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Grant Parish Sheriff's Office Updates:

Press Release - December 2014: Grant Parish Assessor, Walker Wright, is shown presenting Sheriff Steven McCain with a donation for the Sheriff’s Toys for Kids program.  “We are very thankful for Mr. Wright’s generous contribution to the Toys for Kids program.  It makes a huge difference when everyone works together to make things better for our community,” stated Sheriff Steven McCain.     

Press Release - December 2014:
Grant Parish Assessor, Walker Wright, is shown presenting Sheriff Steven McCain with a donation for the Sheriff’s Toys for Kids program.  “We are very thankful for Mr. Wright’s generous contribution to the Toys for Kids program.  It makes a huge difference when everyone works together to make things better for our community,” stated Sheriff Steven McCain. 
 

 

Press Release - December 2014: Lynn Kemp, the manager of The Grand Theatre 16, presented Sheriff Steven McCain with a check in the amount of $1,000 to benefit the Toys for Kids program.  The money was raised after raffle tickets were sold for free movie passes, meals donated by Tunk’s, Copeland’s, Outlaws, Texas Roadhouse, Outback, and Johnny Carino’s and the printing was donated by Quick Print.  “We are extremely grateful for the generosity that was shown to help the children of Grant Parish,” stated Sheriff Steven McCain.      

Press Release - December 2014:
Lynn Kemp, the manager of The Grand Theatre 16, presented Sheriff Steven McCain with a check in the amount of $1,000 to benefit the Toys for Kids program.  The money was raised after raffle tickets were sold for free movie passes, meals donated by Tunk’s, Copeland’s, Outlaws, Texas Roadhouse, Outback, and Johnny Carino’s and the printing was donated by Quick Print.  “We are extremely grateful for the generosity that was shown to help the children of Grant Parish,” stated Sheriff Steven McCain.    
 

Press Release - December 2014:
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of a vehicle in a ditch in Georgetown on December 6, 2014.  When the deputy arrived, he discovered the driver and passenger passed out.  The passenger was sitting on the ground beside the vehicle.  Marijuana, Hydrocodone, and Clonazapam were also located.  James Thacker, 32 years old, of 1795 Hwy. 503, Olla, was arrested for Possession of Marijuana (2nd offense), Possession of CDS Schedule III, Possession of CDS Schedule IV, and Possession of Paraphernalia. 

Press Release - December 2014:
There have been many questions and concerns surrounding the death of Mrs. Bobbie Cheveallier after an incident in her yard with some dogs. We are investigating all avenues related to this incident, including the possibility that Mrs. Cheveallier was unconscious or incapacitated prior to the encounter with the dogs. We do not have any other reports before or since this incident that anyone in that area has been bitten or attacked by dogs. We have seized 15 dogs. Our investigation has now led us to believe that some of these dogs were involved.  We have identified the owners of all of the seized dogs but one. We are continuing to patrol the area and we still have traps in the area.  This investigation is ongoing.

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