September 2017 Arrests

During Sheriff Franklin’s campaign, he promised voters that he would significantly reduce the use and sale of illegal narcotics in LaSalle Parish. Since then, Sheriff Franklin has escalated the war on drugs. LPSO has made over 560 narcotics arrests – more than 210 of these arrests were for narcotics distribution. When the escalation began, LPSO was seizing pounds of marijuana and ounces of cocaine and methamphetamine during drug related arrests. Because of aggressive drug enforcement, now only grams of these substances are available for seizure during arrests.

09/14/2014 CAREY SEWELL, JR. (B/M 51) OF JENA - FORGERY
09/13/2017 DUSTIN D. THOMPSON (W/M 35) OF WEST MONROE - TRESPASSING
09/12/2017 SHERWOOD G. BREITHAUPT (W/M 48) OF OLLA - POSSESSION OF CDS II (METH), POSSESSION OF FIREARM W/ CDS, POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, DUS
09/11/2017 ASHTON A. SLOCUM (W/M 24) OF WOODWORTH - FELONY THEFT
09/11/2017 DILLON L. NUGENT (W/M 21) OF JENA - POSSESSION OF CDS II (METH), POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
09/09/2017 CHRISTOPHER M. TINER (W/M 21) OF JENA - POSSESSION OF CDS II (METH), INTRODUCTION OF CONTRABAND INTO PENAL FACILITY, POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA, OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
09/08/2017 DAKOTA L. NEWTON (W/F 28) OF TROUT - SIMPLE BATTERY
09/08/2017 BURGANDY L. EASTER (W/F 38) OF JONESVILLE - CONTEMPT OF COURT
09/07/2017 CHAZ A. GRAHAM (W/M 25) OF JENA - DUS, NO PROOF OF INSURANCE, NO SAFETY HELMET, NO PROOF OF REGISTRATION, RECKLESS OPERATION
09/07/2017 LATIN C. THOMPSON (W/F 31) OF PINEVILLE - UNAUTHORIZED USE OF MOTOR VEHICLE
09/02/2017 JOSHUA M. MCNAUGHTON (W/M 33) OF COLUMBIA - CONTEMPT OF COURT (CHILD SUPPORT)
09/02/2017 BRODIE L. BERRY (W/M 18) OF JENA - DWI, BLOCKING HIGHWAY
09/01/2017 IASAIAH M. STAFFORD (B/M 17) OF JENA - AGGRAVATED BATTERY
09/01/2017 JOHN W. HALL (W/M 65) OF JENA - STALKING

Sheriff Franklin is very proud of the dedication and hard work of the LPSO Narcotics Department and Patrol Deputies. Because of their efforts, the children of LaSalle Parish have a significantly reduced risk of exposure to dangerous drugs.
Citizens are encouraged to assist in the war on drugs by providing confidential information through the Contact Us tab on this website or by directly contacting the Sheriff’s Office at (318)992-2151.