St. Martinville Police Department

  • Agency: St. Martinville Police Department
  • Address: 105 N New Market St, Saint Martinville, 70582 LA
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Phone: 337 394-3001
Fax: 337-394-7982
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St. Martinville Police Department is located at 105 N New Market St, Saint Martinville, 70582 LA. The St. Martinville Police Department phone number is 337 394-3001.

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Bridge Closure - Thursday April 6th Please share with your fellow residents Plan a different route to school or work See announcement below from DOTD Road or Lane Status St. Martin Parish – LA 96 (East Bridge Street) – Bridge Closure Wednesday, April 05, 2017 2:13 PM ST. MARTINVILLE, LA - The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) announces that LA 96 (East Bridge Street), between New Market Street and Pinaud Street, will be closed on Thursday, April 6, for emergency bridge repairs. The work is estimated to take place from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., weather permitting. The detour route will include LA 347, LA 92 and LA 31. DOTD appreciates your patience and reminds you to please drive with caution and be on the lookout for work crews and their equipment. DOTD apologizes for any inconvenience this necessary work may cause.

At the February 20th City Council Meeting we honored someone that was long overdue for this recognition, Mr. LP Bourque has supported our Police Dept for years and has never been too busy to give us a tow. He operates a successful business that is driven by his tireless work ethic and a demand to provide professional service. On behalf of SMPD Officers, past & present, THANK YOU Mr. LP!

February 17, 2017 Over the last several months, within the city limits of St. Martinville, there have been over 20 incidents of property damage caused by unknown persons shooting BB guns randomly at resident’s homes and cars. This irresponsible behavior has caused our neighbors to spend their hard earned money on repairs and has them uncomfortable at their own home fearing when the next incident will occur. This is completely unacceptable and we are reaching out to the community for assistance in apprehending the person(s) committing these crimes. If you have information, please call St. Martin Crime Stoppers at: 337-441-3030. All callers will remain anonymous and are eligible to receive a cash reward if the information leads to an arrest. Thanks for your efforts in keeping OUR City safe, Calder Hebert, Chief PLEASE SHARE TO HELP YOUR NEIGHBOR

PRESS RELEASE St. Martinville Police Department February 7, 2017 12:45 P.M. Contact: Chief Calder Hebert 337-394-3001 Clifford Anthony JR turns himself into to Law Enforcement Officials (St. Martinville, LA) – Clifford Joseph Anthony JR, wanted on a charge of Attempted 2nd Degree Murder, turned himself into the St. Martin Parish Correctional Center on Tuesday February 7, 2017. This charge is the result of a domestic dispute that turned very violent on February 5th, 2017 at 305 South Vivier Street. Detectives with SMPD will take custody of Anthony for questioning prior to booking him into the Parish Correctional Center. Clifford Joseph Anthony JR 28 Year Old Black Male 5’10” / 160 lbs Charge: Attempted 2nd Degree Murder

ARREST WARANT FOR ATTEMPTED 2ND DEGREE MURDER IN ST. MARTINVILLE (St. Martinville, LA) – In the late afternoon on Sunday February 5th, 2017 a domestic dispute at 305 South Vivier turned very violent. As a result, an arrest has been issued for Clifford Joseph Anthony JR on the charge of 2nd Degree Attempted Murder. If anyone knows the whereabouts of Clifford Anthony JR, they are asked to contact St. Martinville City Police at 337-394-3001 or call 911 to be transferred. Clifford Joseph Anthony JR 28 Year Old Black Male 5’10” / 160 lbs Charge: Attempted 2nd Degree Murder Last Known Addresses: 305 S. Vivier Street St. Martinville 1052 Kirk Street St. Martinville

Thanks to the wonderful staff at the Early Head Start for allowing us to spend Tuesday morning reading with the students. This positive environment that surrounds the kids is so important at such an impressionable age. Deputy Chief Nedie, Officer Simon and I were honored to be invited and look forward to the next reading day. Please keep up the great work with our little ones!

Halloween Trick or Treat hours will be on Monday October 31st from 6 P.M. to 8 P.M. Please drive with extra caution during these hours as OUR Little Ones will be distracted with the various costumes while walking house to house. Have a great time and be safe.

I would like to thank Mayor Thomas Nelson and the SM City Council for their support of SMPD. The majority of our patrol units had served their better days and repairs costs became unacceptable. With the addition of five new units, we will be utilizing tax payer dollars in a more responsible manner. Thanks again to Mayor Nelson for working with me to improve SMPD!

During trying times like we are facing with this flood, the true characteristics of people tend to show: positive or negative. We receive support from residents and business owners and we really appreciate all of it. One local business owner and lifetime resident of St Martinville helped SMPD without hesitation in a time of need. We took on some water Saturday evening and didn't have the tools necessary to remove the water. Although the hardware store was closed, Mr. Lowell Gauthier (owner of Joyce's Supermarket) made sure we were equipped to prevent permanent damage to the police station. We worked through the night and today our station looks like we didn't receive a drop of water. In addition to equipping us with supplies, he insisted on providing lunch on Sunday to the SMPD Staff. BTW, this is not the first time he has supported SMPD. Mr. Lowell has always helped his community through countless fundraisers and very likely many things that I'm unaware of: I just want to publicly recognize his generosity for all in SM, Thanks Mr. Lowell!

The curfew that was set in place due to the flooding waters has been lifted. This doesn't mean that there are no longer areas of high water on the roadways or overflowing in some roadside ditches. Please use extreme caution when traveling. Be safe and courteous!

There will be a curfew from Saturday night beginning at 8 P.M. until Sunday morning at 6 A.M. in the City of St. Martinville and the entire Parish of St. Martin. For the safety and protection of all, we ask that this curfew be observed by all citizens.

