11/29/2022 – APSO Booking Report (11/21/2022 – 11/28/2022)

AVOYELLES PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE

BOOKING REPORT 11/21/2022 – 11/28/2022

NAME, AGE, ADDRESS, CITY, DATE BOOKED, OFFENSE(S)

ANDERSON, CALVIN, 27, 791 GLENDA DR, MARKSVILLE, 11/25/2022, BATTERY OF A DATING PARTNER

ANDERSON, RODERICK, 60, 402 SOUTH KNOLL AVENUE, BUNKIE, 11/25/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR

ANDERSON SR., RONNIE D., 40, 120 SENIORS ST., BUNKIE, 11/22/2022, PROBATION/PAROLE VIOLATION

BARBRY JR., BRENT DALE, 28, 210 BORDELON ST, MARKSVILLE, 11/22/2022, PROBATION/PAROLE VIOLATION

BLOOD, EDEN D., 33, 180 BILLY LANE, POLLOCK, 11/25/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, THEFT, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II DRUGS

BONDS, KENNETH WAYNE, 57, 933 BORDELONVILLE RD, MOREAUVILLE, 11/26/2022, RECKLESS OPERATION NO ACCIDENT, SUSPENSION/REVOCATION/CANCELLATION OF LICENSES; JUDICIAL REVIEW, VEHICLE LICENSE REQUIRED, EVIDENCE OF COMPULSORY MOTOR VEHICLE LIABILITY SECURITY CONTAINED IN VEHICLE

BOUDREAUX, MARK L., 66, 370 WEST CANDLESTICK DR, LUMBERTON, 11/21/2022, VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDERS

BYRD, SEMAJ, 29, 2606 WADE RD, BAYTOWN, TEXAS 11/26/2022, ASSAULT-AGGRAVATED DISTURBING THE PEACE BY FIGHTING, DOMESTIC ABUSE BATTERY

CANNON, SHANNON, 47, 115 HILLSDALE DR, PINEVILLE, 11/27/2022, CONTEMPT-FAIL TO COMPLY WITH TERMS OF SENTENCE

CLARK, STORMEE, 27, 1419 E WALLISVILLE RD, TEXAS, 11/26/2022, ASSAULT-AGGRAVATED

DISTURBING THE PEACE BY FIGHTING, DOMESTIC ABUSE BATTERY

CLARK, ZARIA, 24, 14504 BRYAR FOREST DR, TEXAS, 11/26/2022, DISTURBING THE PEACE BY FIGHTING, DOMESTIC ABUSE BATTERY

COLEMAN, DARIUS, 19, 281 LONGBRIDGE ROAD, COTTONPORT, 11/27/2022, RESISTING ARREST OR OFFICER

COOPER, KANISHA N., 25, 311 FERDINAND STREET, MARKSVILLE, 11/26/2022, CONTEMPT -FAIL TO APPEAR -TRAFFIC

FRUGE, JASON, 42, 663 W BONTEMPT ST., MARKSVILLE, 11/24/2022, FILING FALSE RECORDS

GREEN, TEDDY, 30, 180 BILLY JOHN LANE, POLLOCK, 11/25/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, CONTEMPT -FAIL TO APPEAR -TRAFFIC

HENRY, LATRACUS S., 31, 409 SOUTH MARSHALL BLVD, BUNKIE, 11/22/2022, SECOND-DEGREE MURDER, ILLEGAL USE OF WEAPONS, POSSESSION OF FIREARM OR CARRYING CONCEALED WEAPON BY A PERS, OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

JACKSON, JAIVEN T., 23, 259 WALTON, MARKSVILLE, 11/25/2022, SECOND-DEGREE CRUELTY TO JUVENILES, DOMESTIC ABUSE CHILD, ENDANGERMENT LAW 1ST OFFENSE, BATTERY OF A DATING PARTNER

MAYEUX, BLAKE J., 26, 695 JACKS RD, HESSMER, 11/23/2022, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II DRUGS, ILLEGAL CARRYING OF A WEAPON, PROPER EQUIPMENT REQUIRED ON VEHICLES

PEARSON, JO’SHAWN, 23, 1950 VALVERDA RD, MARINGOUIN, 11/27/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR

