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Grant Parish Sheriff's Office Updates:


Press Release - July 2014: 3 Men Arrested for Drugs in Presence of Children 
On July 25, 2014, the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested three men for drugs and other charges after discovering that they had crystal methamphetamine in a house in the Verda community.  8 children were present in the home at the time the drugs were discovered.   
Ryan Erik Johnson, 41 years old, of 1141 Hwy. 1240, Montgomery, was arrested for Possession of CDS II (crystal methamphetamine), 8 counts of Illegal Use of CDS in the Presence of Minors, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.  Larry Heath Dubois, 29 years old, of 172 L. Dubois Road, Colfax, was arrested for Possession of CDS II (crystal methamphetamine), 8 counts of Illegal Use of CDS in the Presence of Minors, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.  Franklin Davis, Jr., 32 years old, of 550 Campground Road, Montgomery, was arrested for Possession of CDS II (crystal methamphetamine), 8 counts of Illegal Use of CDS in the Presence of Minors, and outstanding warrants for Armed Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault, and Intimidating Witnesses. 

 

Press Release - July 2014: Undercover Investigation Leads to Arrest of Drug Dealer
On July 25, 2014, the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office concluded an undercover investigation into drug sales in the Montgomery area with the arrest of a drug dealer.  Bobby County, Jr., 22 years old, of 1650 Hwy. 34 Apt. 3, Montgomery, was arrested for Distribution of CDS II (crystal methamphetamine), Possession of CDS II (crystal methamphetamine), Possession of CDS I (marijuana), and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

 

Press Release - July 2014: Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Arrests
On July 23, 2014, the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested two females on drug charges after a traffic stop north of Pollock.  Mindy Campbell, 30 years old, of 315 Robertson Road, Ball, was arrested for Possession of CDS II (crystal methamphetamine), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Driving Under Suspension, Switched License Plates, No Insurance, and an outstanding warrant from Rapides Parish.  Michelle Nugent, 31 years old, of 5114 BenJamie St., Alexandria, was arrested for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and an outstanding warrant from Alexandria Police Department.

 

Press Release - July 2014: Search Warrant Leads to Two Arrests
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office conducted a search warrant on July 23, 2014 on Charlie Coleman Road north of Pollock which resulted in the arrest of two people.  Justin Coleman, 25 years old, of 160 Charlie Coleman Road, Pollock, was arrested for Possession of CDS II (crystal methamphetamine), Possession of a Legend Drug, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Parole Violation.  Nicole Collins, 30 years old, of 119 Golden Lane, Pollock, was arrested for two outstanding warrants for Theft of a Firearm, Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle, and Probation Violation. 

 

Grant Parish Deputy’s Moving Story Highlights State D.A.R.E. Conference D.A.R.E. officers from around the State of Louisiana attended the 23rd annual State D.A.R.E. Conference, which was held at Pineville’s Country Inn and Suites on July 23, 2014.  The event was hosted by several agencies including the Grant Parish’s Sheriff’s Office. The event featured several interesting happenings, one in particular was an incredible story told by Grant Parish Deputy Micah Murrell, who also serves as the D.A.R.E. chaplain for the entire state of Louisiana.  Murrell, who recently attended the annual National Association of School Resource Officers Conference, recounted to attendees how he had the opportunity to meet and talk with Virginia Tech student Kristina Anderson, a survivor of the Virginia Tech school shootings who was shot 3 times.  Anderson was a speaker at the NASRO conference. Sheriff Steven McCain said, “I am glad to participate in such a valuable program.  It is worth all of our time and energy to try to guide our children down the right path.”

Grant Parish Deputy’s Moving Story Highlights State D.A.R.E. Conference

D.A.R.E. officers from around the State of Louisiana attended the 23rd annual State D.A.R.E. Conference, which was held at Pineville’s Country Inn and Suites on July 23, 2014.  The event was hosted by several agencies including the Grant Parish’s Sheriff’s Office.

The event featured several interesting happenings, one in particular was an incredible story told by Grant Parish Deputy Micah Murrell, who also serves as the D.A.R.E. chaplain for the entire state of Louisiana.  Murrell, who recently attended the annual National Association of School Resource Officers Conference, recounted to attendees how he had the opportunity to meet and talk with Virginia Tech student Kristina Anderson, a survivor of the Virginia Tech school shootings who was shot 3 times.  Anderson was a speaker at the NASRO conference.

Sheriff Steven McCain said, “I am glad to participate in such a valuable program.  It is worth all of our time and energy to try to guide our children down the right path.”