Lee Dragna, chairman of St. Mary Parish Consolidated Gravity Drainage District 2, speaks during the Morgan City Council meeting Tuesday. Dragna asked city officials to implement a solution to drainage problems in Lakeside Subdivision that the drainage district legally cannot do. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

Drainage district officials have come up with a permanent solution to fix problems in Morgan City’s Lakeside Subdivision, but the board chairman says the district isn’t authorized to do the work required.
Chitimacha Police Chief Hal Hutchinson reported the following arrests: Kevin Daigle II, 29, of Arnaudville, was arrested Wednesday and charged with theft and released on a summons.
Former St. Mary Parish Sheriff David Naquin was on hand at the weekly meeting of the Franklin Rotary Club Tuesday to deliver an informative presentation as well as a message for the audience…if criminals leave behind fingerprints, law enforcement has a distinct advantage in identifying them and bringing them to justice.

Lee Dragna, chairman of St. Mary Parish Consolidated Gravity Drainage District 2, speaks during the Morgan City Council meeting Tuesday. Dragna asked city officials to implement a solution to drainage problems in Lakeside Subdivision that the drainage district legally cannot do. (The Daily Review/Zachary Fitzgerald)

Police Reports 10-20-15

The Franklin Police Department reported the following arrests:
Eulalia McCoy, 20, of Vista Village, Morgan City, was arrested on Friday at 10:31 a.m. on warrants charging her with exploitation of the infirmed, identity theft and theft of the assets of an aged or disabled person. Bond was set at $500.

Mobile screenings go where the need is

The Mary Bird Perkins Early Bird staff uses Woman’s Hospital’s mammogram truck Saturday for breast cancer screenings at Walmart in Bayou Vista.

The Daily Review/Shea Drake

Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center Early Bird staff members conducted free cancer screenings Saturday in their medical mobile truck at Walmart in Bayou Vista.
The staff works in conjunction with Woman’s Hospital, using its mammogram truck.

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