Man using assumed name convicted in cocaine case

GRETNA, La. (AP) — His true name remains a mystery, but whoever he is, he stands convicted in suburban New Orleans of possessing roughly $600,000 worth of cocaine.

The Jefferson Parish District Attorney’s Office says a jury convicted the man Tuesday night.

District Attorney Paul Connick’s news release says the suspect has been using the name of a man who has been jailed in Puerto Rico since 2014. He refuses to provide his real identity.

The man was arrested in June of last year after...

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