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Press Release - February 2015: GPSO, Community Come Together for Breakfast Benefit Few displays of support are greater than when law enforcement and the community come together as one to help someone who is a brother to both his fellow officers and those who he strives to serve and protect. On February 6, 2015, Sheriff Steven McCain, the deputies of the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office, and community residents partook in a sausage and pancake cookout held on the GPSO grounds for Deputy Kinney Brady, who is fighting a courageous battle against Stage 3 cancer. Though wearied from his physical battle, Brady could find strength in the outpouring of love and support given to him as he walked around the grounds.  He saw Sheriff McCain and his fellow deputies working diligently on the sausage and pancakes, with community members chipping in the money that could help save his life.    “I wasn’t expecting it to happen,” Brady said.  “I’ve never been in a community where there’s such a public outreach, so it’s amazing to me.”  

Press Release - February 2015: GPSO, Community Come Together for Breakfast Benefit
Few displays of support are greater than when law enforcement and the community come together as one to help someone who is a brother to both his fellow officers and those who he strives to serve and protect. On February 6, 2015, Sheriff Steven McCain, the deputies of the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office, and community residents partook in a sausage and pancake cookout held on the GPSO grounds for Deputy Kinney Brady, who is fighting a courageous battle against Stage 3 cancer. Though wearied from his physical battle, Brady could find strength in the outpouring of love and support given to him as he walked around the grounds.  He saw Sheriff McCain and his fellow deputies working diligently on the sausage and pancakes, with community members chipping in the money that could help save his life.    “I wasn’t expecting it to happen,” Brady said.  “I’ve never been in a community where there’s such a public outreach, so it’s amazing to me.”
 

Press Release - February 2015:
On February 3, 2015, the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested a suspected drug dealer. Amanda Calk was stopped for a traffic violation.  After making contact with Calk,  deputies discovered crystal methamphetamine in her possession and also discovered that she had a number of felony arrest warrants for distribution of drugs.  Amanda Calk, 37 years old, of 1716 Birkland Drive, Pineville, was arrested for Possession of CDS II (crystal methamphetamine), Distribution of CDS II (2 counts), Distribution of CDS IV, Contributing to the Delinquency of a Juvenile, Driving Left of Center, Probation Violation, and an outstanding warrant from Alexandria Police Department. 
 

Press Release - February 2015:
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report on January 5, 2015 of a burglary of a home in the Dry Prong area where guns, welding machines, and other items were stolen.  An investigation was conducted by Detective Dale Whitstine that resulted in the arrest of two people.  On January 27, 2015 Faron Ashmore, 24 years old, of 121 Bucker Road, Georgetown, was arrested for Simple Burglary of an Inhabited Dwelling, Theft of a Firearm, and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon.  Andrea Bennett, 23 years old, of 121 Bucker Road, Georgetown, was arrested for 5 counts of Simple Burglary of an Inhabited Dwelling and 4 counts of Theft of a Firearm. 

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