The following arrests were recorded at the Franklin Parish Detention Center between Oct. 28 - Nov. 4, 2019.
Richland and Concordia parish hunters were ticketed by Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement agents for alleged dove hunting violations during opening weekend of dove season, Sept. 7-8.
Monroe police arrested a Mangham man on suspicion of second-degree murder last week after authorities learned of a shooting at the Circle K on Louisville Avenue.
Robert Mier III, 32 of Winnsboro, was arrested after allegedly uploading child sexual abuse images to a social media account, according to a statement released by Louisiana State Police.
THE FIRST all female fire crew in Franklin Parish was stationed at the Winnsboro Fire Department March 21. They were (left): Ashley Donald, Deidra Sious Washington and Chelsea Levy. (Sun photo by Joe Curtis)
Christopher Loring, 27 of Winnsboro, pleaded guilty March 13 to conspiring with other officers to falsify documents with intent to obstruct and influence the investigation of a matter within federal jurisdiction.
A federal grand jury returned a superseding indictment today that adds 18 money laundering-related charges to the indictment of Lynn D. Cawthorne, 51, and Belena C. Turner, 47, both of Shreveport, last week, according to U.S. Attorney David Joseph's office.
A former Justice of the Peace for the Second Justice Court of Jefferson Parish was convicted by a federal jury in New Orleans for using his position to illegally obtain wage garnishments and loans, according to U.S. Attorney David Joseph's office.
A suspect is now in custody following a shooting incident earlier today that claimed the life of a 27-year-old Franklin Parish man. The name of the victim was withheld pending notification of family.
LAKE CHARLES, La. – John Casimere, 33, of Lake Charles, pleaded guilty last week before U.S. Magistrate Judge Kathleen Kay to one count of possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, U.S. Attorney David C. Joseph announced.
SHREVEPORT, La. – Joseph Seth Rivers, 36, of Converse was sentenced Monday to five years and four months in prison by U.S. District Judge S. Maurice Hicks Jr. for possession of firearms by a convicted felon.