at 15255 George O'neal at approximately 9:10 this morning. According to reports, the suspect entered the business, and passed a note to an employee stating he had a weapon (though one was not seen) demanding narcotics from the pharmacy.


East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Offic
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Baton Rouge, LA 70807
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