PARISH BY PARISH: Missing man in Lafourche; man found near DOW Chemical; fire destroys home; Ascension Parish coaches recognized
POSTED: Monday, February 13, 2012 - 6:40pm
UPDATED: Monday, February 13, 2012 - 7:45pm
LOUISIANA (NBC33) — LAFOURCHE PARISH - Police in Thibodaux need your help finding a missing person. 41-year-old Chad Tabor hasn't been seen for several days. Deputies think Tabor is driving a 2000 Ford F-150 with Louisiana plates. If you have any information that can help detectives, call Thibodaux police.
IBERVILLE PARISH - The body of a man is found early this morning near DOW Chemical in Plaquemine. Deputies tell NBC33 News the man, Robert Crowe, was found face down in a ditch. An autopsy is scheduled to find out just how the man died.
EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH - A home in Baker is a total loss after an early morning fire. It happened just after 3:30 this morning on Mickens Road. The road had to be shut down while firefighters worked to get the blaze under control. It took almost four hours until the fire was out, but crews kept working hot spots for most of the morning. One person lived inside, and he wasn't home when the fire started. Fire officials say they're still working to figure out where in the home and what caused the blaze.
ASCENSION PARISH - A pair of coaches are being recognized for the hundreds of career wins under their belt. East Ascension High School boys’ basketball coach Kenny Almond getting a certificate of achievement for more than 800 wins. That while St. Amant boys’ basketball coach Gary Duhe getting recognition for 700 wins. In a story we did back in November, we first introduced you to Coach Duhe. Just seven months ago, Coach Duhe was diagnosed with throat cancer. During his six weeks of treatment, he lost his hair, and he lost a lot of weight, but he never lost his will to fight.
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