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The Fifth Judicial District Attorney's Office will provide an open, ethical, and proactive office staffed by professional and courteous employees who will provide prompt, thorough, and dignified service. We will seek justice for victims and defendants while ensuring each timely access to the judicial process. We will prosecute vigorously those charged with valid, provable crimes. We will cooperate and work with other law enforcement agencies to protect our community and improve the criminal justice system.

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Judge Sentences Former Rayville Official

Article posted September 26, 2014 at 12:34 PM

Former Rayville Public Works Superintendent Lorenzo Brown was sentenced to five years in prison following his earlier plea to five counts of Malfeasance in Office, said Fifth Judicial District Attorney John M. “Mack” Lancaster. Judge James M. Stephens, who levied the penalty on September 24, 2014,  suspended half the sentence, subjecting Brown to two and […]…

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35-Year Sentence for Armed Robber

Article posted September 26, 2014 at 11:24 AM

A Fifth District Judge sentenced 26 year old Rayville resident Nykeshun Nealon to 35 years in prison for his part in a December 1, 2012 robbery near Rayville, said District Attorney John M. “Mack” Lancaster. Judge James M. Stephens sentenced Nealon on September 24, 2014. Nealon was convicted on a unanimous vote by a 12-person […]…

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Jury Convicts Rayville Man for Armed Robbery

Article posted August 12, 2014 at 10:07 AM

A Richland Parish jury convicted Nykeshun Nealon, 26, of Rayville on August 6th for the December 2012 armed robbery of a Wal-Mart Assistant Manager at his home near Rayville, said Fifth Judicial District Attorney Mack Lancaster. Lancaster said Nealon faces a maximum sentence of 99 years on the robbery.  Nealon was also convicted of Conspiracy […]…

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West Carroll Parish Court Results, July 2014

Article posted August 5, 2014 at 11:04 AM

FELONY PLEAS IN DISTRICT COURT JULY, 2014 John M. “Mack” Lancaster, 5th Judicial District Attorney, reported the felony pleas taken during a recent court session in Fifth District Court, West Carroll Parish. Assistant District Attorney John Clay Hamilton represented the State of Louisiana. JULY 9, 2014 – Hon. Terry A. Doughty, Judge MACK DOUGLAS BORDEN […]…

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West Carroll Parish Court Results, June 2014

Article posted July 31, 2014 at 11:45 AM

John M. “Mack” Lancaster, 5th District Attorney, reported the felony pleas taken in June in Fifth District Court, West Carroll Parish. Assistant District Attorney John Clay Hamilton represented the State of Louisiana. JUNE 11, 2014 – Hon. Terry A. Doughty, Judge ALISHA ADAMS pled guilty to Possession of a Schedule II controlled dangerous substance (Oxycodone), […]…

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Rayville Official Pleads Guilty to Malfeasance in Office

Article posted July 28, 2014 at 10:31 AM

Former Rayville Superintendent of Public Works Lorenzo Brown pled guilty to five counts of Malfeasance in Office last Friday, July 25, said District Attorney Mack Lancaster. District Judge James M. Stephens will sentence Brown on September 24, 2014.  Brown faces a maximum of 20 years in prison on the charges, a limit agreed to by […]…

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75-Year Sentence in Richland Parish

Article posted June 30, 2014 at 3:16 PM

A Monroe man was sentenced to 75 years in prison for his role in a December 2012 shooting in Rayville, said District Attorney John M. “Mack” Lancaster. Jesty Reese, 25,  entered guilty pleas to the charges of Manslaughter and Conspiracy to Commit Armed Robbery on May 6, 2014.  District Judge Terry A. Doughty set the sentencing […]…

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West Carroll Parish Court Results, May 2014

Article posted June 12, 2014 at 4:51 PM

John M. “Mack” Lancaster, 5th District Attorney, reported the felony pleas taken during the May 14, 2014 court session in Fifth District Court, West Carroll Parish. Assistant District Attorney John Clay Hamilton represented the State of Louisiana.  District Judge James M. Stephens presided. CHRISTOPHER J. BASS pled guilty to three felony charges: 1)         Possession of […]…

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West Carroll Parish Court Results, April 2014

Article posted June 12, 2014 at 4:47 PM

John M. “Mack” Lancaster, 5th District Attorney, reported the felony pleas taken during the April 23, 2014 court session in Fifth District Court, West Carroll Parish. Assistant District Attorney John Clay Hamilton represented the State of Louisiana.  District Judge E. Rudolph McIntyre, Jr., presided. ROOSEVELT GLASS pled guilty to Driving While Intoxicated, 2nd Offense and […]…

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Pleas, Sentences in Richland Criminal Court

Article posted June 10, 2014 at 5:53 PM

The Richland Parish District Attorney’s Office closed out several serious cases with pleas and sentences in court on June 4, 2014, said District Attorney Mack Lancaster. Fifth District Judge James M. Stephens sentenced Christopher Wayne Lindsey of Rayville, 40, to 15 years in prison for a February 2013 Aggravated Second Degree Battery on another Richland […]…

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Office Locations

  • District Attorney John M. Lancaster
    PO Box 805 • Oak Grove, LA 71263
    318.428.3219 • da@fifthda.org
  • Franklin Parish District Attorney's Office
    6568 Main St, 2nd Flr • Winnsboro, LA 71295
    318.435.3386 • franklin@fifthda.org
    Located in Franklin Parish Courthouse,
    Second Floor
  • Richland Parish District Attorney's Office
    PO Box 417 • Rayville, LA 71269
    318.728.3166 • richland@fifthda.org
    Located in Richland Parish Courthouse,
    Second Floor
  • West Carroll Parish District Attorney's Office
    PO Box 1209 • Oak Grove, LA 71269
    318.428.3213 • westcarroll@fifthda.org
    Located in West Carroll Parish Courthouse,
    Second Floor

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