Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office

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Sheriff William Earl Hilton

The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a runaway juvenile, Lilyann Faith ...
02/14/2020

The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a runaway juvenile, Lilyann Faith Henry.

Henry is a 17 year old White Female with Brown hair and Brown eyes. Henry is 5’ 5” tall and weighs approximately 130 pounds.

On Thursday February 13th, 2020, Henry was reported missing and last seen in the Lecompte area. Henry was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, black sweatpants and carrying a maroon backpack. If anyone has seen or has information about Lilyann Faith Henry, they are ask to contact your local law Enforcement agency or the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office at 318-473-6700 or the RPSO Juvenile Detectives at 318-473-6727.

On February 11th, 2020, deputies responded to a residence in the Boyce area, in reference to a Domestic Abuse complaint....
02/12/2020

On February 11th, 2020, deputies responded to a residence in the Boyce area, in reference to a Domestic Abuse complaint. According to the complainant, the suspect, David Michael Beaver, 34 of Boyce, allegedly strangled and committed a battery upon the victim. Evidence found at the scene supported the allegations and Beaver was taken into custody without incident. Beaver was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center in reference to (01) One Count – Domestic Abuse Battery Strangulation. The case was then turned over to Detectives for a follow-up investigation. During the course of the investigation, sufficient probable cause was established which supported Beaver committed additional criminal acts, during the original alleged incident. Warrants were granted for Beaver’s arrest in reference to (01) One Count – Domestic Abuse Battery and (01) One Count – False Imprisonment.

On February 11th, Beaver, who was being detained at the parish detention center, in lieu of posting bond, was booked on the additional charges. Beaver is currently being detained at the detention center in lieu of posting a $15,000.00 bond.

Arrestee:
David Michael Beaver, 34
100 Block Ryan Street Boyce, La

Charge:
One Count - Domestic Abuse Battery Strangulation
One Count - Domestic Abuse Battery
One Count - False Imprisonment

On December 14th, 2019, deputies responded to a residence in the Wardville area, in reference to a Domestic Abuse compla...
02/12/2020

On December 14th, 2019, deputies responded to a residence in the Wardville area, in reference to a Domestic Abuse complaint. According to the complainant, Jordan Nathaniel Johnson, 19 of Pineville, allegedly committed a battery upon the victim. Also during the incident, Johnson allegedly threatened the victim with a firearm as well. The victim was later treated at a local area hospital and released. The case was turned over to Detectives for a follow-up investigation. During the course of the investigation, sufficient probable cause was established and warrants were granted for Johnson’s arrest in reference to (01) One Count each Domestic Abuse Second Degree Battery, Aggravated Assault With a Firearm, and Aggravated Criminal Damage To Property.

On February 10th, 2020, Deputies located Johnson at a residence in Wardville. Johnson was arrested in reference to the warrants, as well as an unrelated charge of Disturbing the Peace (Loud and Abusive Language). Johnson was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center where he remains, in lieu of posting a $38,000 bond.

Arrestee:
Jordan Nathaniel Johnson, 19
101 Myers Street Pineville, La

Charge:
One Count - Domestic Abuse – Second Degree Battery
One Count - Aggravated Assault with a Firearm
One Count - Aggravated Criminal Damage to Property
One Count - Disturbing the Peace (Loud and Abusive Language)

On December 16th, 2019, Deputies responded to a vehicle burglary that occurred on Mary Hill Road in Tioga.  Deputies too...
02/07/2020

On December 16th, 2019, Deputies responded to a vehicle burglary that occurred on Mary Hill Road in Tioga. Deputies took the initial report and Detectives were assigned the case for a follow up investigation. As the investigation progressed, detectives developed Jordan Levi Guin, 32, of Pineville as a suspect. Detectives were able to establish sufficient probable cause that supported the original allegations. Warrants were granted for Guin’s arrest in reference to One Count - Simple Burglary and One Count - Theft $1,000 - $5,000.

On February 04th, 2020, Guin was taken into custody without incident and booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center. Guin was released later that day after posting a $7,500.00 bond.

