3:30 LRN Newscast Sept 30

As more people grow concerned with cases of excessive force by law enforcement, Louisiana state Police announce they’re getting troopers into a national program called ABLE, to educate officers on intervening with and deterring excessive force by fellow officers. LSP Trooper Bryan Lee says they want LSP officers to stop actions that can harm individuals and the community…:

CUT 14  (12)        “…well ness issues.”

All troopers will undergo 8 hours of Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement over the next few months.

A Lafayette man pleads guilty to federal kidnapping charges, for abducting a man he arranged to meet via the dating app GRINDR. 21-year-old Chance Seneca admitted to using the app to meet and kidnap the man with the intent to kill. He still faces a state trial for attempted murder.


Once again, the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is asking hunters to submit deer samples for testing for Chronic Wasting Disease. Don Molino has more…:

CUT 01(33)      “…Molino.”

Rapides Parish deputies arrest a teen for allegedly making threats on social media against fellow students at Rapides Parish High school. No weapons or suspicious packages were found when officers took the boy into custody this morning. RPSO says they are still investigating the matter.