Last Call: 5 things you may have missed on Nov. 16

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — It’s getting late, and it’s almost time to close up for the evening. Here are some stories you might have missed today.

Former Covington teacher pleads guilty to supplying marijuana-laced brownies to students

Camille Brennan

Camille Brennan

A former teacher who supplied marijuana-laced brownies to two students last year has pleaded guilty to two counts of distribution of marijuana to a student and two counts of obstruction of justice.

Judge orders jury sequestered in Cardell Hayes trial

Cardell Hayes, the man charged with murder and attempted murder in connection with the shooting of Will and Racquel Smith

Cardell Hayes

It’s the first sequestered jury in Orleans Parish criminal courts since 2011.

New Orleans woman wanted for hitting St. Bernard deputy with vehicle, dragging him several feet

Antoinette Jacobs, photo courtesy St. Bernard Parish Sheriff's Office

Antoinette Jacobs, photo courtesy St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office

The St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office is looking for a New Orleans woman who reportedly hit a sheriff’s deputy with a vehicle and dragged the deputy several feet outside of a Chalmette store after shoplifting.

Loyola students walk out in protest of Trump presidency

Loyola Protest Walkout

A group of Loyola students walked out of their classes today in protest of what they view as offensive and racist tones put forth by Donald Trump during his campaign for the presidency.

Several states seeing Parvovirus Outbreak

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A particularly nasty strain of Parvovirus, more commonly known as parvo, is sweeping across several states.