This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. If the search box is missing, please refresh your web browser by hitting F5. The database search might not work on all mobile apps or web browsers. The Times obtained July 2019 food safety inspection information from the Louisiana Department of Health. The Top 14 addresses with the most critical violations are listed, along with an explanation of the finding. A searchable database with all the inspection data available for the month is at the top of this story. All restaurants in the Top 14 had at least six critical violations. According to the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, uncorrected critical violations are more likely to contribute to food contamination or illness. Non-critical violations are not directly related to food borne illness but could become critical if uncorrected. In total, there were about 2,031 violations in two parishes, and approximately 32% of those were critical. More than 1,092 were corrected on site, during the inspection. Restaurant inspections reveal serious violations that pose risks of foodborne illnesses. ...