REDMON, NENA MARIE, 40, 200 N MARSHALL ST., BUNKIE, 11/21/2022, DEFAMATION

SIMMS, TRAVEON, 22, 349 S. LIVE OAK ST., SIMMESPORT, 11/26/2022, CONTEMPT -FAIL TO APPEAR -TRAFFIC, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR

STEVENSON, JAVONTE D., 20, 532 MAIN ST., SIMMESPORT, 11/25/2022, RESISTING A POLICE OFFICER WITH FORCE OR VIOLENCE, AGGRAVATED ASSAULT ON A PEACE OFFICER

STEVENSON, SHANNON, 39, 309 SOUTH COTTONWOOD ST., BUNKIE, 11/21/2022, CONTEMPT-FAIL TO COMPLY WITH TERMS OF SENTENCE

WILLIAMS, DANIELL, 29, 121 E. PINE St., BUNKIE, 11/24/2022, DISTURBING THE PEACE, BATTERY-SIMPLE

WILLIAMS, ANGEL, 21, 416 SPRING BAYOU #7, MARKSVILLE, 11/27/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR

BOOKING REPORT
AVOYELLES PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Date: 11/28/2022
Time: 9:26 am

Note:  All persons named or shown in photographs and/or videos as suspects in a criminal investigation, or arrested and charged with a crime, have not yet been convicted of that criminal offense and all persons are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

 

Road Closure – (Dec. 2-3, 2022) LA 115, Hessmer, Avoyelles Parish

Road or Lane Status

**ROAD CLOSURE** LA 115; Hessmer; Avoyelles Parish

LA 115; Hessmer
Avoyelles Parish
Mile Post 34.593; Control Section 033-01

DOT # 335-044 C
Kansas City Southern Railraod

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) advises the public that LA 115, Hessmer, Avoyelles Parish, will be closed at the Kansas City Southern Railroad track. The work is being done at milepost 34.593 and is on control section 033-01. The closures will start on Friday, December 2, 2022 from 7:00 AM with a reopening to traffic at 5:00 PM on Saturday, December 3, 2022. The closure is for Kansas City Southern Railroad to replace the surface thru the crossing.

Permit/Detour Section
The roadway will be closed completely to all traffic during this time. The detour will be LA 115 to LA 1 to LA 115. The detour can accept oversized loads and will be identified with proper markings for the general public. All emergency agencies will be notified of the road closure.

Safety Reminder
DOTD appreciates your patience and reminds you to please drive with caution through the construction site and be on the lookout for work crews and their equipment.

Additional Information
Motorists can access the latest updates on real-time traffic and road conditions using the 511 Traveler Information System by dialing 511 from their telephone and saying the route or region on which they are seeking information. Out-of-state travelers can call 1-888-ROAD-511 (1-888-762-3511). Travelers can also access this information by visiting the 511 Traveler Information Web site at www.511la.org. Additionally, you can follow the Traffic Management Center on Twitter: (@Alex Traffic). Motorists may also monitor the LA DOTD website @ www.dotd.la.gov and the DOTD Facebook page.

Project Contact
Gretchen B. Ferguson
DOTD Statewide Railroad Coordinator
District 08 – Avoyelles
318-561-5110
[email protected]
dotd.la.gov
Statewide 511 Traffic Information

Media Contact
Ms. Erin Buchanan Mills
Public Information Officer 2
District 08: Avoyelles, Grant, Natchitoches, Rapides, Sabine, Vernon, and Winn Parishes
Phone: (318) 549-8402
[email protected]

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) is committed to delivering transportation and public works systems that enhance the quality of life. In addition to more than 16,600 miles of roadway, including over 890 miles of interstate, DOTD supports the development of the state’s aviation, marine and rail infrastructures. Through this work, we are able to facilitate economic development, create job opportunities, improve vital evacuation routes, and make critical freight corridors safer and more efficient.

For more information, please visit www.dotd.la.gov, email [email protected], or call DOTD’s Customer Service Center at (225) 379-1232 or 1-877-4LADOTD (1-877-452-3683). Business hours are 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please let us know how we may better serve you: Customer Service Survey.

