Advocate staff photo by Danny Monteverde -- Paramedics treat a man injured during a shooting Friday afternoon in the 100 block of South Rampart Street.

Two wounded during shooting on CBD street

Two men were shot about 4 p.m. Friday near a busy Central Business District corner.

The men, ages 23 and 29, were shot in the 100 block of South Rampart Street, said Capt. Jeff Walls, commander of the New Orleans Police Department’s 8th District. The shooting occurred after an argument, Walls said.

One of the victims was shot in the leg and the other was believed to have been shot in the head, Walls said, but neither man’s injuries were believed to be serious.

Two suspects were in custody, Walls said, but he did not identify them immediately.

Women grope man, rob him at knife point

Two women groped a man on a French Quarter street early Friday then robbed him at knife point, New Orleans police said.

The unknown women walked up to the 25-year-old man about 4 a.m. in the 800 block of Iberville Street and began to touch him, according to a daily police log. One of the women pulled out the victim’s wallet, at which point a fight began.

One of the women cut the victim with a knife before they ran away.

Police did not provide a description of the women or information on the victim’s condition.

Man pleads guilty to fishing violations

A Marrero man pleaded guilty Thursday to several commercial fishing violations committed in Plaquemines Parish, the state Department of Wildlife and Fisheries said.

Joseph Morris III, 30, pleaded guilty to:

Selling fish without a fresh-products license

Failing to maintain records

Taking commercial fish without a vessel license

Selling game fish illegally

Selling spotted sea trout without a permit

Selling spotted sea trout without a rod-and-reel license

Taking or selling undersized spotted sea trout

Possessing commercial red drum illegally

Failing to comply with charter-boat regulations.

Morris was ordered to pay a $2,250 fine plus court costs, serve 120 days in prison (though that was suspended) and have all his commercial and recreational fishing privileges seized and revoked for two years.