On January 23, 2018 the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s office was contacted by hospital staff and notified that they were currently treating a 2 month old baby boy for a femur fracture to his right leg.
Both the family member and Pellegrin stated that prior to 12:30 a.m. the baby was moving both his legs and did not appear to have any injuries. Detectives observed both the family member and Pellegrin to have inconsistent stories when trying to explain what occurred that morning.
Terry J. Pellegrin, Jr., 32 from Lake Charles was arrested the same day and booked into the Calcasieu Correctional Center and charged with 2nd degree cruelty to a juvenile. Judge David Ritchie set his bond at $500,000.
Read the full story from the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office here:
Not your typical bear hunt. No weapons are needed for this bear hunt, only eyes, and maybe a smartphone.
The Calcasieu Parish feeding program will begin again on April 1, 2020. Starting April 1, the feeding program will change to providing five breakfasts and five lunches to take home for the week.
We have seen this question asked in several local groups “Why is everyone on unemployment getting an additional $600 during the COVID-19 pandemic even if they didn’t normally make that amount while working?”