Road Closure – (Dec. 1-2, 2022) LA 107, (L’ Eglise Street) Mansura, Avoyelles Parish

Road or Lane Status

**ROAD CLOSURE** LA 107; L’Eglise Street; Mansura; Avoyelles Parish

LA 107; Mansura
Avoyelles Parish
Control Section 052-06; Milepost 32.10

DOT # 335-052 U
Kansas City Southern Railroad

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development advises the public that LA 107, (L’ Eglise Street) Mansura, Avoyelles Parish, will be closed at the Kansas City Southern Railroad Tracks. The work will be done at Milepost 32.10 and is on Control Section 052-06. The closure will be on Thursday, December 1, 2022 from 7:00 am with a reopen at 5:00 PM on Friday, December 2, 2022. The reason for this closure is for Kansas City Southern RR to replace the track panel and crossing surface thru the crossing.

Permit/Detour section
The roadway will be closed completely to all traffic during this time. The detour will be LA 107 to LA 114 to LA 1186 to LA 1 to LA 107. The detour can accept oversized loads and will be identified with proper markings for the general public. All emergency agencies will be notified of the Road Closure.

Safety Reminder
DOTD appreciates your patience and reminds you to please drive with caution around the construction sites and be on the lookout for work crews and their equipment.

Additional Information
Motorists can access the latest updates on real-time traffic and road conditions using the 511 Traveler Information System by dialing 511 from their telephone and saying the route or region on which they are seeking information. Out-of-state travelers can call 1-888-ROAD-511 (1-888-762-3511). Travelers can also access this information by visiting the 511 Traveler Information Web site at www.511la.org. Additionally, you can follow the Traffic Management Center on Twitter: (@Alex Traffic). Motorists may also monitor the LA DOTD website @ www.dotd.la.gov and the DOTD Facebook page.

Project Contact
Gretchen B. Ferguson
DOTD Statewide Railroad Coordinator
District 08 – Avoyelles
318-561-5110
[email protected]
dotd.la.gov
Statewide 511 Traffic Information

Media Contact
Ms. Erin Buchanan Mills
Public Information Officer 2
District 08: Avoyelles, Grant, Natchitoches, Rapides, Sabine, Vernon, and Winn Parishes
Phone: (318) 549-8402

[email protected]

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) is committed to delivering transportation and public works systems that enhance the quality of life. In addition to more than 16,600 miles of roadway, including over 890 miles of interstate, DOTD supports the development of the state’s aviation, marine and rail infrastructures. Through this work, we are able to facilitate economic development, create job opportunities, improve vital evacuation routes, and make critical freight corridors safer and more efficient.

For more information, please visit www.dotd.la.gov, email [email protected], or call DOTD’s Customer Service Center at (225) 379-1232 or 1-877-4LADOTD (1-877-452-3683). Business hours are 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please let us know how we may better serve you: Customer Service Survey.

11/22/2022 – Another Barricaded Suspect Taken Into Custody

Barricaded Suspect Taken Into Custody

On November 22, 2022, at approximately 1435 hours, the Avoyelles Parish Sheriff’s Office (APSO) received a report of suspects attempting to steal parts from a vehicle at 2872 Highway 29 South, Bunkie, LA.  The vehicle owner followed the suspects as they fled the scene in a vehicle.  One suspect was reportedly dropped off in the City of Bunkie, and the other fled to another location on South Louisiana Street in Bunkie.  Bunkie Police Officers attempted to get the driver to exit the vehicle and come to them, but the suspect ran into a residence at 411 South Louisiana Street and barricaded himself inside.  Bunkie Police were familiar with 42-year-old Shedrick Lance Wiley II and witnessed him fleeing into the house.  APSO and Bunkie PD Officers also verified that Wiley lived at 411 South Louisiana Street.

Further investigation revealed Wiley and the unknown suspect were attempting to steal a catalytic converter which resulted in an arrest warrant for Wiley and a search warrant for the residence.  An APSO Negotiator attempted to communicate with Wiley for hours and attempted to get him to come out and surrender peacefully.  Wiley refused to do so.  APSO Deputies, with the assistance of Bunkie Police Officers, made entry into the residence and subsequently found Wiley hiding in the attic.  Wiley apparently entered the attic through an indoor entrance.  Wiley was given several commands to come down from the attic.  He made his final attempt to escape apprehension by running in the attic and quickly exiting the attic through another outdoor access panel on the front porch.  Upon Wiley leaping from the attic, he was swiftly arrested and taken into custody by APSO Detectives.  Although Wiley had no apparent injuries, he was transported to Bunkie General Hospital via Acadian ambulance for medical evaluation and treatment.  Upon his release later that evening, he was transported to APSO DC-1 Jail Facility where he was booked.

