Natchitoches Parish deputy killed in ...

Natchitoches Parish deputy killed in car crash

There are 6 comments on the The Town Talk story from Dec 9, 2012, titled Natchitoches Parish deputy killed in car crash. In it, The Town Talk reports that:

NATCHITOCHES -- Louisiana State Police troopers are investigating a single vehicle crash that claimed the life of Ricky Issac Jr., a Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's deputy and a senior football player at Northwestern State University.

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Tastey lemonss

Pineville, LA

#1 Dec 9, 2012
That's so sad his family is in my prayers
sad

Natchitoches, LA

#2 Dec 9, 2012
That is so sad. My prayers goes out to his family
DeweyDecimal

Natchitoches, LA

#3 Dec 10, 2012
This is what happens when law enforcement officers drive to fast for the weather.
Prayers for his family but when he drove to fast that made him a criminal.
Watch the Sheriff's office as well as the State Police cover up the facts.
Quigley

Shreveport, LA

#4 Dec 11, 2012
Officers responding to life threatening calls,put their and other drivers life in danger. That's why they have the lights and siren on the vehicle. I do not know if this Deputy was speeding,but if that was the case,then the equiptment,mentioned above,should have been used. While we all say these thing,the fact remains,a young man has died and his family mourns. That said,I hope that if someone out there in law enforcement sees this,you ynderstand that IF you are not responding to and official 'emergency',then you are just like the rest of the public and should obey the same speed laws the rest of us do. You are not above the law,you are there to enforce them and present an example.
Donut Believe You

Natchitoches, LA

#5 Dec 11, 2012
Quigley wrote:
Officers responding to life threatening calls,put their and other drivers life in danger. That's why they have the lights and siren on the vehicle. I do not know if this Deputy was speeding,but if that was the case,then the equiptment,mentioned above,should have been used. While we all say these thing,the fact remains,a young man has died and his family mourns. That said,I hope that if someone out there in law enforcement sees this,you ynderstand that IF you are not responding to and official 'emergency',then you are just like the rest of the public and should obey the same speed laws the rest of us do. You are not above the law,you are there to enforce them and present an example.
Well don't reckon that these substandard roads in Natchitoches Parish would have anything to do with it. When it rains a lot of roads hold water in lanes like two little rivers. A driver can lose control at less than 50 mph. Its just like you said you don't know. Lets just take another cheap shot at the Police without having known the circumstances. Glad there is so many know-it-alls around.
Quigley

Shreveport, LA

#6 Dec 12, 2012
You just made another good point to add. Bad roads. No,I don't know it all,but I know what I posted is true. I don't know if the man was speeding or not,but others that drive the NPSO vehicles damn sure speed,and without lights,etc.

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