Crime is a problem in New Orleans. Vigilante justice, Batman-style is never advisable, but it seems to have worked well for this guy.

New Orleans resident Eric Hernandez is the Batman in this story. The Louisiana native, came home to find and oddly dressed man in his house rummaging through his things. Hernandez, instead of fleeing the home and calling the police, sprung in to action. Knowing that police response time in NOLA is slow for several reasons, Hernandez was able to detain the would-be thief with what appears to be electrical chords and duct tape.

FB: Eric Hernandez
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Once he was able to tie-up the burglar and drag him outside, Hernandez saw the comedy in the situation, and took to social media. In a Facebook post, Hernandez posted pictures and video of the hogtied perp shamefully wallowing in the dirt and eventually being taken away by police.

In the post, Hernandez wrote:

"Nothing like walking in on a burglar and having to tie him up until NOPD hauls him off. I was actually impressed the wait time was only about 90 minutes."

According to the post, the man was squirming around in Hernandez's yard for an hour-and-a-half while waiting on NOPD to arrive. The man was taken away by the police and charged.

Caddo Correctional Bookings for 3/25/22-3/27/22

The following mugshots are those who were jailed in Caddo Correctional Center through the dates of 3/25 through 3/27. Some of the inmates have already been released from CCC, and some have not yet been to trial, and are considered innocent until proven guilty.

Caddo Correctional Bookings for 3/18/22-3/20/22

The following mugshots are people who were booked in to Caddo Correctional Center over the weekend of 3/18/22 through 3/20/22. Some of these inmates may have already been released. Some of them have not yet been to trial, and are considered innocent until proven guilty.

Caddo Correctional Bookings for 3/11/22-3/13/22

The following mugshots are from people who were booked to Caddo Correctional Center on the dates of 3/11/22 through 3/13/22. Some of these inmates may have already been released. Some of these inmates have not yet stood trial for their alleged crimes and are considered innocent until proven guilty.