I'm grateful that we have new flags on display at SMPD and it is due to thoughtful citizens wanting to support Law Enforcement. Thanks to Ronald and Pamela Rayburn, SMPD now proudly displays both the US and Louisiana flags. In addition to the flags and new hardware, this patriotic couple also installed a solar powered light that will allow our flags to fly 24/7. These acts of kindness and support are appreciated anytime, but are especially encouraging for all of us in BLUE during the trying times that we are experiencing.

Thanks to Ross Bernard and his friendly staff at State Farm for hosting breakfast. The Team of SMPD and SMSO enjoyed the great conversation and it was a great way to begin our day. We REALLY do APPRECIATE your support!

On behalf of the Officers and Staff of SMPD: THANKS for all the support and encouragement we have received from OUR COMMUNITY in the wake of the recent tragedies. From the kind words we hear on the streets, to the tasty treats that have been provided for our enjoyment. This gives us motivation to continue on our chosen mission of protecting OUR CITY. WE have to stand TOGETHER in order to conquer these trying times our nation is facing. We will continue to do our job, and you can continue depending on us to protect and serve you. Lora Mitchell Broussard D'eon Gregory Andrea B Viator Candace Rayburn Penny Campanella Stephanie Guidry Codi Dodge Troy LeBlanc Kim Duplantis Talley Joe Nedie Lil'Miss Pretty Vee Cody Laperouse Andrew Broussard Tim Savoy Logan Duplechain Edward Lyons Lance Laviolette David Peters Donald Johnson Kelly Dauphine Doug Simon Mitch Reed Chris Feller Craig Gregory II Brandy Sickey

PRESS RELEASE St. Martinville Police Department June 3, 2016 12:45 P.M. NARCOTICS ARRESTS FOLLOWING A SEARCH WARRANT IN ST. MARTINVILLE ON THURSDAY NIGHT (St. Martinville, LA) – After receiving multiple calls from residents in the area of 719 St. Ann Street concerning suspicious activity, the Criminal Investigations Division (CID) of the St. Martinville Police Department began surveillance. Once substantial information was gathered, a search warrant was obtained and executed on Thursday night by members of CID and the Patrol Division. Four adults and two children were located in the residence along with various narcotics. Coderald Mallery attempted to flee the residence but was captured after a short foot pursuit. The following individuals were issued summons and released on June 2, 2016: Erica Williams (St. Martinville) Possession of Schedule I Marijuana Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Denisha Ross (St. Martinville) Possession of Marijuana in the Presence of a Juvenile The following individuals were booked into the St Martin Parish Correctional Center on June 2, 2016: Coderald Mallery (St. Martinville) PWITD Schedule II Crack Cocaine PWITD Schedule II Cocaine HCL PWITD of Legend Drug Possession of Schedule II Hydrocodone Possession of Drug Paraphernalia Flight from an Officer Monies Derived Cruelty to a Juvenile (2 counts) Eric Hubbard (St. Martinville) Possession of Schedule IV Tramadol -END-

KEYS FOUND THIS MORNING (6/2/16) IN THE ARC PARKING LOT. Please share this post so the owner can call SMPD at 394-3001. You will have to give an accurate description of the key chain and some of the keys. Thanks in advance to all that share.

CONGRATS to Officer Doug Simon! He has earned and been awarded as Officer of the Quarter Doug has taken pride in assuring order at the ELC campus where the youngest of our school kids are transported daily. He isn't just a cop car with lights on, Doug is active with both school staff and the public alike. He displays a smile while being part of the community, but gets firm when the situation calls for enforcement. Although Officer Simon is considered part-time status, his contribution to SMPD is 24/7. Doug is always just a phone call away to assist and walks into the station with a smile. THANKS FOR SERVING YOUR COMMUNITY!

I want to give a personal thanks to the Patrolmen and Detectives at SMPD for working as a team after the shooting on Friday afternoon. The Detective Division remained focused through out the night, to include a trip to Natchez, MS, to solve this crime. PRESS RELEASE St. Martinville Police Department May 21, 2016 12:00 Noon Contact: Chief Calder Hebert 337-394-3001 FIVE ARRESTS FOLLOWING A SHOOTING IN ST. MARTINVILLE ON FRIDAY (St. Martinville, LA) – The afternoon shooting on Friday May 20, 2016 at the intersection of Port & LaSalle Streets leads to the arrests of five individuals. At approximately 1:40 P.M. SMPD received a call of shots fired near the Canal Station, and moments later the victim of the shooting drove himself to the Police Station for assistance. The victim, Mike Zeno, was talking to Officers in the very short time it took for the ambulance to arrive and transport him to a medical facility. The only information Zeno provided was a description of the vehicle. From this point, SMPD Detectives & Patrol Officers began hitting the streets and interviewing all known persons associated with subject vehicle. After hours of investigation by SMPD Detectives, information led to the vehicle being located at a motel in Natchez, MS. Shortly before midnight, with the assistance of Adams County Sheriff’s Office Swat team, five individuals were arrested without incident. The following individuals were booked into the St Martin Parish Correctional Center on the morning of May 21, 2016: Arthur Freeman Jr. (Baton Rouge) Attempted 2nd Degree Murder Felon in Possession of a Firearm Brien Wings (Franklin) Felon in Possession of a Firearm Obstruction of Justice Jeffery Malveaux, Jr. (St. Martinville) Obstruction of Justice Ashley Seaux (St. Martinville) Obstruction of Justice Dawn Melancon (St. Martinville) Obstruction of Justice -END-

Congrats to PO Duplechain for successful completion of the St. Martin Sheriff's Office Law Enforcement Academy. PO Duplechain has been a part of the SMPD family for a year and has 8 years experience as a Military Police Officer in the US Air Force.