• Camilla Del Bosque is shown the "office" of a policeman by Officer Tyson Dennis.
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  • Brelle Ford
  • Jaquandes Octave
  • The Chief’s Own Honor Guard members for the City of Gonzales Police Department who watched over Officer LaValley’s Coffin are from left Corporal Randy Clouatre Jr., Officer Derek LeBlanc and Officer Walter Taylor.

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Camilla Del Bosque is shown the "office" of a policeman by Officer Tyson Dennis.
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Gonzales, LA – On Sunday, August 30, officers with the City of Gonzales Police Department found out that local Girl Scout Troop 10166 would be using the training room at the police station to begin holding their monthly meetings. The girls, all first graders and Daisy Scouts, would be receiving...

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Gonzales, LA – On Sunday, August 23, shortly after 9;00 p.m., City of Gonzales Police Department officers were dispatched to a fight with shots fired at Quaker Steak and Lube, 2706 South Cabela’s Parkway, within the city limits. Upon arriving, officers learned that a subject identified as Ira Lee Williams...

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The City of Gonzales Police Department has arrested 23 year-old Brelle T. Ford, of 1120 South Lanoux Avenue, Gonzales, on charges of one count of bank fraud and one count of felony identity theft. The arrest is a result of an investigation into Ford providing false and fictitious information to...

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Gonzales, LA – Detectives with the City of Gonzales Police Department have made two arrests in connection with the Roussel’s armed robbery, located at 1486 N. Airline Hwy. in Gonzales, which occurred on July 14, 2015. Three additional suspects are still being actively sought relative to their part in this...

The Chief’s Own Honor Guard members for the City of Gonzales Police Department who watched over Officer LaValley’s Coffin are from left Corporal Randy Clouatre Jr., Officer Derek LeBlanc and Officer Walter Taylor.
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Gonzales, LA - City of Gonzales Mayor Barney Arceneaux and Chief of the City of Gonzales Police Department Sherman Jackson were among of hundreds of visitors paying their respects to Shreveport Police Officer Thomas LaValley at his wake on Monday morning, August 10. LaValley, a 29 year-old St. Amant native,...

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Gonzales, LA – Chief of the City of Gonzales Police Department Sherman Jackson and owner of Expert maintenance and Construction Services James Moore are holding a “Back to School Bash” on Saturday, August 8 thanks to Needy of Baton Rouge. From 2 p.m. until 6 p.m., any Ascension resident, who...