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Press Release - April 2015:
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received information from the Georgetown Police Department that a wanted fugitive from Winn Parish was being hidden at a home in the Georgetown community.  When deputies arrived, they discovered that the fugitive, Kenneth Branton, had indeed been staying at the house and that the homeowner, Spencer Jones, had taken him from his house to Jackson Parish.  Jones and his wife, Amber Jones, both knew that Branton was wanted by the Winn Parish Sheriff’s Office.  During the search of the house, a sawed-off shotgun was located.  Spencer Jones, 35 years old, of 1075 Hwy. 472, Georgetown, was arrested for Accessory after the Fact and Possession of an Illegal Weapon.   Amber Jones, 35 years old, of 1075 Hwy. 472, Georgetown, was arrested for Accessory After the Fact and Possession of an Illegal Weapon. 
 

Press Release - April 2015:
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a number of reports regarding someone walking on Rockhill Road knocking on people’s doors asking for money.  When the deputy arrived in the area, he located Dustin Thompson walking on Rockhill Road.  Thompson said that his truck had run out of gas and he was hoping that someone would give him money to buy gas with.  The deputy discovered that Thompson was in possession of narcotics and had an outstanding warrant for his arrest from Rapides Parish.  Dustin Thompson, 36 years old, of 4182 Hwy. 1, Marksville, was arrested for Possession of CDS III, Criminal Trespassing, Driving Under Suspension, and the outstanding warrant from Rapides Parish.  
 

Press Release - April 2015: Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office Makes Arrest in Stolen Power Line Case
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report from a utility company that a large amount of their copper power lines had been stolen in a number of places in Grant Parish.  The investigation revealed that 18,200 feet of the power lines had been stolen at a cost of $29,120.  After a thorough investigation, Michael B. Stroud, 29 years old, of 571 J.D. Camp Road, Atlanta, La., was arrested for 8 counts of Theft of Copper, 8 counts of Criminal Trespassing, and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. 
 

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