The Times-Picayune reports 237 people have been arrested in New Orleans on looting charges, and another 230 have been booked with other crimes.
Meanwhile, USA Today reports Police are investigating 12 officers for misconduct associated with the looting and lawlessness that ravaged New Orleans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina:
Acting Police Superintendent Warren Riley said four officers have been suspended, including two who were videotaped standing by as looters took items from an unnamed business. Another officer was reassigned for unspecified reasons, Riley said.
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The department will also investigate 249 officers who did not report for duty after the storm, Riley said. But he said he expects that most will not be sanctioned because they were with family members or were prevented from entering the city.
It's a good start.