Hessmer Police Department

  • Agency: Hessmer Police Department
  • Address: 4142 Bordelon Street, Hessmer, 71341 LA
  • Chief:
Phone: (318) 305-1802
Fax: (318) 597-9070
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Hessmer Police Department is located at 4142 Bordelon Street, Hessmer, 71341 LA. The Hessmer Police Department phone number is (318) 305-1802.

Hessmer Police Department News

Cheryl Cloessner, 60, was charged back in October 2015 with theft greater than $25,000, malfeasance in office, injuring public records, and filing false public records.

Thank you all for you phone calls and overwhelming support. We are rather small agency but try to handle all the big problems. Lately we have been investigating an unusual number amount of fraud cases. Please remember to use caution who you give information to over the phone and in person. I'm happy to report through cooperation with our agency and others we are getting these cases solved.

UPDATE: In reference to the vehicle burglaries that occurred on April 04th, 2018 the final suspect has been captured. Lafayette Parish Sheriff`s Office conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that Dale Damond was believed to be in. Once the vehicle came to a stop Dale Damond attempted to flee by foot but was captured within seconds. Hessmer Police Department wants to thank the Lafayette Parish Sheriff`s Office for their assistance in capturing the final suspect. Also the Avoyelles Parish Sheriff`s Office C.I.U Division for their assistance in the investigation. Dale D Damond of Lafayette will be transported back to Avoyelles Parish Sheriff’s Office DC-1 to be booked on several counts of Burglaries, Criminal Trespass, and Criminal Conspiracy. His bound is set at $500,000.00 Chief Kenneth Smith wants to remind the public and citizens to make sure their vehicles are locked when not occupied. Also please report any suspicious activity immediately by calling Hessmer Police Department at 318-305-1802 or 911. Thanks and God Bless!

Public Notice: If someone had a male subject show up at their residence asking to use a phone beginning at approximately 11:00pm on April 4th through April 5 early morning hours or during the day please contact the Hessmer Police Department. 318-305-1802. All Information will be confidential.

2 Lafayette Men Arrested for Vehicle Burglaries in the Hessmer Area On April 04th ,2018 around 10:30pm the Avoyelles Parish 911 Center received a call in reference to a vehicle burglary in progress at the Handley Apartments located on Main St in Hessmer. Upon officer’s arrival the subjects were gone when approximately an hour later Avoyelles 911 Center received another call from a subject stating several subjects were just involved in vehicle burglary`s on Gilbeau Subdivision Rd and was following the feeling vehicle into Hessmer City Limits. Hessmer Police Department set up a road block in attempts to stop fleeing vehicle when the vehicle attempted to strike one of the officer`s before pulling into Winner`s Circle Lane where two (2) male subjects exited the vehicle then fled on foot in a nearby field. The driver was immediately detained then a search of the area was conducted but was unsuccessful in locating the other two (2) subjects who had fled. Avoyelles Parish Sheriff’s Office and Hessmer Police Department join together and began their investigation into the incident. During the course of their investigation Dequanta Zachary and Rondale John-Louis both of Lafayette arrested and booked into the Avoyelles Parish jail on several counts of Burglary, conspiracy, and trespassing charges. Zachary was also charged with Aggravated Assault with a Motor Vehicle Upon a Peace Officer. Both subjects as today (04/06/18) is still be held at the Avoyelles Parish Jail. Rondale John-Louis is being held on a $275,000.00 bound Dequanta Zachary is being held on a $400,000.00 bound. The investigation is ongoing and more arrest are likely to be made.

Rally to encourage peace and to stop all the violence in Marksville July 29th 9:00am @ Bethune Youth Center. Support the great cause if you are able to attend.

Brittany Foret was in contact with the Hessmer Police Department in reference to an outstanding felony arrest warrant for forgery and Identity Theft. Brittany Foret agreed to voluntary turn herself over to authorities on June 26th but failed to do so. If anyone knows Brittany Foret whereabouts contact Hessmer Police Department by telephone or by message on Facebook. The public's assistance in this matter is greatly appreciated. Attached is a photo of Brittany Foret

Update In Regards To Tropical Storm Cindy: Cindy has made landfall near Holly Beach. Winds are down to 40 mph and that is mostly over the Gulf. So wind shouldn't be a huge issue in Central Louisiana but I wouldn't take the boat out today. There is a flood watch until this evening and a wind advisory. Because rain has been tame here so far, it looks like 2-4 inch storm totals will cover most areas, but isolated flooding remains a possibility as moisture levels remain off the charts high, and Cindy will continue to pinwheel rain bands our way. In fact, elevated rain chances will linger through at least Saturday. The most significant threat is isolated tornadoes when it comes to public safety and the sun popping out between rain bands will only serve to heighten that threat. These will generally be brief and tough to warn because they are moving quickly and spin up very fast. Sometimes the radar misses them altogether as they happen between the several minutes a radar takes to fully update between sweeps. So if it's raining really hard or dark and scary, go ahead and duck inside for a bit. There is a tornado watch until 1:00 PM for all areas in Central Louisiana. We hope everyone will use caution if you have to be outdoors today! GOD Bless You!

The Hessmer Police Department is anticipating the landfall of Tropical Storm Cindy within the next 24 hours. The National Weather Service expects our area will not experience the worst effects of the storm. The NWS forecasts is predicting 2-3 inches of rain along with winds reaching up to 50 mph The Village of Hessmer has sand bags located at the Ronald Mayeaux Baseball Field if anyone is in need. You must fill your own bags. We encourage everyone to prepare for the possibility of bad weather as early as possible. Rain is expected to begin in the early afternoon hours increasing in severity by the night hours. Please try to take care of any and all business or errands before the rain hits so you can avoid being on the roads. If any assistance is needed during the storm you can contact Avoyelles Parish 911 Center or Hessmer Police Department directly @ 318-305-1802. Remember if you see water on the roadway do not attempt to drive through. The water on the roadway might appear to be shallow but can sweep your vehicle off the roadway.

Please share: To all Village of Hessmer citizens they are sandbags available at the Ronald Mayeux Baseball Field. You must fill your own bags. A shovel is provided.

The Hessmer Police Department would like to wish all the fathers a Happy Father's Days!

Here is a video for all citizens in case you ever experience this type of activity.

Thanks to everyone who shared the photo of our wanted subject. Contact was made by Ms.Foret via telephone and this matter will be resolved.

Heavy weight boxing on the way to Cenla at the Rapides Coliseum.. We cant wait. Thank you David Rivas for making this happen. Share and Like.. Ticket sales soon... 😎😎😎

Are you ready for this weekend!? The Crossroads Festival will begin tomorrow Friday May 5th at 6pm at the Ronald Mayeaux Ball Park!!!! We hope to see you there! Please remember do not drink and drive.

The Hessmer Police Department would like to keep everyone who was effected by the flash flood yesterday in our prayers as the recovery process begins.

We would like to inform the citizens of Hessmer that our department Facebook page will be back up and running in a couple days. From Cheif Smith: Due to severe weather tonight and into tomorrow please drive carefully if you are on the roadway and always remember to buckle up.