11:30 Newscast, April 4th, 2016

A man and a woman were fatally shot in their Kenner home early this morning. Three children were also in the home, but they were not hurt. Lt. Brian McGregor with the Kenner Police Department says the discovery was made after one of the children went to a neighbor’s house…:
CUT 3 (07) “were notified”
He says a 10 year old boy, two year old and infant were inside the house, but were unharmed. The incident is being treated as a double homicide.

A man was shot by an off-duty State Police detective after allegedly breaking into his unmarked police unit early Sunday in Ascension Parish. Sheriff Jeff Wiley says a neighbor alerted the cop around 430am that his police unit was being burglarized, so he armed himself, went outside and caught the man in the act…:
CUT 8 (06) “prepared to use it”
He says the off-duty detective shot the alleged thief as the suspect reached for a gun. The burglar survived and will be arrested when he’s released from the hospital.

Police have arrested a 12-year-old and 13-year-old in connection with the armed robbery of a pizza delivery driver in Houma. Authorities are also looking for a third suspect, 17-year-old Leroy Miles. Captain Dawn Foret with the Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office says the three adolescents robbed the delivery driver in the apartment complex where they live…:
CUT 6 (08) “rob him”
Foret says the two juveniles have been arrested for armed robbery, and Miles is wanted for theft of a motor vehicle and armed robbery.

Convicted Bourbon Street shooter Trung Le was sentenced to 60 years in prison.
Le got 40 years for manslaughter and 20 years for attempted manslaughter. The judge said he didn’t think Le was a hit man but that he was someone who displayed a reckless disregard for public safety.

Governor John Bel Edwards has told state Democratic Party leaders to get behind Public Service Commissioner Foster Campbell in the US Senate race.