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  • Attempted Coke Machine Theft
    Detectives with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office need the public’s help in identifying a couple of thieves that was seen on surveillance video trying to break into the Coke machine at a local apartment complex. On Jan. 30, 2020, two unknown suspects were caught on video trying to break... more »
  • A Picture is Worth A thousand Words
    Bossier Sheriff’s K-9 deputies Sgt. Daniel Tally and Billy Williams and Patrol Commander Charles Gray were presented with a special picture from some Haughton residents. Mr. Bobby McClain and Susan McClain presented this special picture to the K-9 team for what they say... more »
  • Special Proclaimation
    The Bossier Sheriff’s Office received high praise from the Town of Benton for the last month's fundraiser for Benton Police Department’s Officer LaRandle Taylor. Bossier deputies Mary Kerry and Brandon Masters received an official proclamation from Benton’s Mayor Shelly Horton, Jr. in recognition for organizing the hamburger fundraiser... more »
  • Check Presentation to Officer LaRandle Taylor
    Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington presented Benton Police Department Officer LaRandle Taylor a check nearing $24,000 from yesterday's hamburger fundraiser. Sheriff Whittington expressed his pleasure showed by the community in helping a member of the law enforcement community. “I think like this really backs up what I’m saying... more »
  • Bossier Sheriffs Office Helps Search for Missing Bossier City Man
    The Bossier Sheriff’s Office Marine Patrol unit launched a boat Saturday morning, while a drone operator used her “eyes in the sky” to search Red Chute Bayou for missing Bossier City man, Garrett Wilson. Lt. Billy Jones and Dep. Reigan Malmay launched a jon boat into Red Chute Bayou... more »
  • K-9 In-service Training
    Bossier Sheriff Julian is pleased to announce the first-ever K-9 In-service Training at the Sheriff’s Firing Range in Plain Dealing on Monday and Tuesday. Sgt. Daniel Talley, BSO’s K-9 supervisor and one of only a few certified Master Trainers of Police K-9s in our area, conducted the training. “This... more »
  • Bossier Sheriff's Office Receives State Grant to Curb DWI
    Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington is pleased to announce that the Bossier Sheriff’s Office has been awarded the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission Impaired Driving Enforcement grant for 2020. The $14,000 grant will be used to increase enforcement of impaired driving and other traffic violations, such as seat belt usage and... more »
  • Detective Recognized For Outstanding Work
    Gingerbread House Recognizes Bossier Sheriff’s Office Detective Det. Debra McKay is like most of the detectives with the Bossier Sheriff’s Office – she is steadfast in her efforts to help victims of crimes and bring perpetrators to justice. She works relentlessly, often times behind the scenes as she conducts... more »
  • Warning! SCAM - Dont Click that Link!
    Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force Warns of Recent Trend in Text Scams The Bossier Financial Crimes Task Force is warning residents about a trend in text scams recently reported in Bossier Parish. The text messages are disguised as delivery notifications from companies such as Amazon and FedEx but have... more »
  • SEVEN ARRESTED FOR PROSTITUTION, PANDERING
    The Bossier Sheriff-Police Narcotics/Vice Task Force arrested four people for prostitution and three others for pandering at various locations in Bossier City over the past week. Arrested on July 31 were sisters Shelby Pickard, 27, and Alexandria Pickard, 29, of the 100 block of 15 th Street... more »