Wiley was arrested pursuant to an arrest warrant for the offenses of Criminal Trespass, Criminal Damage to Property, Attempted Theft, and Resisting Arrest or Officer committed earlier on November 22, 2022.

He was also arrested for the on-view offenses of Resisting an Officer by Flight, Resisting Arrest or Officer, and Disturbing the Peace, all of which were committed at South Louisiana Street in Bunkie on November 22, 2022.

The execution of the search warrant revealed Wiley still had the tools and clothing described by the original complainant.  The items were seized as evidence.

Sheriff David L. Dauzat wants to thank the Bunkie Police Department for their swift response, their teamwork with APSO, and their assistance in the apprehension of Wiley.  The Sheriff would also like to thank EMS, the Bunkie Fire Department, and other concerned citizens that assisted APSO Detectives on the scene.

11/21/2022 – APSO Booking Report (11/14/2022 – 11/20/2022)

AVOYELLES PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE

BOOKING REPORT 11/14/2022 – 11/20/2022

NAME, AGE, ADDRESS, CITY, DATE BOOKED, OFFENSE(S)

ALEXANDER, JALIN, 19, 6924 Clara St., Mansura, 11/17/2022, POSSESSION OF STOLEN THINGS and THEFT.

ANDERSON, JENIKA, 31, 411 Keller St., Bunkie, 11/17/2022, POSSESSION OF STOLEN THINGS, BURGLARY – SIMPLE, and THEFT.

BAILEY, STACEY ANN, 35, 3017 VILLEMARETTE ST., HESSMER, 11/17/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR – TRAFFIC.

BATISTE, JACQUELINE, 38, 426 OVERTON ST., Marksville, 11/17/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, and CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR.

BRADFORD, ODEAL JAMAL, 32, 1122 DR. KAUFMAN AVE., COTTONPORT, 11/16/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, and CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR.

BROUILLETTE, BRADY W., 44, 730 SOUTH MAIN ST., MARKSVILLE, 11/17/2022, PROBATION/PAROLE VIOLATION.

DAIGRE, TREON, 33, 139 JACKS ROAD, HESSMER, 11/19/2022, DISTURBING THE PEACE, and RESISTING ARREST OR OFFICER.

DESHOTEL, JOSEPH RAY, 31, 1697 HIGHWAY 107 SOUTH, COTTONPORT, 11/19/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, and CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR.

EDWARDS, CHRISTY A., 30, 923 LA HWY 115, MANSURA, 11/15/2022, MALFEASANCE – SEXUAL CONDUCT.

FRANKLIN, TRAVIS D., 23, 715 COURT STREET, NEW ROADS, 11/20/2022, VEHICLE LICENSE REQUIRED, MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT, POSSESSION OF A FIREARM WITH CDS, and POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE I DRUGS.

FRANKS, JOSHUA DOUGLAS, 30, 254 INNER LOOP RD., VICK, 11/17/2022, ATTEMPTED MURDER – 1st DEGREE, ILLEGAL USE OF WEAPONS OR DANGEROUS INSTRUMENTS, ILLEGAL CARRYING OF A WEAPON, RESISTING A POLICE OFFICER WITH FORCE OR VIOLENCE, DISTURBING THE PEACE, CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, ILLEGAL USE OF WEAPONS OR DANGEROUS INSTRUMENTS, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, and CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR.

GASPARD, SCOTT PAUL, 36, 371 ELI DAUZAT ROAD, MARKSVILLE, 11/20/2022, DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED – 3RD OFFENSE, OPERATING VEH. WITH SUSPENDED LICENSE; OTHER OFFENSES, and CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR.

GUICE, TASHA L., 32, 431 SCALLAN ST., MARKSVILLE, 11/16/2022, DISTURBING THE PEACE.

GUILLORY, GREG, 57, 287 MIDGE LACROIX RD, POLLOCK, 11/14/2022, FAILURE TO REGISTER AS SEX OFFENDER.

GUILLOT, RICHARD DALE, 42, 207 HWY 1 LOT #4, MARKSVILLE, 11/17/2022, CONTEMPT-FAIL TO COMPLY WITH TERMS OF SENTENCE.

