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CPD Investigating Shooting, Red Beans Cook-Off Roundup

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The Covington Police Department is actively investigating a shooting that occurred Tuesday night around 11:30 p.m. Resulting in a 24-year-old male shot near the intersection of N. Filmore Street and Schultz Alley. The victim is in stable condition.
With the help of the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office Crime Lab, CPD was able to process and collect evidence located on the scene.
If you have any information in regard to this shooting, we urge you to contact the Covington Police Department at 985-892-8500. You may also contact Crimestoppers at 504-822-1111 where you can remain anonymous and earn a cash reward.

CPD Receives “Best of Badge” at Red Beans Cook Off

The Covington Police Department participated in the 10th Annual West St. Tammany Red Bean N Rice Cook Off by United Way. They competed against Mandeville Police Department and Covington Fire Department.

Sergeant Dugas displays the “Best of Badge” that the Covington Police Department team received at the 2019 Red Beans Cook Off to benefit United Way.

The event was a great success, and CPD is happy to announce that they took home “Best of the Badge” award. Congratulations, CPD and all participants!
The Covington Police Department is open 24/7, 7 days a week. Emergencies: 911 Assistance: 985-892-8500

Kidney Bean Facts

Kidney beans- a good source of plant-based protein, rich in healthy fibers which moderate blood sugar levels and promote colon health.
They are a good source of several vitamins and minerals, such as molybdenum, folate, iron, copper, manganese, potassium and vitamin K1. – Atli Arnarson, PhD