Nothing quite defines the "Chocolate City" as well as this story.[Man seeking help after Algiers robbery is robbed again, and then shot, NOLA.com, 9-3-15]:
A 21-year-old man who tried to seek help after being robbed last month in Algiers was robbed a second time and then shot, New Orleans police said. Authorities are now searching for a 52-year-old man who they believe could have "critical information" that helps police catch those responsible.
Police identified Albert Lamartz as a "person of interest" in the July 20 armed robberies and shooting, which took place in the 5600 block of Tullis Drive. Police said Lamartz is not a suspect in the case.
Around 9 p.m. that July 20, the 21-year-old was inside his car and speaking with another man, whom police said robbed the 21-year-old of his cash.
The victim jumped out of his car and tried to tell bystanders in the area that he had just been robbed. But instead of helping him, police said a gunmen robbed him and then shot him.
The 21-year-old was taken in stable condition to an area hospital.Without a black population, would New Orleans need 1/10th the size of its current police force?