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Grant Parish Sheriff's Office Updates:

 

Press Release - September 2014:
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office will host our annual Triad lunch on October 3 at the Civic Center in Colfax.  There will be a free lunch of fried fish provided.  The crowd will be entertained by Up Town Jazz, the Grant High School Choir, JROTC, and Supreme Court Justice Marcus Clark will be the guest speaker.  There will be plenty of door prizes.  “This is our opportunity to give back to the senior citizens of Grant Parish,” stated Sheriff Steven McCain.  This event is free and open to any Grant Parish citizen 60 years old or older.



Press Release - September 2014: 
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of a theft from an elderly resident of Grant Parish.  Deputies discovered that the suspect was a sitter that had been hired to sit with the elderly victim.  The investigation revealed that the suspect, Courtney Harrell, had stolen a large amount of prescription medication from the people the victim.  Courtney Harrell, 24 years old, of 104 Conley Drive, Pineville, was arrested for 2 counts of Theft of Assets of the Elderly, Possession of CDS II (Oxycodone), Possession of CDS III (Hydrocodone), and Possession of CDS IV (Xanax).

 

On September 19, 2014, the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office participated in the educational camp for Grant Parish 5th grade students that was held at Camp Grant Walker.  With the help of the LSU AgCenter, students were taught about safety and responsibility with ATV’s.  “As much time as most people that live in Grant Parish spend in the outdoors, I thought this was very important to teach the students about safe practices with ATVs,” stated Sheriff Steven McCain.

 

Press Release - September 2014:
On September 17, 2014, the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of two suspicious people walking on Walker Gravel Pit Road.  Deputies discovered a 30 year old male along with a juvenile in the area of the complaint.  The deputy saw that the 30 year old, Lee Fleming, was holding a burning candle and a small Bible.  Fleming began telling the deputy that the demons were after him.  Deputies also noticed that Fleming had a green substance all over his back; Fleming had covered himself with sage to help keep the demons away.  Deputies then located crystal methamphetamine and the two were arrested for possession of crystal methamphetamine.  The juvenile was booked into the jail and released into the custody of his parent.  Lee Fleming, 30 years old, of 1405 Hwy. 1204, Ball, was arrested for Possession of CDS II (crystal methamphetamine). 

 

Press Release - September 2014:
On September 12, 2014, the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of someone trespassing in the Colfax area.  When the deputy arrived, he located the suspect, David Spikes, Jr.,  hiding behind a tree.  After approaching Spikes, Spikes began yelling to the deputy that he would have to kill him.  Spikes became extremely combative and violently fought the deputy.  During the struggle, Spikes was able to take one of the deputies magazines of ammunition from his duty belt. David Spikes, Jr., 21 years old, of 1213 Ash Street, Colfax, was arrested for Battery of a Police Officer, Disarming of a Peace Officer, Remaining in Places After Being Forbidden, and 3 counts of Resisting an Officer with Force or Violence. 

 

Press Release - September 2014:
Adam Kertz reported to the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office that his vehicle had been stolen.   Without waiting for the investigation to be completed, Kertz armed himself with two pistols and convinced Robert Burgess to join him in forcing their way into the house of the person he suspected had taken his vehicle.  Kertz had incorrectly identified the car thief and forcibly entered the wrong house.  Once the investigation was completed, deputies discovered that Jonathan Perry that had actually stolen Kertz's vehicle.  Perry was also arrested on unrelated burglary charges.  Adam Kertz, 39 years old, of 1387 Gray’s Creek Road, Dry Prong, was arrested for Home Invasion and an outstanding warrant.  Robert Burgess, Jr., 34 year old, of 1387 Gray’s Creek Road, Dry Prong, was arrested for Unauthorized Entry of an Inhabited Dwelling.  Jonathan Perry, 33 years old, of 785 Rock Hill Road, Bentley, was arrested for Theft of a Motor Vehicle (Kertz's vehicle), Simple Burglary of an Inhabited Dwelling, Simple Burglary of a Motor Vehicle, Simple Criminal Damage to Property, and 2 counts of Criminal Trespassing.  

 

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