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Grant Parish Sheriff's Office Updates:


Press Release - April 2014:
The Grant Parish Sheriff's Office received a report of a shooting on April 19 on Eleanor Street in Colfax. When deputies arrived at the scene, they discovered that Loretta Williams, 70 years old, of Colfax had been fatally shot. A suspect has been identified and arrested. His name is Alex Hall, 26 years old, of 484 Bagdad Loop Colfax. Hall was booked on charges of Second Degree Murder, Illegal Use of Weapons, Aggravated Assault and Obstruction of Justice. His bond has been set at $510,000.00. The investigation is ongoing by detectives with the Grant Parish Sheriff's Office.

 

Press Release - April 2014: Investigation of Burglary Leads to Arrest The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office has been investigating multiple theft and burglary reports.  After a very thorough investigation by Detective Dale Whitstine, a suspect was identified and a search warrant was secured for the suspect's home. A search of the home revealed a large number of items that were stolen from Grant and Rapides Parishes.  Christopher Griffis, 45 years old, of 1631 Willett St. Pollock, was arrested for Illegal Possession of Stolen Things (felony grade) a fugitive warrant from Woodworth, La.  The investigation is continuing and more charges are pending.   

Press Release - April 2014: Investigation of Burglary Leads to Arrest
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office has been investigating multiple theft and burglary reports.  After a very thorough investigation by Detective Dale Whitstine, a suspect was identified and a search warrant was secured for the suspect's home. A search of the home revealed a large number of items that were stolen from Grant and Rapides Parishes.  Christopher Griffis, 45 years old, of 1631 Willett St. Pollock, was arrested for Illegal Possession of Stolen Things (felony grade) a fugitive warrant from Woodworth, La.  The investigation is continuing and more charges are pending. 

 

Press Release - April 2014: Woman Caught Hiding Drugs Near Jail
An observant Grant Parish Sheriff's Deputy noticed someone appearing to place something in a hole of a tree on property near the Grant Parish Detention Center.  The individual quickly fled the scene.  After investigation, the deputy discovered that marijuana had been placed into the hole of the tree.  The individual was identified as Andrea Hagan, 23 years old, of 335 Eleanor Street Colfax.  An arrest warrant was obtained. Hagan was located and after an altercation and chase ensued, she arrested on charges of Attempting to Take Contraband Into a Penal Institution, Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana, Simple Escape While Detained, and two counts of Resisting an Officer.

 

Press Release - April 2014: Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Arrest
A traffic stop led Grant Parish deputies to the arrest of a Pineville woman for drug charges.  Amanda Calk, 36 years old, of 1716 Birkland Road Pineville, was arrested by the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office for Possession of Crack Cocaine, Possession of Morphine, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. 

 

Press Release - April 2014: Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office Receives New Equipment Loewer Power Sports has loaned the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office two new Yamaha Viking side-by-sides.  Sheriff Steven McCain met with Scott Courville of Loewer Power Sports to receive the new equipment.  “This will be a huge asset for us and will give us another tool to serve the people of Grant Parish.  We are very grateful for the help that Loewer Power Sports has given us,” stated Sheriff McCain.  

Press Release - April 2014: Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office Receives New Equipment
Loewer Power Sports has loaned the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office two new Yamaha Viking side-by-sides.  Sheriff Steven McCain met with Scott Courville of Loewer Power Sports to receive the new equipment.  “This will be a huge asset for us and will give us another tool to serve the people of Grant Parish.  We are very grateful for the help that Loewer Power Sports has given us,” stated Sheriff McCain.