Here is a video of Sheriff Normand’s drunk buddy Dominick Imbornone

Drunk while driving his patrol car, former JPSO deputy Dominick Imbornone garners his first DWI and a second chance to repeat offend by his boss Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand. This 11 minute video of Imbornone’s first arrest on the causeway bridge tells the story. Given what we are finding out about drunk driving in Jefferson Parish, does anyone … Continue reading “Here is a video of Sheriff Normand’s drunk buddy Dominick Imbornone”

Please allow me to warmly welcome Sonja and Ike Spears to Slabbed.

First we heard the rumors and then Fox 8 gave us a teaser. By then, we also knew that Lee Zurich had not been sitting on his rear end during his time between on air gigs doing the news in New Orleans. It is said work is the bane of the blogging class and that … Continue reading “Please allow me to warmly welcome Sonja and Ike Spears to Slabbed.”

Slabbed again visits the topic of drunk driving as we tie a few things together. Craig Codina meet Scott Walker.

Driving under the influence has been very topical of late here on Slabbed as we’ve ended up with a series of posts that began with Jim Brown’s January 12, 2010 column on Louisiana’s dysfunctional DWI laws, continuing with our examination of why DWI enforcement in Jefferson Parish Louisiana stink as we examined the case of Craig Codina, a … Continue reading “Slabbed again visits the topic of drunk driving as we tie a few things together. Craig Codina meet Scott Walker.”

There is a Normand in the woodpile! The politics of driving drunk and Jefferson Parish law enforcement

Norma Broussard has some company (besides DA Paul Connick) in the Jefferson Parish drunk tank as Sheriff Newell Normand joins them. Michelle Hunter has the latest for the Times Picayune: A sergeant with the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office was fired after he was booked Sunday night with driving his patrol unit while intoxicated — the … Continue reading “There is a Normand in the woodpile! The politics of driving drunk and Jefferson Parish law enforcement”