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Sheriff Steven McCain
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Grant Parish Sheriff's Office Updates:


Press Release - July 2014:
Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of a female standing in the middle of Parsonage Road holding a knife and throwing rocks at cars as they passed on July 17, 2014.  When a deputy arrived, she dropped the knife and began yelling at the deputy stating that people owed her money.  When the deputy approached, her she swung at the deputy and began running away from him.  After a brief foot pursuit, she became physically violent by fighting the deputy.  Connie Pennington, 50 years old, of 787 Parsonage Road, Colfax, was arrested for Battery of a Police Officer, 2 counts of Resisting an Officer, and Disturbing the Peace. 


Press Release - July 2014:
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a disturbance on July 15, 2014.  During the investigation, it was determined that a 10 year old child had been punched in the stomach by an 18 year old who then pulled a knife on the child and told him that he would cut his throat.  Joseph Ducote, Jr., 18 years old, of 269 Lone Pine Road, Bentley, was arrested for Cruelty to a Juvenile and Aggravated Assault. 


Press Release - July 2014:
On July 9, 2014, the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of a burglary at a church in the Hudson Creek community.  When deputies arrived, they discovered that entry into the church had been made through a window.  The suspects had eaten food that was in the freezer and refrigerator,  knocked holes in the walls of the church, and spread feces on the walls of the church.  They had also painted obscenities and graffiti on the road in front of the church and on neighboring property. 
After a thorough investigation, deputies determined that a 17 year old female and three juveniles were responsible.  Alexandra Goodman, 17 years old, of 451 Hudson Creek Road, Colfax, was arrested for Simple Burglary of a Religious Building, 2 counts of Simple Criminal Damage to Property, and 2 counts of Criminal Damage to Property by Defacing with Graffiti.   The three juveniles were also charged with the crimes.


Press Release - July 2014: Grant Parish Sheriff Warns of a Scam
In recent weeks, a number of Grant Parish residents have received telephone calls from callers identifying themselves as working for credit card companies or for debt relief agencies.  The number that may appear on your called ID system may show a local phone number and even a local person’s name to make it appear like the caller is on official business.   Oftentimes, these callers are calling to solicit personal and confidential information in order to steal the victim's identity.   Sheriff McCain warns people to be very careful when giving out any personal information over the telephone. 


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