WFP Sheriff's Office

Sheriff's Report, 11-9-14

sheriff new logo 2014The following people were booked into the West Feliciana Parish Prison from November 9 - November 15, 2014

November 9, 2014

Beattie, Richard J., Jr.:  47, 5690 Primrose Road, St. Francisville - Probation Violator

November 10, 2014

Dunn, Devoine:  55, 6850 Indian Mound, St. Francisville - Battery Of A Police Officer; Resisting An Officer (2 Counts)

November 12, 2014

Barrett, Andrew J.:  40, 4761 Camellia Street, St. Francisville - Domestic Abuse Battery

November 13, 2014

Patterson, Misty A.:  36, 14171 Highway 10, St. Francisville - Bench Warrant Remaining On Premises; Simple Criminal Damage To Property; Less Than $500; Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia 

November 15, 2014

Parker, Leslie:  35, 3822 Miller Road, Jackson - DWI With Juvenile; Negligent Injuring (4 Counts); Reckless Operation; No Child Restraint 

Sheriff's Report 11.2.14

sheriff new logo 2014The following people were booked into the West Feliciana Parish Prison from November 4-November 12, 2014

November 4, 2014
Turner, Devon R.:  22, 7163 Bob White Drive, St. Francisville
Illegal Possession Of Stolen Things 

November 5, 2014
Anderson, Vontrea K.:  21, 5987 Street D, St. Francisville
Domestic Abuse Battery 

Johnson, Clinton C.:  17, 7712 Highway 61, St. Francisville
Domestic Abuse Battery 

Smith, Charla M.:  23, 5766 Street C, St. Francisville
Domestic Abuse Battery 

November 6, 2014
Turner, Devon R.:  22, 7163 Bob White, St. Francisville
Aggravated Burglary 

THANK YOU, West Feliciana

2770057-231801-thank-you-vector-stampTHANK YOU to West Feliciana for supporting the Sheriff's Office by renewing our tax!

Thanks to you, we will be able to continue providing the same, and better, high quality service that you have grown to expect from us. We are dedicated to serve this parish and are constantly looking for ways to improve. 

Some of the things we do and will continue to do are as follows:

Cost Saving Measures:

·        Practicing Attrition
·        Work Release Program
·        Implemented Divisional Budgets
·        Monthly Budget Analysis
·        Equipment Standardization
·        Fit for Duty, Fit for Life Wellness Program
·        Specialized Training to Reduce Insurance Premiums
The Sheriff’s Office has 71 full time employees:

·        15 Uniform Patrol
·        14 Detention
·        8 Investigations/Narcotics
·        9 Communications/911
·        4 Civil/Tax Collection/Fines and Fees
·        4 Maintenance
·        2 Courthouse Security
·        4 School Resource Officers
·        3 Accounting/Human Resources
·        6 Administration
·        1 Homeland Security / Emergency Preparedness
·        1 Training

Call Volume:

·        The call volume is dramatically increasing and yet we are able to maintain our level of service.
·        In 1999, the Sheriff’s Office received 2712 calls for assistance.
·        In 2000, 3890 calls.
·        In 2013, 11,000 calls.
·        In 2014 (Jan-Jul), 7,580 calls.

In 2013, the Sheriff’s Office had:

·        11,000   CAD Dispatches
·        5,500     911 Calls
·        55,000   NCIC Checks (Criminal/Drivers License Checks)
·        45,000   Incoming and Outgoing Calls
·        8,400 People checked in and out of the courthouse
·        970 Detention Center Bookings, 0 escapes
·        347 inmate transport hours
·        102 Days of court
·        10 Substance Abuse Program Completions

In 2013, the Civil Division:

  • Collected and disbursed $21.5 Million in taxes
  • Collected and disbursed $640,000 in Parish License Fees, Garnishments, Fines, Court Costs, Bond Fees and Accident Reports
  • Conducted 11 Sheriff’s Sales
  • Served over 6,000 Papers (Civil and Criminal)

  • Animal Control averages about 20 calls per week or 950 per year
  • Litter Patrol collecting approximately 125 bags per week or 6,500 annually
Criminal Investigations:

·        The Sheriff’s Office has a 20-30% higher case closure rate than the regional and national average.
Narcotics / Investigations:

·        In 2013, the Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division had 56 cases resulting in 67 arrests.

Uniform Patrol:

·        In 2013, WFPSO Uniform Patrol responded to 6,240 incidents, which included traffic stops, alarm calls, 911 hang ups, auto accidents, public assistance, reckless operations, suspicious persons, and disturbances.


·        WFPSO assists Angola with a variety of operations and events.

 School Resource:

·        WFPSO provides 4 School Resource Officers, security and escorts for sporting events and after school activities, DARE, and traffic control before/after school.

 Drug and Alcohol Awareness Council:

·        The West Feliciana Parish Drug and Alcohol Awareness Council provides guest speakers at the schools throughout the year and hosts annual events like the health fair, mini farm, vets fest, summer fun day, open house, and more.

 Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness:

·        WFPSO coordinates homeland security efforts for the entire parish


For more information, ask to speak with Sheriff Daniel at the courthouse annex Monday thru Friday, 8am to 4:30pm or call 635-3241. 

Kid's Christmas Seeking Donations

kids christmas 2012Sheriff J. Austin Daniel has announced that the 15th annual Kid’s Christmas has been scheduled for Saturday, December 13th, 2014.

The event will be held at the West Feliciana Middle School gym and will begin at 11am. Santa will arrive at 11:30am, and hot dogs and jambalaya will be served at 11:30am. The toy selection and bicycle give away will begin at Noon.

Every child present will get to choose one toy and will be entered for a chance to win one of the many bicycles donated to the program. 

This year, the Kid’s Christmas toy fund is in need of toys as well as monetary donations.

Anyone wishing to contribute may come by the Sheriff’s Office or call Barbara Bonaventure at 225-784-3109.

“I would like the public to know that everyone is invited to see the delight and excitement on the kid’s faces as they visit with Santa, select their toys and win the bicycles. We are honored to host this event and humbled by your outpouring of support. These gifts may be the only gifts some of these children will receive, so your support is greatly appreciated,” said Sheriff Daniel.

Sheriff's Report 10-26-14

sheriff new logo 2014The following people were booked into the West Feliciana Parish
Prison from October 26 - November 1, 2014

October 26, 2016

Phillips, Rick J.:  48, 123 Highway 107, Center Point, La
Introduction of contraband in a state correctional institute;
Cruelty to animals

October 27, 2014

Franklin, Jeffery D.:  34, 3530 Holly Street, Zachary
DWI 1st Offense; Improper Lane Usage; Traveling Wrong Way; Open Container;
Resisting An Officer

October 28, 2014

Sutton, Bobby D.:  36, 12006 Old Bonita Road, Bastrop
Speeding 67/45; Driving Under Suspension; No Proof Of Insurance

October 31, 2014

Timmons, Devonne J.:  23, College Park, GA
Speeding 86/55; Reckless Operation 

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