Learning to respect others. Good manners and doing well in school. These lessons build our character and helps make us better members of our communities. Doing these things can also reward us, as one group of children experienced. Sheriff Steven McCain and the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office held a reward day for a group of students who had showed outstanding improvement both in grades and personal character over the last six months. G.P.S.O. had partnered together with Colf
Grant Parish Sheriff Steven McCain is proud to announce that Deputy Cade Fletcher graduated from the National Emergency Management Basic Academy held in conjunction with the Emergency Management Institute. The four week course helped develop skills needed to perform within emergency management, reinforced the qualities needed to manage an emergency management program and addressed strategic and critical thinking during a disaster. “This is the first time in Grant Parish that
A traffic stop by the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office led to the arrest of two Pineville people for methamphetamine and fugitive warrants. Michael Ebey, 38 years old, of 908 Junior High Road, Pineville, was arrested for Possession of C.D.S. II (methamphetamine) and a fugitive warrant from Rapides Parish. Marisa Dupont, 31 years old, of 189 Granny Lane, Pineville, was arrested for Possession of C.D.S. II (methamphetamine), a fugitive warrant from Alexandria, and Felony Probation
An investigation by Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office and the Louisiana Probation and Parole led to the arrest of two Colfax men for felony probation violation and drug charges. Zachary Davis, 32 years old, of 370 Hudson Creek Road, Colfax, was arrested for Possession of C.D.S. II (methamphetamine), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Felony Probation Violation. Austin Wise, 33 years old, of 404 Hudson Creek Road, Colfax, was arrested for Possession of C.D.S. II (methamphetamin
Grant Parish Sheriff’s detectives went to a home looking for a woman wanted on drug charges. When they arrived, they found the wanted person along with 5 bags of methamphetamine, digital scales, and pipes that are commonly used to ingest the drugs. Myra Seals, 49 years old, of 184 Maxwell Road, Colfax, was arrested for Possession of C.D.S. II (methamphetamine) with the Intent to Distribute, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Contempt of Court.
Grant Parish Sheriff’s detectives were investigating a burglary when they discovered drugs in the suspect’s house along with a small child. Amanda White, 34 years old, of 216 Hud Loop, Colfax, was arrested for Simple Burglary, Possession of C.D.S. II (methamphetamine), Possession of C.D.S. I (marijuana), Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Possession of C.D.S. in the Presence of a Minor.
On March 7, 2019, the Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office held their annual spring lunch for the Council on Aging. During the meal, Sheriff McCain gave a presentation to those in attendance discussing the population growth in Grant Parish since 2010 and the increase in demands on law enforcement that this growth has caused. The Sheriff informed the crowd of the Sheriff’s Office website which allows people to share concerns about crime in their area. The Director of the Council on
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of a vehicle parked in the road with the driver asleep in the Dartigo community. When Corporal’s Jimmi McCully and Zac Daenen arrived, they found the driver passed out with the vehicle still in drive and the driver’s foot on the brake with what turned out to be a synthetic marijuana cigarette in his hand that was still burning. After a field sobriety test, the driver was arrested. Once at the jail, Deputy Aaron Dampier lo
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report in the Prospect community of a vehicle that was blocking a driveway and the driver appeared to be unconscious. When Corporal Jimmi McCully and his K-9 partner, Buffy, arrived, the driver was asked to step out of the vehicle. When he did, he nearly fell down. Cpl. McCully asked the driver where he lived, he replied, “I don’t know, I guess down the road.” Buffy alerted to the vehicle and methamphetamine was discovered. Th
The Grant Parish Sheriff’s Office received a report of two people in a parking lot smoking what appeared to be a pipe that is commonly used to ingest drugs. When Sgt. Darrell Rushton, Corporal Gil James and Deputy Jace Sauce arrived, they found the two suspects. The suspects admitted to the deputies that they had been smoking methamphetamine. The deputies also discovered that the license plate on the vehicle had been switched from another vehicle and the man was wanted out