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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
Huge congratulations to Chief's Secretary Rhonda Leger Williams! She was awarded Employee of the Quarter by her peers. Rhonda works hard every-single day, supporting not only the Chief, but every other employee at the agency. Her tremendous work ethic is recognized and appreciated by all. Thanks Rhonda for being part of our family!
Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
Below is a picture of a hit and run suspect vehicle that occurred in Cypress Crossing Subdivision in Broussard. The suspect vehicle was last seen traveling northbound on David Thibodeaux Rd on a nearby security camera. Attached is a picture of either a Hyundai Sonata or a KIA Optima, which is the suspect vehicle. Vehicle will have damages to the front passenger side of the vehicle (missing passenger headlight). If anyone has any information, contact Broussard Police at (337) 837-6259.
Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
** 0945 Update Phones are up and functional**

Our phone lines are currently down, we are working to resolve the issue, we will advise when the issue is resolved.
Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
We have seen one to three inches of rain fall so far in southeast Texas, and more is on the way.

For today through tomorrow, an additional one to five inches of rain is expected for east Texas and central Louisiana, while four to ten inches of rain is expected along and south of the I-10 corridor of southeast Texas, southwest, and south central Louisiana. Expect to see street flooding during periods of heavy rain today through Thursday. The highest risk areas are seen in the day 1 excessive rainfall outlook which is for today and tonight, where there is a high chance for flash flooding for southeast Texas, southwest and south central Louisiana. The day 2 excessive rainfall outlook for Thursday continues to highlight south central Louisiana as a moderate threat for flash flooding.

Along the rivers, we are expecting minor river flooding along Pine Island Bayou near Sour Lake and Bevil Oaks, the Neches River from Evadale down to the Salt Water Barrier, the Sabine River near Deweyville, and the Calcasieu River at Old Town Bay, Salt Water Barrier, and Sam Houston Jones State Park. Moderate flooding continues on the Atchafalaya River at Morgan City.

A coastal flood advisory continues for tides running one to one and a half foot above normal. During periods of high tides expect to see some minor coastal flooding.

Roger

Roger Erickson
Warning Coordination Meteorologist
National Weather Service
Lake Charles, LA
Broussard Police Department
Broussard Police Department
Please keep those who sacrificed everything in your hearts today.