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Wed
17
Feb

Sherriff’s office seeking assistance to find three men in Walmart theft

Sherriff’s office seeking assistance to find three men in Walmart theft
Sherriff’s office seeking assistance to find three men in Walmart theft
Sherriff’s office seeking assistance to find three men in Walmart theft

The Winn Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking for assistance in locating these three men who are suspected to be involved with stealing over $2,000 worth of merchandise at the Winnfield Walmart.

The Winn Parish Sheriff ’s Office is seeking assistance in identifying three individuals in relation to a theft at Walmart for over $2,200. They are white male subjects, and may be in a white Crown Victoria with after-market wheels and a mid-90s model Ford F-150 or F-250, dark in color, with after-market fog lights, blue headlight bulbs, cab lights, and chrome fenders.

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Wed
10
Feb

Joint investigation unravels dark web cache of child pornography and multiple felony charges of Natchitoches man

Joint investigation unravels dark web cache of child pornography and multiple felony charges of Natchitoches man

Mugshot of Christopher Aaron Stanfield who has been arrested and charged with over 500 images and videos of child pornography.

An 8-month long disturbing joint investigation by the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff ’s Office Criminal Investigations Division, Natchitoches Parish Sheriff ’s Office High Tech Crime Unit, Rapides Parish Sheriff ’s Office, Louisiana State Police Bureau of Investigations, Rapides Parish Sheriff ’s Office, US Postal Service, Bossier City Marshal Office NWLA-ICAC Task Force, Natchitoches Parish District Attorney’s Office and Natchitoches Multi-Jurisdictional Drug Task Force has led to the arrest of a Natchitoches man on multiple felony charges ranging from child pornography, narcotics, theft, identity theft and others according to Natchitoches Parish Sheriff Stuart Wright.

The investigation began back in May of 2020 when Rapides Parish Sheriff ’s Deputies contacted the NPSO Criminal Investigations Division reporting that they had arrested 33-year-old Christopher Aaron Stanfield of Natchitoches on narcotics, weapon and property offenses.

Wed
10
Feb

Fire department save family in burning home

Fire department save family in burning home

It was a scary and dangerous February, 1 for the Winnfield Fire Dept. Early in the morning, fire fighters responded to a mobile home residential fire on Lennox Ave.

Off duty fire fighters arrived to find fire and smoke coming from the rear of the home. It was at this time fire fighters noticed a neighbor screaming that a woman and her two infant children were inside.

Fire fighters then observed a woman at the back door with fire and smoke around her holding her two children screaming for help.

 

 

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Wed
10
Feb

LDH expands list of those who prioritized COVID­19 vaccine

This week, 378 vaccine providers across the state will receive very limited doses of COVID vaccine. These providers — including 112 chain pharmacies, 127 independent pharmacies, 52 hospitals, 15 community health centers (including 13 federally qualified health centers, or FQHCs), 6 rural health clinics (RHCs), 28 public health providers and 38 other healthcare sites — represent all nine public health regions and 64 parishes of the state.

LDH has published the list of participating providers, along with their locations and contact information, on its website: covidvaccine.la.gov. In addition, residents can call 211 to find a vaccine provider near them.

Future distribution is dependent on vaccine made available to the state, among other factors. To stress, there is no guarantee that providers receiving vaccine this week will receive vaccine in the future.

 

 

 

Wed
10
Feb

School board prepares for the end of school year

During the regular Winn Parish School Board meeting on February 1, talks about the end of the year school LEAP testing occurred and how with the abbreviated year the school system would handle it.

Superintendent Steve Bartlett had talks with other parish superintendents about the weight that the test usually have on students.

“I don’t think it will be a wise decision to assess children on areas based on testing this year,” Bartlett said. “This has not been a usual year, in fact, it’s been most unusual. We started this school year late, lost one quarter of the yar last year, then we had Hurricane Laura come through, then Delta, all while battling COVID since last Spring. It’s been a difficult year for students and teavhers, and we don’t think it’s the right thing to do to punish students, districts, schools or teachers, but we still need the data they can yield.”

Wed
03
Feb

Winnfield Middle School Beta club

Winnfield Middle School Beta club

Winnfield Middle School Beta club is selling candy bars to help support the local council on aging. These girls have worked hard this school year supporting our community.

 

 

 

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Wed
03
Feb

The Winn Community Health Center

The Winn Community Health Center

The Winn Community Health Center partnered with the Winn Parish Sheriff’s Office and the Louisiana Sheriff Association to administer vaccines to sheriff deputies and staff. Above is Morgan Perry, of the Winn Parish Sheriff’s Office, recieving his vaccine.

Wed
03
Feb

LDWF stresses safety after three boating fatalities

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Enforcement Division is encouraging all boaters to practice safe boating while enjoying the waterways of Louisiana. This notice comes after three people have died in boating accidents in 2021.

The Enforcement Division has witnessed an uptick in the number of boating crash incidents and boating related fatalities in past couple years. The numbers of boating crash incidents reached 162 in 2020, up from 129 boating incidents in 2018 and 135 boating incidents in 2019. The number of boating fatalities also rose from 19 in 2018 and to 20 in 2019 and up to 24 in 2020.

Wed
03
Feb

Louisiana state income tax filing begins Friday, Feb. 12

The Louisiana Department of Revenue will begin accepting and processing 2020 state individual income tax returns on Friday, Feb. 12, 2021. The date coincides with the date the IRS begins accepting 2020 federal income tax returns.

On Feb. 12, Louisiana taxpayers can begin filing their state income tax returns electronically through Louisiana File Online, the state’s free web portal for individual tax filers. Louisiana File Online allows taxpayers to:

File returns and pay taxes electronically

Check the status of individual income tax refunds

 

 

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Wed
03
Feb

Winnfield man arrested for over 100 child pornography charges

Winnfield man arrested for over 100 child pornography charges

Jared Bumbalough, who was arrested for an additional 116 counts of pornography involving juveniles charged against him on Jan. 28.

Winnfield resident Jared Bumbalough was arrested by the Winn Parish Sheriff ’s Office, Sheriff Cranford Jordan announced, with an additional 116 counts of pornography involving juveniles on Jan. 28, after being arrested in 2019 for four counts.

Bumbalough has been held at the Winn Parish Detention Center since his first arrest with a $150,000 bond.

 

 

 

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