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Sheriff Steven McCain
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Grant Parish Sheriff's Office Updates
Press Release - December 2013
Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office makes arrest on someone attempting to hide contraband at the jail
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested Chasity Larue, 24 years old, of 736 Lemoine Cutoff Road Colfax, on December 3, 2013 after it was discovered that she had hidden drugs in the public restroom of the Grant Parish Detention Center. She was arrested for Possession with the Intent to Distribute CDS II (Dilaudid), Distribution of CDS I (marijuana), and Taking Contraband into a Penal Institution. Bond was set at $75,000.
Press Release - November 2013: Motorcycle Clubs Donate to the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Toy Drive
The Circuit Rider’s Motorcycle Ministires, The Band Motorcycle Club, and the Grayson, La. Police Department made their way to Colfax to donate toys for the Grant Parish Sheriff’s “Toys for Kids” program. “The help that we received from these three organizations was tremendous. Last year we were able to help 155 children have a brighter Christmas and because of organizations like these we are on track to help that many and more this year”, stated Sheriff Steven McCain. If anyone would like to help with a donation please contact Lourain LaCour at 627-3261.
Press Release - November 2013:
INMATES AT GRANT PARISH DETENTION FACILITY SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE GED PROGRAM
Three inmates at the Grant Parish Detention Facility recently graduated from the GED Program. Inmates Joseph Constantino III, Jason M. Gauthier and Harley D. Fourd completed the program taught at the detention facility and received their diplomas. "We encourage every eligible inmate to participate and attempt to better themselves and one sure way is through education. So often we only hear bad news coming out of the prison environment, so when we get an opportunity to inform the citizens of something positive, we want to make them aware", stated Sheriff Steven McCain.
Press Release - November 2013: Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Arrest
A traffic stop by the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office led to the discovery of drugs. Tracy Curry, 51 years old, of 5628 Pinekraft Drive Pineville, was arrested for Possession of CDS I (marijuana) and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia after she admitted to having marijuana on her person and also hidden in the back of a seat in the vehicle.
Press Release - November 2013: A Report of a Disturbance Leads to Drug Arrest
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of a disturbance on Hyde’s Landing Road and, upon arrival, noticed a lady trying to hide an object near an air conditioning unit. Brenda K. Collins, 49 years old, of 361 Hyde’s Landing Road Dry Prong, was arrested for Possession of CDS II (crystal methamphetamine), Possession of CDS III (Hydrocodone), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Obstruction of Justice. Collins admitted to hiding the drugs because she did not want deputies to find it inside of the home.