PARISH BY PARISH: New man takes over La National Guard; father returns from Afghanistan; man charged with incest, molestation

Parish by Parish
Thursday, November 3, 2011 - 5:33pm

EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH - Governor Bobby Jindal accepting a change at the top of the Louisiana National Guard. Adjutant General Major General Bennett Landreneau retiring after nearly 14 years as head of the Louisiana National Guard. He's spent four decades serving Louisiana and the nation. Now, Brigadier General Glenn Curtis will lead the Louisiana National Guard. He's been the top advisor to Landreneau for the past four years.

LIVINGSTON PARISH - A hero comes home from Afghanistan and surprises his kids at school! Major Neil Everingham hasn't seen in family for an extended period of time since June, but today, during an assembly in front of the whole school, Everingham walked in, surprising his two young kids. The family, and the Major says they're glad to be back together. They plan to spend a long awaited, well deserved weekend together, watching LSU and getting re-acquainted.

ACADIA PARISH: The Parish Sheriff says John Allen Hebert was charged with two counts of Aggravated Incest and Molestation of a Juvenile. We're told it comes after an investigation filed earlier this month. Tonight, Hebert's in jail on $800-thousand bond.

Parish by Parish airs every weekday on NBC33 News at 6:30 p.m.

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