SPSO Officers travel to Lafourche Parish to assist local sheriff’s office after hurricane Ida

Deputy Dylan Alford, Sergeant Donald Williams, Deputy Colton Branam
Early Friday morning, Deputy Dylan Alford, Sergeant Donald Williams and Deputy Colton Branam left Sabine Parish headed to the Lockport area in LaFourche Parish.
 
These deputies have volunteered to help in Hurricane Ida recovery efforts in Southeast Louisiana. These deputies will stay for a few days assisting the Lafourche Parish Sheriffs Office.
 
Several of our Deputies have graduated from the Lafourche Sheriff’s Regional P.O.S.T. Academy in Thibodaux during this past year. Sheriff Aaron Mitchell said he is fortunate for the opportunity to help Sheriff Craig Webre and his department.
 
Sheriff Mitchell commends these Deputies for taking time away from their families to help others in need. Sheriff Mitchell said several Sabine Parish Deputies will be going to South Louisiana over the next several weeks.
 
SOURCE: SPSO


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