NPD Incident Report for July 16-31, 2022

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Juanice Gray
•JULY 16
10:44 a.m.: 911 caller Breanna Lacey stated Hilton Paige stabbed her. Caller disconnected. NPSO dispatch attempted to contact female caller but got no answer. Hilton Paige then called 911 stating he was stabbed. Call was disconnected. Dispatch attempted contact but no answer. Officer sent to location. Officer got out with Paige. He had a cut to forehead and chest area. EMS was notified. Lacey was not on scene. Paige was transported. He stated on the way back from Super 1 he and Lacey got into a verbal altercation and when the arrived at the house they got into a physical altercation and Lacey hit and cut him. Lacey was arrested.
4:44 p.m.: Caller advised her boyfriend committed a battery on her. She has bruises. Victim stated it happened on St. Titus Church Road, Campti.
6:05 p.m.: Officer Brian Oliff called via radio from Exchange Bank on Front Street requesting medical due to being light headed and having shortness of breath. EMS was notified and he was transported. Officer Oliff passed away.

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•JULY 20
3:36 p.m.: A concerned citizen at Wal-Mart stated a black car was parked in the handicap spot and there is a dog inside with the air blowing and a crack in the window.

•JULY 21
1:33 p.m.: Walgreens called 911 in reference to Darryl Joseph entering the store yelling and harassing people, made multiple threats. Joseph had been banned from the location.. He was located, charged and booked into NPDC.
10:06 p.m.: Caller on Rowena advised of a fire. Officer spoke with homeowner who advised she was burning her ex-boyfriend’s clothes.

•JULY 29
11:56 a.m.: Motel 6 disturbance. Eric Willis and another male were involved in a verbal altercation. Willis was remanded to NPSO on outstanding warrant.
9:17 p.m.: Concerned citizen at Walmart reported a suspicious person looking into vehicles in the parking lot. Subject Adam Lewis was taken into custody with an active warrant through Bienville Parish Sheriff’s Office and charged with possession of stolen property. Released to BPSO.

•JULY 30
7:06 p.m.: Thomas Apartments. Weapon check on a 9mm. Arrested Thomas Jalon Canady, b/m, 23, charged with illegal carrying of a weapon and bench warrant for unlicensed driver. Canady was banned from Thomas Apartments
9:43 p.m.: Caller from Shelbyville, Ind., reported a battery was happening on Caspari Street. Officers spoke with resident who stated she was involved in a verbal altercation with Braden Claypoole and it turned physical. He committed a battery on her and left.
10:51 p.m.: Caller from Shelbyville, Ind., called back stating Braden Claypoole is back at the residence. Claypoole, w/m, 37, was arrested and charged with domestic abuse battery w/child endangerment.

•JULY 31
12:14 a.m.: officer called via radio reporting hearing a gunshot in Bailey Heights. Concerned citizen also called to report same.
2:49 a.m.: 911 caller on Fifth Street reported Alvin Holden was trying to hit two females. Officer reported Holden inflicted damage on two windows and a chair. Damages valued at $180. Holden was charged with domestic abuse battery child endangerment, resisting and a bench warrant.