Arrestee:
Jordan Levi Guin, 32
130 Craig Road Pineville, La

Charge(s):
One Count – Simple Burglary
One Count - Theft $1,000 - $5,000

On January 04th, 2020, deputies received a complaint in reference to a theft that occurred in the Tioga area.  According...
02/07/2020

On January 04th, 2020, deputies received a complaint in reference to a theft that occurred in the Tioga area. According to the allegations, Eric Lee Whitstine, 35, took a television that did not belong to him and refused to return it to its owner. Following the initial report, the case was turned over to detectives assigned to the Tioga Sub-station for further investigation. During the investigation, a harassment complaint was levied against Whitstine. Witnesses alleged Whitstine repeatedly harassed the initial victim, via an electronic device, after being instructed to cease his ill actions. It was later verified an active Protective Order was in place, which prohibited Whitstine from harassing the victim. Detectives established sufficient probable cause that supported the initial allegations, as well as the allegations related to the unwarranted harassment. Warrants were granted for Whitstine’s arrest in reference to One Count – Theft Under $1,000 and One Count – Violation of Protective Order.

On February 04th, Whitstine was taken into custody without incident and booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center. Later that day Whitstine was released from the Detention center after posting a $10,500 Bond.

Arrestee:
Eric Lee Whitstine, 35
100 Jewell Court Pineville, LA

Charges:
One Count – Theft Under $1,000
One Count – Violation of a Protective Order

On February 06th, 2020, administrators and the Deputy School Resource Officer at Pineville High School were alerted of a...
02/07/2020

On February 06th, 2020, administrators and the Deputy School Resource Officer at Pineville High School were alerted of a student, who was believed to be in possession of a firearm. The SRO, along with school administrators located the student, identified as Dolmoine Joseph Gold, 18, of Pineville. A search was conducted of the Gold’s belongings where a small caliber handgun was discovered. The firearm was secured and rendered safe by the deputy. Gold was taken into custody without incident and booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center in reference to One Count - Carrying a Firearm on School Property. Gold is currently being detained at the Detention Center in lieu of posting a $5,000 Bond.

Arrestee:
Dolmoine Joseph Gold, 18
416 Walnut Drive Pineville, LA

Charges:
One Count - Carrying a Firearm on School Property

On January 27th, 2020, Deputies responded to a burglary that occurred in the 100 Block of Craig Road in Pineville.  Depu...
02/04/2020

On January 27th, 2020, Deputies responded to a burglary that occurred in the 100 Block of Craig Road in Pineville. Deputies took the initial report and Detectives were assigned the case for a follow up investigation. As the investigation progressed, detectives developed Landon Blake Meshell, 25, of Pineville as a suspect. Detectives were able to establish sufficient probable cause that supported the original allegations. A Warrant was granted for Meshell’s arrest in reference to one - Count Simple Burglary.

On January 28th, Meshell was taken into custody without incident and transported to the Rapides Parish Detention Center. There Meshell was booked on the warrant, as well as an outstanding Avoyelles Parish warrant in reference to simple burglary. Meshell was later released into the custody of the Avoyelles Parish Sheriff’s Office, in reference to their warrant.


Arrestee:
Landon Blake Meshell, 25
130 Happy Acres Pineville, La

Charge(s):
One Count – Simple Burglary

On October 01st, 2019, deputies responded to take a report of criminal sexual conduct involving juveniles that occurred ...
02/04/2020

On October 01st, 2019, deputies responded to take a report of criminal sexual conduct involving juveniles that occurred in the Poland area. Deputies took the initial report and Detectives were assigned the case for the follow up investigation. Witnesses identified Jody Glynn Mullins, 44, of Poland as a suspect. Through their investigation, including interviews of the victims at the Rapides Children’s Advocacy Center and with the assistance of the Louisiana Department of Child & Family Services, sufficient probable cause was established that supported the original allegations. Detectives continued their investigation and discovered evidence alleging Jody’s wife, Evelyn Anne Brown Mullins, 61, committed cruelty based crimes upon the victims.

On January 29th, warrants were granted for Jody Glynn Mullins’ arrest in reference to One Count - Indecent Behavior with a Juvenile. Warrants were also granted for Evelyn Anne Mullins’ arrest in reference to Three Counts – Cruelty to Juveniles. The following day Jody and Evelyn were taken into custody without incident and booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center. Jody was released on January 31st, after posting a $50,000.00 bond, relating to the sexually based crimes. Evelyn was released the same day after posting a $15,000.00 bond.

