Franklin Parish Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Franklin Parish Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 6556 Main Street, Winnsboro, 71295 LA
  • Chief:
Phone: (318) 435-4505
Fax: (318) 435-5810
Website:

Franklin Parish Sheriff's Office is located at 6556 Main Street, Winnsboro, 71295 LA. The Franklin Parish Sheriff's Office phone number is (318) 435-4505.

Franklin Parish Sheriff's Office News

Sheriff Kevin Cobb and the Franklin Parish Sheriff's Office is thankful for the service of all the Veterans that served or are currently serving on this Veterans Day. We are thankful to the individuals who have sacrificed for freedom in our community. At FPSO we are proud to have several Veterans who work with us and are very thankful for their service.

We had a great time joining the residents at Charlyn's Halloween Carnival. Pictured from the Sheriff's Office are Deputy Tasha Washington who oversees FPSO's TRIAD Program, Deputy David Rigdon and Sheriff Kevin Cobb.

Today kids are lending a hand in support of Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence Awareness. Pictured is a FPSO Patrol car with multicolored handprints in honor of today's event.

Sheriff Kevin Cobb would like to advise the public that the Franklin Parish Sheriff's Office will be assisting in a mock evacation of the MaryAnna Nursing Home in Wisner, Louisiana, today at 1:30PM. Please be advised this is only a drill to assist the Facility in the case of an actual emergency. If you notice increased traffic in the area, again, please be advised this is only a drill and there is no actual emergency.

104 Year old Mr. Booker T. Burkhalter

104 Year Old Ms. Beatrice Neatherland

Today, October 5, 2018, Sheriff Kevin Cobb and the Franklin Parish Sheriff's Office hosted the annual TRIAD Fish Fry for our seniors. A great time was had by those in attendance. Special thanks to the United Pentecostal Church Winnsboro for allowing us to host this event in the Family Life Center. Thanks to Tasha Washington, TRIAD Program Coordinator. Also, thanks to the many volunteers who assist in making this event the success it is each year!

A great time was had by all at our Annual Franklin Parish Sheriff's Office TRIAD Fish Fry. We are blessed in Franklin Parish! Sheriff Kevin Cobb would like to thank everyone who came out and the various sponsors that donated door prizes. We also would like to thank Winnsboro United Pentecostal Church, Pastor Hawthorne and Powell for allowing us to host this event in their facility. Included in these photos are two of our 100+ year olds-- the rock stars of our parish! More photos to come!

Deputy Tasha Washington is hard at work getting things ready for the 2018 Annual TRIAD Fish Fry. Sheriff Kevin Cobb would like to remind our seniors that this event is this Friday, October 5, 2018, at United Pentecostal Church, Family Life Center, Loop Road, Winnsboro, LA 71295. Doors open to seniors age 65 and older at 10:30am. The meal will be served at 11:30am. This is a great time of fellowship with information on current events in Franklin Parish, a great meal and door prizes! For more information or to RSVP contact Tasha at FPSO at (318)435-9735. We look forward to seeing you this Friday!!

Today marks thirteen years since Friday, July 15, 2005. On that day we lost our friend and brother, FP-25 Sgt. Rogelio "Roy" Gonzalez, Jr. He will always be loved and remembered for serving with great honor and dedication. His service to the people of Franklin Parish will never be forgotten. We will see you again. EOW: July 15, 2005

Don't forget Stay On Court Not In Court starts tomorrow! We hope to see you there!

Sheriff Kevin Cobb and Deputies would like to wish everyone a happy and safe July 4th. Today we celebrate the birth of our great nation- American Independence Day!

Today we remember those who gave their all in service for our country. Many in Franklin Parish have given their life in service to our country. We appreciate the sacrifice of these great men and women.

Each year as part of Sheriff's Safety Day we award one student from each school a new bicycle and helmet. Pictured are some of our winners with Sheriff Kevin Cobb and Program Coordinators Mrs. Joyce Harper and Sgt. Jimmy Harper. Congratulations and stay safe!!!

FRANKLIN PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE NARCOTICS INVESTIGATION YIELDS EIGHTY-FOUR ARREST WARRANTS Franklin Parish Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division issued eighty-four arrest warrants for forty-nine individuals early Monday morning as the result of "Operation How DARE You." These warrants are the result of a multi-month investigation by this office into narcotic trafficking. Numerous individuals are in custody and we expect to arrest those remaining soon. Of the individuals charged, fourteen are currently active on probation or parole from previous arrests. Bonds range from $15,000.00 to $125,000.00. “This investigation is part of our ongoing effort to disrupt narcotic activity in the parish,” stated Cobb. As in previous investigations resulting in several arrests, the charges range from distribution of synthetic cannabinoid, to distribution of methamphetamine, crack cocaine, powder cocaine, marijuana and various prescription medication. The charges result in drugs being seized through the operation and removed from our streets. Sheriff Cobb states, “our narcotics investigations are always ongoing. We expect numerous additional arrests will occur throughout the next several months.” The list of those charged will be released soon.

As the school year comes to a close, we are excited to have graduated near 350 students from our DARE Program. DARE stands for Drug Abuse Resistance Education. In Franklin Parish we teach DARE to fifth grade students at Baskin School, Crowville School, Family Community Christian School, Franklin Academy, Fort Necessity School, Gilbert School and Winnsboro Elementary School. The mission of DARE is teaching students good decision-making skills to help them lead safe and healthy lives. DARE is not only about the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. It also educates students on bullying, school safety, respect for self and others and other ways to be safe. Congratulations to the 2018 DARE classes. We hope that the lessons you learned will stay with you for a lifetime! Thank you to each school for giving us the time to share this important program! Photos are attached with students and teachers from each school. Also in many of the photos are Sheriff Kevin Cobb and Sgt. Bill Hendrix, DARE facilitator.

#sheriffsafetyday Thanks to our presenters, volunteers and teachers that came out with each group!!

#sheriffsafetyday off to a great start!

We are looking forward to Franklin Parish Sheriff's Safety Day 2018 with Franklin Parish sixth grade students today! Photos of the fun to come! #sheriffsafetyday

Yesterday, May 7, 2018, at Franklin Parish High School, students from throughout the parish participated in the 2018 Franklin Parish Special Olympics. Sheriff Cobb was on hand for the event and enjoyed spending time with all who were involved. Special thanks to the program organizers who helped make the day such a success. Below are a few photos from the event.

Please be reminded that the Franklin Parish Property Tax Sale is tomorrow, Wednesday, May 9, 2018 at 10:00am. If you are unsure if your 2017 property taxes are paid, contact the Sheriff's Office at (318)435-9735.

Congratulations to Franklin Parish Sheriff's Office North Delta Law Enforcement Academy 136 graduates. Pictured is Sheriff Kevin Cobb, Deputy Augusta Shaw, Deputy and Class President Seth Arender and Deputy Bobby Southern. We congratulate you on your achievement and completion of POST certification requirements.

It was an honor to be with Trooper Bobby Smith's family, along with Colonel Reeves and staff at the highway dedication on US 425, Louisiana Highway 15, in Chase, LA. Thirty-two years ago Trooper Smith was involved in an encounter. As a result, he lost his vision. Trooper Smith turned that situation into something that has inspired others, especially those wearing the badge. He passed away in 2016. It will be an honor to work the highway that is dedicated in his name.

The Franklin Parish Sheriff's Office is working an alleged threat made to Fort Necessity School. The Sheriff's Office is working closely with school officials on this matter. A threat was made via text message and the school will remain on lockdown for the remainder of the day. If a parent desires to check their child out they can do so, per school officials.