St. James Parish Sheriff's Office

St. James Sheriff's Office

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Emergency:  DIAL 911
Non-Emergency:  225.562.2200
Civil Division:   225.562.2211
Criminal Division:   225.562.2374
Westbank Office:   225.562.2510

BUSINESS HOURS
Administrative offices are open
Monday – Friday
7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Holiday Schedule

St. James Sheriff Willy J Martin Jr.

St. James Sheriff Willy J Martin Jr.

The St. James Parish Sheriff’s Office is committed to providing quality law enforcement to the residents, businesses, and visitors of our parish. We strive to maintain safe and secure communities so that our residents can live, prosper and have peace of mind.

NEWS RELEASES

Crime Report Week of Jan 7 – Jan 13, 2019

DURING THE WEEK OF 01/07/2019 TO 01/13/2019 THE ST. JAMES PARISH SHERIFF'S OFFICE, GRAMERCY POLICE DEPARTMENT & LUTCHER POLICE DEPARTMENT HANDLED 343 INCOMING COMPLAINTS. THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS WERE BOOKED INTO THE ST. JAMES PARISH DETENTION CENTER: BAILEY, JACE...

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Arrest Made in Christmas Eve Shooting

The St. James Parish Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest regarding the Christmas Eve shooting in Lutcher. Tyquan Twendell Williams (DOB 9/27/1994, Lutcher, LA) was arrested on January 9, 2019 and has been charged with LA R.S. 14:30.1 Second Degree Murder. The...

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Crime Report Week of Dec 31 – Jan 6, 2019

DURING THE WEEK OF 12/31/2018 TO 01/06/2018 THE ST. JAMES PARISH SHERIFF'S OFFICE, GRAMERCY POLICE DEPARTMENT & LUTCHER POLICE DEPARTMENT HANDLED 342 INCOMING COMPLAINTS. THE FOLLOWING SUBJECTS WERE BOOKED INTO THE ST. JAMES PARISH DETENTION CENTER: BATES, DONNELL...

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St. James Parish Sheriff's Office

Tigers and Milk...and Barran's Bears

Brooklynn and her mother Angel were in involved in a scary motor vehicle accident early this morning on La Hwy 3125 in St. James Parish. Luckily Brooklynn and her mother Angel were not hurt. Brooklynn was already not feeling well and now shaken up from the crash and after seeing her mother Angel emotionally upset, it made her even more sad.

Sergeant Dustin Poche and Deputy Genevieve Waguespack with St. James Parish Sheriff's Office arrived on scene and rendered aid to all parties involved. Sergeant Poche overheard Brookylnn telling her mother Angel that she wanted "tiger and milk". Angel explained to Sergeant Poche that Brooklynn was talking about Frosted Flakes, so Sergeant Poche assured Brooklynn that before they left he would have some Frosted Flakes delivered to her.

Sergeant Poche and Deputy Waguespack then gave Brooklynn a Barran's Bear which instantly cheered her up and put a smile back on her face.

(Also as promised, St. James Deputies brought Brooklynn her Frosted Flakes!) True compassion from St. James Finest!
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