Trail of Katrina Looters Leads to Mississippi The sheriff of a ruined Louisiana parish says authorities caught some of the looters from after Hurricane Katrina. Authorities spotted two men pretending to be FEMA contract workers. One was towing a stolen all-terrain vehicle. The St. Bernard parish sheriff says more investigation led police to a trailer park in Mississippi. That's where they recovered $100,000 worth of stolen property, including welding equipment, jet skis and a gun.

Trail of Katrina Looters Leads to Mississippi

Trail of Katrina Looters Leads to Mississippi

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The sheriff of a ruined Louisiana parish says authorities caught some of the looters from after Hurricane Katrina. Authorities spotted two men pretending to be FEMA contract workers. One was towing a stolen all-terrain vehicle. The St. Bernard parish sheriff says more investigation led police to a trailer park in Mississippi. That's where they recovered $100,000 worth of stolen property, including welding equipment, jet skis and a gun.