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BROUSSARD POLICE DEPARTMENT
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The Broussard Police Department is dedicated to the protection and service of it's citizens and visitors.   The police department pledges to build a partnership with all citizens in order to prevent and solve unlawful and threatening safety issues which may in any way hinder the quality of life that all citizens are entitled to.

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Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
Thanks for the recognition of the good that our officers are doing out there!
Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
Our team was called to help this little boy who managed to get stuck in his seat belt. A short time later our officers were able to release the locked belt. We are happy to have been able to make a positive impression in this little guy's life.
Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
We will never forget!
Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
This week, Oakview Drive, in Ridgeview Subdivision, will be closed at its intersection with the Ridgeview coulee. Concrete will be poured for the newly installed box culverts as part of the Ridgeview Outfall Drainage Project. Caneview Drive access will be via Ridgeview Dr. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
In a commitment from Broussard Police Chief Brannon Decou, the Broussard Police Department has continued its efforts to detour the flow of illegal drugs in and out of the City of Broussard.

Chief Decou reports that on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, the Broussard Police Department stopped a vehicle on US Hwy 90 for a traffic violation. The handling officers recognized indicators of deception and obtained written consent to search the vehicle. A search of the vehicle revealed a box in the trunk containing 26 pounds of synthetic marijuana with a street value of $235,860.

The driver, identified as Mr. David Delk (w/m 48 YOA of Morgan City) was cited for improper lane use and driving under suspension. Delk was arrested and booked into the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center for Possession with Intent to Distribute Schedule 1 Controlled Dangerous Substances.

The occupant, Ms. Angela Curtis (w/f 32 YOA of Franklin) was also arrested and booked into the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center for Possession with Intent to Distribute Schedule 1 Controlled Dangerous Substances.

This is an ongoing effort by the Officers of the Broussard Police Department to rid the community of illicit drugs. Chief Decou stated that his department would continue to be diligent in training its Officers in all of the newest trends to assist in combating illegal drugs. Should anyone have information about drug activity in the community of Broussard, they are asked to call Broussard Police Department at 837-6259 or go online to our website at www.broussardpolice.com and submit information to us. All callers can remain anonymous.