As a freshman last season, Greg Williams, Jr. showed why he was one of the best players in the state on the basketball court - a main cog in the Knight Train that steamrolled its way to the Class 1A state championship game. As he begins he sophomore season, Greg is now showing why he is one of the best dunkers in the nation as well.
In a story that KPEL News has been following since it broke nearly a month ago, 59-year-old Elaine Crump of Lafayette, formerly a case manager with the Acadiana Outreach Center, has pled guilty for her role in the bribery scheme - knowingly allowing her signature to be forged on fraudulent community service certificates while employed as a case manager, and taking bribes for it.
Lafayette Assistant District Attorney Greg Williams of Lafayette and his secretary Denease Curry, have pled guilty for their involvement in the bribery scheme. Williams has pled guilty to a one-count Bill of Information charging him with Conspiracy to commit Bribery; Curry has pled guilty to a separate one-count Bill of Information charging her with Misprision of a Felony, which basically means failure to report the bribery scheme.