I care deeply for you, the citizens of Beauregard Parish and hope for the opportunity to continue to serve you.  I began my career as a Beauregard Parish Sheriff’s Deputy in 1992, and it has truly been one of the highest honors of my life.

I have worked in every division of the Sheriff’s Office through my years of service.  I have a thorough, intimate knowledge of all divisions of this office.  I have worked my way up through the ranks.  Throughout my years of service, I have been fortunate to develop relationships with citizens in all parts of the parish.  I realized very quickly that, although we as residents share some similar concerns, each community within the parish has a unique set of concerns specific to their part of the parish.  I have built those relationships based on trust and a true understanding of the needs of the people of Beauregard Parish.  I am committed to providing experienced leadership based on the specific needs of every community.   I am humbly asking for your support and your prayers as I enter this campaign. 

I have the experience, trust and heart to serve as your next Sheriff.  Thank you!



To establish manned substations on the east and west side of Beauregard Parish.  These offices will be manned by uniformed deputies and detectives.  The substation located in Ragley will also be manned with uniformed deputies and detectives.  This allows for faster response times for our citizens and increases our role as members of the community.


To expand the Narcotics Task Force to better address the drug problem within this parish.  Methamphetamine is already a significant problem and I believe we will see heroin abuse continue to increase in the next several years.  As a department, it is imperative that we be proactive in our strategies to address the drug problem.


To restructure the Patrol Division in a manner that more deputies are available during the peak hours to respond to calls for service.


 To establish a full time Training Division to continually address challenges that today’s deputies face.