Marshal

Marshal William M. Guyton was elected in 1991. The territorial jurisdiction of this marshal's office is that of ward 5 in Ouachita Parish, not just within the city limits of West Monroe. Ward 5 extends north to the Union Parish Line, east to the Ouachita River, west to Drew School, and south to Browder Road on LA 34.

The marshal shall execute the orders and mandates of the court and in the execution thereof, and in making arrests and preserving the peace, he has the same powers and authority of a sheriff.

The marshal may appoint one or more deputy marshals having the same powers.

Duties of Marshal's Office

All Deputies are hired under and held to the highest possible standards. Each Deputy performs his assigned tasks, day to day, in the courtroom, throughout City Hall, and on the streets of West Monroe.

Responsibilities include:

Courtroom Security • Prisoner Transfer • Service of Papers • Serving Warrants • Executing Seizures • Writs of Possession
• Seize and sale of property under the order of West Monroe City Court • Seize and disburse money
through garnishments ordered by West Monroe City Court • Collect traffic and criminal fines • Collect cash bonds for bail

 

Marshal Contact Information

2303 N 7th St
West Monroe, LA 71291
Phone: (318) 396-8192
 
Probation:
(318) 396-2660 x172
 
 
For information concerning traffic tickets -
(318) 396-6107