PUBLIC ASSISTANCE REQUESTED: The Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying burglary suspects. In the early morning hours of Saturday, May 31, 2014, the pictured vehicle was captured on surveillance video at a business located on Highway 90 between Rayne and Crowley where many items were stolen. The vehicle is described as a 2005-2011 Chevrolet HHR silver in color. At the time this video was captured, a for sale sign could be seen on the front windshield on the passenger side of the vehicle. A white female is believed to be the passenger in the vehicle. If you can help Acadia Parish Detectives in identifying the pictured vehicle or occupants of the vehicle, please call the Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office at 337-788-8720 or 337-788-8772.
By a unanimous roll call vote, the Acadia Parish School Board adopted a resolution to adopt the millage rates for the 2014 tax year at its June meeting Monday night.
The new sign in front of Acadia General Hospital (AGH) was unveiled Monday morning during a ceremony in front of the hospital. Standing in front of the sign are, from left, Caroline Marceaux, AGH chief nursing officer; Charmaine Vidrine, AGH interim CEO; Dr. Cason delaHoussaye, board of directors chairman; Zach Landry, AGH administrative assistant; and David Callecod, president/CEO Lafayette General Health.
If the optimism expressed by the speakers as well as those in attendance is any indication, Monday was a big day for the people in Acadia Parish.