HARVEY, CHRISTINA, 34, 205 WHITE OAK DRIVE, BOYCE, 11/17/2022, ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF STOLEN FIREARMS, POSSESSION OF STOLEN THINGS, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE I DRUGS, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II DRUGS, POSSESSION OF A FIREARM WITH CDS, PROHIBITED ACTS; DISTRIBUTION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, and CONTEMPT -FAIL TO APPEAR -TRAFFIC.

JONES, DONALD RAY, 55, 2980 VILLEMARETTE STREET, HESSMER, 11/20/2022, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE I DRUGS, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II DRUGS, POSSESSION OF SCHED II DRUG W/INTENT TO DISTRIBUTE, and OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE.

KELLY, CONNOR J., 28, 190 BEDO ST., HESSMER, 11/16/2022, CONTEMPT -FAIL TO APPEAR -TRAFFIC, CONTEMPT -FAIL TO APPEAR -TRAFFIC, and CONTEMPT -FAIL TO APPEAR -TRAFFIC.

MANUEL, PATRICK BRYANT, 34, BUNKIE, LA, 11/18/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR.

NORMAND, AMANDA M., 43, 320 JOHNSON RD., MARKSVILLE, 11/17/2022, PROBATION/PAROLE VIOLATION.

ROY, CHRISTIE LEAH, 51, 601 CHENNAULT ST., BUNKIE, 11/18/2022, OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE, and ACCESSORY AFTER THE FACT.

ST. ROMAIN, GREGORY ANTHONY, 41, 4221 HWY. 114, MANSURA, 11/17/2022, THEFT.

WASHINGTON, JONATHAN, 42, 200 SOUTH MABEL ST., BUNKIE, 11/20/2022, UNAUTHORIZED ENTRY OF INHABITED DWELLING, SIMPLE CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY, and THEFT.

WELLS, ANTHONY, 36, MARKSVILLE, LA, 11/17/2022, BURGLARY – SIMPLE, RESISTING ARREST OR OFFICER, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE III DRUGS, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE IV DRUGS, ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF STOLEN FIREARMS, POSSESSION OF STOLEN THINGS, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE I DRUGS, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II DRUGS,  POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE III DRUGS, POSSESSION OF FIREARM-FELON, POSSESSION OF A FIREARM WITH CDS, POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, DRIVING ON ROADWAY LANED FOR TRAFFIC, CRIMINAL SANCTIONS FOR OPERATING MOTOR VEHICLE NOT COVERED BY SECURITY, RESISTING ARREST OR OFFICER, SUSPENSION/REVOCATION/CANCELLATION OF LICENSES; JUDICIAL REVIEW.

WILLIAMS, SAMUEL JR., 70, 195 SAUCIER ST., MARKSVILLE, 11/17/2022, BATTERY-SIMPLE.

WOODS, JONIE JANE, 30, 1002 LOCUST STREET 5, TEXARKANA, 11/16/2022, HUMAN TRAFFICKING, RESISTING ARREST OR OFFICER, FILING FALSE RECORDS, HUMAN TRAFFICKING, and OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

BOOKING REPORT
AVOYELLES PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Date: 11/21/2022
Time: 10:53 am 

11/17/2022 – Barricaded Suspect Taken Into Custody

Barricaded Suspect Taken Into Custody

On the morning of Thursday, November 17, 2022, Avoyelles Parish Sheriff’s Office Detectives went to 1289 M. Cole Road, Effie, LA in the Vick Community to Arrest 30-year-old Joshua Douglas Franks for felony crimes committed the evening before.  APSO Detectives also intended to execute a search warrant at that residence.  We arrived in two fully marked patrol vehicles and other vehicles.  We identified ourselves and directed Franks to open the door and come out with his hands up.  Franks brandished a rifle, refused to comply, and barricaded himself inside the residence.  An APSO Negotiator attempted to communicate and to get him to peacefully surrender.  Franks refused to comply.  Franks fired a rifle twice inside the residence.  One shot went through the wall in the direction of APSO Detectives.  APSO requested the assistance of the Louisiana State Police (LSP) SWAT and Negotiators.  Shortly after LSP arrived and began operations, Joshua Franks was taken into custody by LSP SWAT members.  Franks was then released to APSO Detectives, arrested, and transported to APSO DC-1 Jail Facility to be booked.

