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Sheriff's PIO charged with felony theft

Long-time Acadia Parish Sheriff’s Office public information officer Maxine Trahan was booked into the Acadia Parish jail Friday on a charge of felony theft over $25,000.

DOTD postpones service road work

It’s not only Crowley residents who are growing frustrated with the amount of time being taken to make significant progress on Crowley’s service road.
City Engineer Tim Mader, already upset with the many weather delays that have pushed back the project, recently received a letter from Seth Woods, project engineer, Department of Transportation and Development, explaining why there has been “so little work completed on the access road, even though there have been many good weather days.”

Questions surround rampage

Screen capture from Youtube video posted by user Brandon Ford on April 12, 2016.
Ford's video post has received about 9,000 views.

By 9 a.m. Thursday, a man sweeping up between the aisles and another repairing the ice cream freezer were the only signs of the pandemonium which took place Tuesday at the Petro Station at the Estherwood/Iota Exit off of Interstate 10.

P.J. president: ‘Things haven’t changed’

Frustration with the solid waste collection service being provided by Progressive Waste Solutions was more than evident during Tuesday night’s meeting of the Acadia Parish Police Jury.

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