Arrestee:
Jody Glynn Mullins, 44
8700 Block La Highway 1 South Alexandria, La

Charge(s):
One Count - Indecent Behavior with a Juvenile
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Arrestee:
Evelyn Anne Brown Mullins, 61
8700 Block La Highway 1 South Alexandria, La

Charge(s):
Three Counts – Cruelty to Juveniles

On Monday, February 3rd, 2020, Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a stabbing that occurred in the 7000 block of Louisiana H...
02/03/2020

On Monday, February 3rd, 2020, Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a stabbing that occurred in the 7000 block of Louisiana Highway 1 near Boyce. According to witnesses the suspect James Edward Rogers, 79, engaged in an altercation, with family members. During the altercation Rogers allegedly brandished a knife and stabbed some of the family members. Detectives as well as Crime Scene Investigators responded and initiated an investigation. During the course of the investigation, sufficient probable cause was established, which supported the allegations. Rogers was arrested in reference two counts – Attempted 2nd Degree Murder and one count – Aggravated Assault. Rogers is currently being detained at the Rapides Parish Detention Center in lieu of posting a $350,000 Bond.

The victims were transported to a local area hospital and are in stable condition.

Arrestee:
James Edward Rogers, 79
7000 block La Hwy 1 Boyce, LA

Charges:
Two Counts – Attempted 2nd Degree Murder
One Count – Aggravated Assault

On January 26th, 2020, deputies received a complaint in reference to allegations of murder for hire.  Deputies took the ...
01/30/2020

On January 26th, 2020, deputies received a complaint in reference to allegations of murder for hire. Deputies took the initial report and Detectives were assigned the case for further investigation. During their investigation, detectives developed Curtis Dean Lacombe, Jr., 29, as a suspect. Through their investigation detectives were able to establish sufficient probable cause that supported the original allegations. Later the same day, a search warrant was granted and executed at Lacombe’s residence located in the 4400 block of Delia Lane in Pineville. During the search multiple firearms were discovered, which violated an active protective order levied against Lacombe. The firearms as well as other items of evidence, that supported the initial allegations, were collected.

Following the search Lacombe was taken into custody without incident. Lacombe was booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center in reference to (1) One Count - Solicitation for Murder and (1) One Count - Violation of Protective Order. Lacombe is currently being held at the Detention Center in lieu of posting a $130,000.00 bond relating.

Arrestee:
Curtis Dean Lacombe, Jr., 29
4415 Delia Lane Pineville, LA

Charge(s):

(1) One Count - Solicitation for Murder
(1) One Count - Violation of Protective Order

On January 13th, 2020, deputies responded to take a report of criminal sexual conduct involving juveniles that occurred ...
01/30/2020

On January 13th, 2020, deputies responded to take a report of criminal sexual conduct involving juveniles that occurred in the Boyce area. Deputies took the initial report and Detectives were assigned the case for the follow up investigation. Detectives identified Ronald Adams, 57, of Boyce as a suspect. Through their investigation detectives were able to establish sufficient probable cause that supported the original allegations. Warrants were granted for Adams’ arrest in reference to (1) One Count - Indecent Behavior with A Juvenile, (1) One Count - Sexual Battery; Victim Under 13 Years of Age, (1) One Count - Oral Sexual Battery; Victim Under 13 Years of Age, (1) One Count - Molestation of A Juvenile; Victim Under 13 Years of Age.

On January 24th, Adams was taken into custody without incident and booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center. Adams is currently being held at the Detention Center in lieu of posting a $400,000.00 bond relating to the sexually based crimes.

Arrestee:
Ronald Adams, 57
111 Dewil Cemetery Road Boyce, LA

Charge(s):
(1) One Count - Indecent Behavior with A Juvenile
(1) One Count - Sexual Battery; Victim Under 13 Years of Age
(1) One Count - Oral Sexual Battery; Victim Under 13 Years of Age
(1) One Count - Molestation of A Juvenile; Victim Under 13 Years of Age

SCAM ALERTThis week the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office was notified by several citizens who were contacted by a scammer...
01/21/2020

SCAM ALERT

This week the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office was notified by several citizens who were contacted by a scammer who alleged they had Active Warrants for their arrest. The caller would often identify their self using the name of a known Sheriff’s Office Deputy and the potential victim’s caller id reflected a telephone number associated with the department. Please know law enforcement will NEVER contact you by phone and threaten arrest in lieu of payment. Nor will they inquire about personal information such as your date of birth, social security number, home address, etc.

PLEASE REMEMBER, if ANYONE calls you soliciting money alleging you have warrants for your arrest DO NOT send them any money and contact local law enforcement.

The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a runaway juvenile, Olivia Faith G...
01/15/2020

The Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a runaway juvenile, Olivia Faith Glenn.

Glenn is a 17 year old White Female with Brown hair and Brown eyes. Glenn is 5’ 5” tall and weighs approximately 230 pounds.