Franks was arrested pursuant to an arrest warrant for the offenses of Criminal Damage to Property and Illegal Use of Weapons or Dangerous Instrumentalities committed on November 16, 2022.

He was also arrested for the offenses of Attempted First Degree Murder of a Police Officer, Illegal Use of Weapons or Dangerous Instrumentalities (2-Counts), Illegal Carrying of Weapons, Resisting an Officer with Force or Violence (2-Counts), and Disturbing the Peace all of which were committed today, November 17, 2022.

Sheriff David L. Dauzat wants to thank the Louisiana State Police for their swift response, safe apprehension of Franks, and their teamwork with APSO.

Joshua Franks
Joshua Franks

11/02/2022 – Traffic Stop by K-9 Unit Leads to an Arrest

Traffic Stop by K-9 Unit Leads to an Arrest

On November 2, 2022, at approximately 4:04 pm, an APSO K-9 Unit Patrol Deputy made a traffic stop on South Main Street in Marksville, LA while on patrol.  Shortly thereafter, APSO K-9 Deputy “MAX” was called to duty.  MAX sniffed the vehicle and aggressively alerted resulting in a search of the vehicle.  The finding of illegal drugs and further investigation resulted in the search of a residence located at 2980 Villemarette Street in Hessmer.

55-year-old Donald Jones of Hessmer, LA was arrested for the offense of Following Too Close, Possession of an Open Alcoholic Beverage in a Motor Vehicle, and Possession of Marijuana, Heroin, Crack Cocaine, Powder Cocaine, Methamphetamines, and a variety of pills.  He was also charged with Schedule I with Intent to Distribute, Schedule II with Intent to Distribute, Schedule III with Intent to Distribute, Schedule IV with Intent to Distribute, and Illegal Carrying of a Weapon.  He was booked into APSO DC-1 in Marksville.  His bond was set at $100,000.00.  Jones bonded out and was released on November 8, 2022.

Sheriff David L. Dauzat remains committed to making Avoyelles Parish a safer place. The Sheriff would like to thank the Hessmer Police Department for their assistance in this case and all the dedicated professional law enforcement agents who work around the clock 24/7 to take illegal drugs off our streets, apprehend the offenders, and safely remove them from the streets of our Parish.

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11/14/2022 – Media Information Report (Bookings)

MEDIA INFORMATION REPORT
AVOYELLES PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Dates: 11/07/2022 – 11/13/2022

INMATE NAME, AGE, ADDRESS, CITY, DATE BOOKED, OFFENSE(S)

ARNOUVILLE, JENNIFER M., 34, 312 S. KNOLL ST., BUNKIE, 11/08/2022, RESISTING ARREST OR OFFICER, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR
CLAVERIE, MARK, 52, 330 LITTLE RIVER RD., MARKSVILLE, 11/10/2022, CONTEMPT-FAIL TO COMPLY WITH TERMS OF SENTENCE
DESOTO, INA, 38, 11986 SCOTTY LN., BASTROP, 11/08/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR
FORD, DEVIN P., 29, 232 WAST RIDGE RD., CASTOR, 11/08/2022, CONTEMPT -FAIL TO APPEAR -TRAFFIC, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR
HAMILTON, DONQUEZ DEWAYNE, 35, 803 SOUTH MABLE ST., BUNKIE, 11/08/2022, VEHICULAR HOMICIDE, OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
HUDDLESTON, ERIC, 52, 947 SYCAMORE ST., COTTONPORT, 11/08/2022, TRESPASS-CRIMINAL, CRIMINAL MISCHIEF, All Other Offenses
JACOBS, CHARLES ISIASHA, 28, 6631 NOTHOFER ST., MANSURA, 11/13/2022, ATTEMPTED FIRST DEGREE MURDER, ILLEGAL USE OF WEAPONS OR DANGEROUS INSTRUMENTS, SECOND DEGREE CRUELTY TO
JUVENILES, CONTRIBUTING TO DELIQUENCY OF A JUVENILE, RESISTING ARREST OR OFFICER, SAFETY BELT USE; TAGS INDICATING EXEMPTION, IDENTITY THEFT, POSSESSION OF SCHEDULE II DRUGS
JOHNSON, BRANDON LYNN, 36, 44245 HWY 107 S., PLAUCHEVILLE, 11/08/2022, RESISTING ARREST OR OFFICER
LABORDE, COURTNEY, 25, 676 LA HWY 115, MANSURA, 11/10/2022, CONTEMPT-FAIL TO COMPLY WITH
TERMS OF SENTENCE
LABORDE, JILL G., 41, 289 DAUZAT ROAD, MARKSVILLE, 11/10/2022, CONTEMPT -FAIL TO APPEAR -TRAFFIC
LANEHART, ERIC LANELL, 42, 700 CANNON ST., SIMMESPORT, 11/10/2022, DISTURBING THE PEACE, RESISTING A POLICE OFFICER WITH FORCE OR VIOLENCE, INTRODUCTION OF CONTRABAND-PENAL
INSTITUTE, REGISTRATION OF SEX OFFENDERS, THEFT OF GOODS
MORRIS, NOAH J., 19, 653 CAMILLE ST., COTTONPORT, 11/09/2022, ILLEGAL USE OF WEAPONS OR
DANGEROUS INSTRUMENTALITIES/Aggravated Assault
MUNDY, KELI, 34, 607 Moreau St., BUNKIE, 11/10/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR
PRUITT, CRYSTAL, 36, 316 OAK ST., MARKSVILLE, 11/08/2022, THEFT
REYNOLDS, LORETTA A., 49, 1723 HWY 1194, MARKSVILLE, 11/07/2022, CRUELTY TO ANIMALS

