DeSoto Parish Crime Stoppers is offering a reward up to $1,000 for any information that leads to the arrest of the person or persons responsible in this case. Anyone with any information is asked to call the Crime Stoppers line at 1 -800-505-7867 or contact Detective Jordan Ebarb at the DeSoto Parish Sheriff’s Office at 318-872-3956.
Hunter's Education Courses are open to persons of all ages, but only those 10 years of age or older are eligible for certification. Upon successful completion of the course, students receive a Louisiana Hunter Education Certificate Card that is recognized by all states and provinces that require hunter education.
Desoto Sheriff Jay Richardson would like to notify the public that Ray Sharrow, formerly Captain over the Narcotics Division, has been promoted to Chief Criminal Deputy within the Desoto Parish Sheriff's Office.
The 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe is designed to bring together law enforcement and students to create conversa ons about maintaining a drug free parish. Many items to be featured in the D.A.R.E vehicle were donated by local individuals and businesses..
The DeSoto Parish sheriff sued the LLA after auditors subpoenaed some personnel records as part of an investigation into complaints about the department’s Local Agency Compensated Enforcement (LACE) details.
Last Friday, September 14, the DeSoto Parish Sheriff's Office lost their beloved retired K-9 Deputy Kyra. Kyra served DeSoto Parish for eight years until she retired to her home with Cpl. Kyle Martin and his family in 2015. Kyra spent her life protecting the citizens of Desoto Parish as well as the Deputies she served with, including Cpl.
Trey D. Wilson, 26, was taken into custody and transported to the DeSoto Parish Detention Center. He was later booked on the following charges: four counts of distribution of schedule I drugs (Ecstasy), two counts of distribution of schedule I drugs...
Until March 2017, the DeSoto Parish sheriff collected fines and court costs generated from Local Agency Compensated Enforcement (LACE) details and distributed them to the Criminal Court Fund, the Sheriff’s Office, the District Attorney’s office and 11 other entities.