Wednesday’s Wheel of Justice Report Includes a Teaching Moment

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Wednesday’s Wheel of Justice report included the search for a man who upgraded his bicycle for a car.  Police say, yep, some people leave their cars running and unlocked while they dart into stores.  This case, at the corner of St Bernard and North Broad, happened a little after 8:30 in the morning on September 2nd.

Also on Wednesday’s report, Tangipahoa Parish deputies hope an additional $1,000 reward will help solve the case of a Loranger woman who has been missing for four years.  Dena “Sherry” Thomas-Fout was last seen in August 2009.  She’s 42-years-old, 5’2″, and 120 lbs.

Finally, Wednesday’s report included the search for, who could be, a suspicious person in Houma.  Police there say the man was driving on Park Avenue and stopped to speak with strangers.  Then, they say, the man approached a four-year-old boy and gave him money.  Police say the man may have been driving a maroon Corolla with a black front, passenger fender.  Maybe it’s no big deal, but police are investigating and would like to speak with the man just as a precaution.

If you can help with any of the cases reporting in this Wheel of Justice report, call Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111.