SMITH, TYREK DAVON, 21, 613 HOLLY ST., BUNKIE, 11/11/2022, DISTURBING THE PEACE, RESISTING ARREST OR OFFICER, ASSAULT-SIMPLE
STEVENSON, ALEXIS, 25, 712 SOUTH HOLLY ST., BUNKIE, 11/13/2022, CONTEMPT-FAIL TO COMPLY WITH
TERMS OF SENTENCE, CHILD PASSENGER RESTRAINT SYSTEM
ZACHARY, DEQUANTA R., 28, 302 FRANCIS PREJEAN CIRCLE, DUSON, 11/13/2022, CONTEMPT – FAIL TO APPEAR

MEDIA INFORMATION REPORT
AVOYELLES PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Posted: 11/14/2022 9:22 am

10/31/2022 Halloween – Sex Offender Checks

Halloween – Sex Offender Checks   

On October 31, 2022, a cooperative effort by the Avoyelles Parish Sheriff’s Office (APSO) and the Louisiana Probation & Parole Agents made Avoyelles Parish a little safer this past Halloween.  Both agencies made unannounced visits to sex offenders under supervision by both agencies.  We both worked to contact numerous sex offenders throughout the Parish in an effort to verify their location and activities on that night.  We each familiarized ourselves with the other agency’s list of offenders in case we came into contact with one the other agency was looking for and looked for them engaged in prohibited activities such as giving out candy to children or participating in activities with children.

Sheriff David L. Dauzat would like to thank the LA Probation & Parole Agents, the APSO Staff, and the law enforcement agencies across the Parish that worked diligently to keep you and your children safe and do what they can to help prevent more children from becoming victims.

Public Safety Message – Halloween Candy Warning

Halloween Candy Warning

Halloween is almost here and Sheriff David L. Dauzat is urging parents to pay close attention to their child’s candy, especially during Halloween.  The brightly colored pills containing fentanyl may look like sweet tarts, skittles, bubble gum, or other candy, but it can be deadly.

The Drug Enforcement Administration has become aware of the alarming trend of colorful fentanyl available across the United States.

In August 2022, the DEA seized brightly colored fentanyl and fentanyl pills in 18 states.  A recent DEA seizure in Connecticut found the drugs stashed in Skittles and Nerds packaging.  DEA officials believe the trend appears to be a new method used by drug cartels to sell highly addictive and potentially deadly fentanyl, made to look like candy to children and young people.

Sheriff David L. Dauzat said, “Out of an abundance of caution, we have to take this threat seriously.  Please inspect the packaging and encourage your kids to be careful about the candy they take home.  Be cautious if you didn’t buy it yourself and bring it home to your kids.”

If your child is unexplainably losing consciousness or you believe your child has consumed candy containing fentanyl, we urge you to call 911 immediately.  Be aware.  Be safe.  Be smart.  Together we can do our best to keep our children safe.

See photos below.

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