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Sheriff Steven McCain
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Grant Parish Sheriff's Office Updates:
Press Release - October 2014: Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office Concludes Undercover Investigation with Arrest of Drug Dealer
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office concluded a lengthy undercover investigation on October 15, 2014 with the arrest of a drug dealer in the Montgomery area. Deputies executed a search warrant at the suspect's house and discovered a 3 year old child in the house along with narcotics. Troy James, 40 years old, of 1491 Hwy. 34, Montgomery was arrested for Distribution of Marijuana, Possession of Marijuana with the Intent to Distribute, Possession of CDS IV (Tramdol), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Illegal Use of CDS in Presence of a Minor, and an outstanding warrant for child support.
Press Release - October 2015:
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of a domestic disturbance north of Pollock on October 9, 2014. The caller reported that her boyfriend, Michael Shader, had punched her in head and she left the residence on foot carrying their two year old child. Shader then drove his vehicle to where his girlfriend was walking and told her that he was going to run over her and the child and kill them all. Shader then hit her with the front of the vehicle and drove away, wrecking the car a short distance away. Michael Shader, 31 years old, of 325 Fred Scott Road, Pollock, was arrested for Aggravated Battery with a Dangerous Weapon, Domestic Abuse Battery (felony), Domestic Abuse Battery with Child Endangerment, and Reckless Operation of a Vehicle.
Press Release - October 2014:
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of a disturbance and when a deputy arrived, found a man and a woman on the ground fighting on October 4, 2014. After further investigation, it was determined that Lavelle Tullis, Jr. had forced his way into a house and began hitting his estranged wife and her sister. Lavelle Tullis, Jr., 38 years old, of 7876 Ridge Street Pollock, was arrested for Second Degree Battery (Domestic Violence), Home Invasion, Simple Battery, and Entering a Place After Being Forbidden.
Press Release - October 2014: Grant Parish Senior Citizens Honored at Triad Lunch
The Triad Lunch honoring Grant Parish’s senior citizens was held on October 3, 2014, at the Grant Parish Civic Center in Colfax. The event was organized by the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office.
Over 750 people attended the lunch, and at least 125 businesses and individuals made donations and helped make the event so successful. This year’s event was the largest one ever. “We are proud to be able to do this for the senior citizens of our parish. It is our way of giving back to those that have paved the way before us,” stated Sheriff McCain.
Music for the event was provided by the Uptown Jazz Band. Reverend Donnell Spurgeon of Georgetown Pentecostal Church delivered the invocation and blessed the food. Supreme Court Justice Marcus Clark was the guest speaker for the event and several candidates running for political offices addressed the crowd. The Grant High ROTC/Drill Team performed the presentation of colors.
The senior citizens enjoyed their fish and the chance to participate in the ticket prize contest. Overall, it could be said that the lunch was a fitting tribute to the people who have been so vital and important to the society they have helped build.