Denham Springs Mayor Gerard Landry invited the public in August to go to the city police building to make person-to-person craogs. YP advertisers receive higher placement in the default ordering of search and may appear in sponsored listings on the top, side, or bottom of the search. Instead, police noticed that other police agencies were offering this service and decided to follow suit. Baton Rouge police set up hour surveillance in its northeast parking lot at Airline Highway — which is where its headquarters are — to give people a safe place to make the final transaction, McKneely said.
He said police hope to keep residents from being tricked or robbed. Police say year-old Larry Anthony Sherman posted an ad on Craigslist trying to sell used vehicles.
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Johnny Dunnam said. Save Baton Rouge police have set up a zone at its headquarters on Airline Highway where people can finalize transactions agreed upon at online sites.
Police stations across the U. The Baton Rouge Police Department parking lot has already served as an ideal location for people to complete online transactions, McKneely said, but police are hoping to publicize this option by making it official.
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Dunnam said the police will offer this service for the foreseeable future. Police say that in each incident, Sherman would meet the potential buyers, collect the money and would never baotn over the vehicle.
In Maytwo men met in Ascension Parish to sell a gun when the supposed buyer turned the weapon on the seller and demanded his money.