On Tuesday January 14th, 2020, Glenn was reported missing and last seen in the area of East River Road in Glenmora. If anyone has seen or has information about Olivia Faith Glenn, they are ask to contact your local law Enforcement agency or the Rapides Parish Sheriff’s Office at 318-473-6700 or the RPSO Juvenile Detectives at 318-473-6727.

On December 17th, 2019, deputies received a complaint in reference to allegations of murder for hire.  Deputies took the...
01/13/2020

On December 17th, 2019, deputies received a complaint in reference to allegations of murder for hire. Deputies took the initial report and Detectives were assigned the case for further investigation. During their investigation, detectives developed Brandon Wade Beck, 44, of Alexandria as a suspect. Through their investigation detectives were able to establish sufficient probable cause that supported the original allegations. A warrant was granted for Beck’s arrest in reference to (1) One Count - Solicitation for Murder.

On December 19th, Beck was taken into custody without incident and booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center. Following Beck’s arrest, Detectives executed a search warrant at his residence located in the 5200 block of Rue Notre Dame in Alexandria. Beck was released from the Detention center on December 23rd, after posting a $150,000 Commercial Bond.

Arrestee:
Brandon Wade Beck, 44
5241 Rue Notre Dame Alexandria, LA

Charge(s):

(1) One Count - Solicitation for Murder

On Sunday December 8th, 2019, Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a shooting that occurred near the intersection of Hog Lake...
12/10/2019

On Sunday December 8th, 2019, Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a shooting that occurred near the intersection of Hog Lake Road and Louisiana Highway 454 in the Kolin area. According to witnesses the suspect Kyle Lucien Ryland, 25, and victim Steven Wayne Saucier, 56, both of the Kolin area engaged in a verbal altercation. During the altercation Ryland allegedly brandished a firearm and fatally shot Saucier. Detectives as well as Crime Scene Investigators responded and initiated an investigation. Representatives of the Rapides Parish Coroner’s Office and Investigators of the District Attorney’s Office assisted with the investigation. Sufficient probable cause was established and a warrant was granted for Ryland’s arrest in reference to one count – 2nd Degree Murder.

On Monday December 9th, Ryland was taken into custody without incident and booked in to the Rapides Parish Detention Center. Ryland is currently being detained at the detention center in lieu of posting a $250,000 bond.

Arrestee:
Kyle Lucien Ryland, 25
115 Cannon Road Pineville, LA

Charges:
One Count - 2nd Degree Murder

On November 18th, 2019, deputies responded to take a report of criminal sexual conduct involving juveniles that occurred...
12/03/2019

On November 18th, 2019, deputies responded to take a report of criminal sexual conduct involving juveniles that occurred in the Calcasieu area. Deputies took the initial report and Detectives were assigned the case for the follow up investigation. Detectives identified Herbert Ray Pollard, Jr., 41, of Lecompte as a suspect. Through their investigation detectives were able to establish sufficient probable cause that supported the original allegations. Warrants were granted for Pollard’s arrest in reference to (3) Three Counts - Aggravated Crimes Against Nature.

On November 22nd, Pollard was taken into custody by members of the U.S. Marshals Violent Offender Task Force and booked into the Rapides Parish Detention Center. Pollard was later booked by representatives of the Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Correction Division of Probation and Parole in reference to a Parole Violation. Pollard is currently being held without bond at the Detention Center in reference to the Parole Violation, as well as in lieu of posting a $450,000.00 bond relating to the sexually based crimes.

Arrestee:
Herbert Ray Pollard, Jr., 41
23 H Strange Road Lecompte, LA

Charge(s):
(3) Three Counts - Aggravated Crimes Against Nature
(1) One Count - Parole Violation

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Great job RPSO🇺🇸
Please find Timothy Bucky Tarver. It's been months and no answers but hundreds of leads!
There is a New Sheriff in town. Go Sheriff Mark Wood!!!🇺🇸
Any news on the recent body they found? I hate it when a story starts but the public never hears the end of it. So many people missing. An update would be nice!
There is rumor that a old local t.v. station is watching families in there homes. The old local station that is in rumor is kylx. Can someone please check it out. I heard it is located on loblobby lane or old boyce road.
Any of our local Sheriff department members up for the challenge!? 😉 https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=2877865382241845&id=181958658499211
Does Norsworthy still work for your dept? Your phone stays busy. He has yet to return my phone call about the attack on me from 5/27/19
Saw an accident happen at the Esler Road, Hwy 28 E intersection. The traffic light was not working, again. People do not treat it as a four way stop, as they should and someone was rear ended. The Law enforcement folks should educate the public on what the proper thing to do is in that situation. Also might remind drivers that running a red light is illegal. I see this everyday.
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