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Press Release - October 2014:
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office and the Grant Parish District Attorney’s Office are having a pancake and sausage breakfast fundraiser to benefit the Toys for Kids program.  The breakfast will be on October 31 at the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office from 6:30 a.m.-8:30 a.m. and the plates will be $5 each.  “We were able to help over 250 children in Grant Parish last year at Christmas and would like to help even more this year,” stated Sheriff Steven McCain. The program has been a huge success, in addition to toys and other gifts, last year the Sheriff’s Office partnered with Run Wild shoe store and provided almost 100 Grant Parish children with a new pair of shoes at Christmas.   

 

Press Release - October 2014:
Christian Motorcycle Groups Join with Grant Parish Sheriff for Children’s Benefit

The West Monroe Chapter of the Christian Motorcyclist Association and several chapters of the Circuit Riders Motorcycle Ministry gathered inside the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office on October 25, 2014, to deliver toys and monetary donations meant for the children of Grant Parish who are in need.
The gathering was the latest part of Grant Parish Sheriff Steven McCain’s Christmas project created to help Grant Parish children.  Sheriff McCain was very grateful to both groups for all the work they had done and informed them that their efforts had helped so many Grant Parish children and also made it possible for 75 children to have brand new pairs of shoes last Christmas.
Afterwards, all the groups gathered outside, where they took pictures, fellowshipped and prayed with one another.  Circuit Riders president Lee Bratton, of the Steel Horse Ministries chapter in Olla, put honorary Circuit Riders patches on CMA riders, who he called his “brothers and sisters” in ministry.
“If they are faithful in the little things, God will add greater things to them,” said Bratton.
 Bratton was also grateful to Sheriff McCain and the Sheriff’s Office for going “above and beyond the call of duty” in helping the different motorcycle groups to be both safe and better organized in their efforts to help needy children.  The Circuit Riders president said he and his fellow riders would continue their ministry work in the future.
 “As long as I’m above this ground right here, I’m going to keep on—I’m not quitting,” Bratton said.

 

 

Press Release - October 2014:
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested an Alexandria woman on October 22, 2014 for trying to smuggle narcotics and other contraband into the Grant Parish Detention Center.  Jocelena Henry, 24 years old, of 1804 Ulster Drive, Alexandria, was arrested for Distribution of Synthetic Marijuana, Possession of Synthetic Marijuana, and Introducing Contraband Into a Penal Institution.  An alert deputy noticed that a pair of slippers looked suspicious that Henry was dropping off for a prisoner.  It was discovered that the soles of the slippers had been cut open, stuffed with narcotics and tobacco, and glued back together. 

 

Press Release - October 2014: Undercover Operation Leads to Arrest
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested Colan Tyler for distribution of counterfeit drugs after an undercover deputy bought what was supposed to be methamphetamine in an arranged deal.  Colan Tyler, 20 years old, of 507 Foulk Street, Colfax, was arrested on October 21, 2014 for Distribution of Counterfeit CDS II and Obstruction of Justice.

 

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