On Sept. 22, Alma J. Brown held Open House. There were many parents and family members in attendance. Larnell Flannagan, Superintendent of the Laboratory Schools and Dean of the College of Education and Professional Studies and our Assistant Superintendent, Vicki Brown were in attendance to welcome our parents. Flannagan welcomed all in attendance and shared his vision for our schools. A special thanks to all of our parents and family members for making time in their busy schedules to attend this meeting.
As the result of a lengthy residential burglary investigation by the Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office, three men have been arrested for various charges related to drugs and firearms, while another is still being sought for quetioning.
Maj. Stephen Williams with the sheriff’s office said that on April 24 deputies arrested Jacob C. Horn, 20, of 8411 Quitman Highway, Quitman, after Horn fled from a vehicle that had been pulled over for a traffic stop.
The door-to-door surveying may be over, but the service that comes with the Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office Concentrated Area Patrol program will still be available to anyone looking for some police help in a specific area.
Sheriff Mike Stone’s CAP program — which is designed to better connect with the public and address the day in and day out concerns of the citizens of Lincoln Parish — has been in effect since April when deputies were out getting surveys filled out by residents on how the department is doing and where it needs improvement.