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St. Bernard Parish Louisiana Sheriff Overview

St. Bernard Parish is located in the southeastern tip of Louisiana. It was founded in 1807 and named in honor of the patron saint of Bernardo Vicente de Galvez, the colonial governor of Spanish Louisiana and Cuba. The parish seat is Chalmette. The zip codes in St. Bernard Parish are 70032, 70075, 70043, and 70092.

The chief law enforcement officer in St. Bernard Parish is Sheriff James Pohlmann. Richard Baumy is the Chief Deputy of the department, serving as the Sheriff’s second-in-command. You can reach the Sheriff and the Chief Deputy at . The Clerk of Court for this parish is Randy Nunez. His office is responsible for issuing marriage licenses, handles parish elections, and receives as well as files all pleadings. You can reach him at .

St. Bernard Parish Sheriff’s Office:

Address: #2 Courthouse Square, Chalmette, LA 70043


Inmate Search in St. Bernard Parish Jail

The St. Bernard Parish Jail does not have an online list of inmates currently housed in the facility. If you wish to locate an inmate here, you can call the Corrections Division of the Sheriff’s Office at .

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

Family and friends are allowed to visit inmates at the St. Bernard Parish Jail. When visiting, all visitors are required to show a valid photo ID. All minors need to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. The jail reserves the right to search the persons entering the facility. Purses, bags, cell phones, tablets, cameras, and other personal belongings will not be allowed inside the facility. Only the ID and vehicle keys can be brought inside. The jail has a strict dress code. Individuals who do not follow it will not be allowed to enter the visitation area. To learn the visiting hours for this jail, you can call .

Working at St. Bernard Parish Jail or Sheriff’s Office:

The yearly salary of an entry level Corrections Officer in St. Bernard Parish is around $32,100. A state supplemental pay of $6000 a year is added once the officer completes one year of employment and POST-certification.

In St. Bernard Parish Jail, a Corrections Officer is responsible for booking inmates, supervising their activities, making sure that rules are followed, seeing to the safety and security of inmates, and handling inspections of cells.

To apply for this position, a candidate must be:

– 18 years of age or older

– a high school graduate or its equivalent

– in possession of a valid driver’s license

If you wish to get an application form, you can drop by the Sheriff’s Office at #2 Courthouse Square, Chalmette, LA 70043. For any questions, you can call .

Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

According to federal law, all sex offenders must have their information recorded in the state and national sex offender registries after they are released from their term of confinement. These systems serve to promote public safety and awareness by monitoring the movements of sex offenders. A sex offender is someone who was convicted of an illegal offense involving sexual motivation such as rape, prostitution, and child molestation. Go to

for data on sex offenders residing in St. Bernard Parish. Keep in mind that you may find some entries in the system containing previously known addresses or incomplete addresses. This is because offenders do not always update their registration.

Bail and Bondsman

A person charged with a crime in St. Bernard Parish is allowed to remain free while awaiting trial if he posts bail. Bail is the money that is pledged to the court to help guarantee that the defendant will show up for all his scheduled court appearances. If he does not, he loses the money.

A bondsman can be hired if a defendant (or his family) is unable to come up with the bond money on his own. The bondsman usually charges 12% of the bail amount as his fee. This is non-refundable. Once hired, the bondsman will sign a bond securing the defendant’s release. He is also made responsible for paying the entire bail amount if the defendant does not reappear in court when called.

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St. Bernard Parish County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined 150
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Full time payroll 37
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Address: 1900 PIRES ROAD CHALMETTE LA 70043

St. Bernard Parish Unemployment and Median Household Income
Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016 19,522
Number Employed Annual Average, 2016 18,331
Number Unemployed Annual Average, 2016 1,191
Unemployment Rate, 2016 6.1
Median Household Income Annual Average, 2015 41,540
Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service
St. Bernard Parish Poverty Data
Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 2014 9,179
Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 2015 20.4
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

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Public Notice
Please see the notice below. Any assistance on posting on your sites to get the message out would be appreciated.

LA 46 Bayou La Loutre Bridge (Yscloskey Bridge) Closure located on LA 46 near Shell Beach and Hopedale
The bridge will be closed to vehicular and marine traffic nightly on Monday thru Thursday evenings between the hours of 7 PM and 5 AM from November 27th thru December 22nd. During the closures the crews will be performing structural repairs. All government agencies have made arrangements to continue to provide emergency response services during the closure.
DOTD appreciates your patience and reminds you to please drive with caution through the construction site and be on the lookout for work crews and their equipment.

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St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office
Free Ride Home Program For Holiday Season

St. Bernard Sheriff James Pohlmann wishes everyone a Happy Holiday season and reminds them to call the Sheriff’s Office if they are in need of a safe ride home.

The program, which runs from Thanksgiving day through Jan. 2, allows residents who have too much to drink during the holiday season to call the Sheriff’s Office at to receive a free ride home from a deputy, no questions asked.

A Sheriff’s Office deputy will pick you up and take you to your home in St. Bernard or, if you live outside the parish, they will take you to a Sheriff’s substation where you can make arrangements to be picked up by a friend or family member.

Sheriff Pohlmann said the goal of the program is to cut down on drinking and driving to prevent injuries from vehicle crashes.

“It is so simple and it could save your life or the life of someone you might hit in a traffic accident,” the Sheriff said.

Callers will be given a ride home, but not to a bar, nightclub or to another party.

“We don’t want to arrest you for driving while intoxicated or another impairment,” Sheriff Pohlmann said. “So, instead of getting behind the wheel if you are impaired, just give us a call and we will pick you up and give you a ride.”

The free Holiday Ride Home program was started in St . Bernard Parish in 1986 and was the first of its kind in the New Orleans area. About two dozen people take advantage of the program each year.

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St. Bernard Sheriff James Pohlmann, left, and Capt. Walter Dornan at one of the five signs in the parish announcing the start of the Sheriff’s Office free Holiday Ride Home program. The annual program kicks of Thanksgiving day and runs through Jan. 2. St. Bernard residents who have too much to drink during the holiday season can call the Sheriff’s Office at for a safe ride home.

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St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office offers Holiday Safety Tips

Now that the holiday season is in full force, many of us will find ourselves rushing from place to place, making lists, and stressing over finding the perfect gift for that special loved one. Busy schedules, holiday parties and heightened stress can leave us distracted and not aware of our surroundings causing us to become easy targets for criminals, St. Bernard Sheriff James Pohlmann said.

Whether you’re shopping in the parish or elsewhere during this holiday season, Sheriff Pohlmann urges St. Bernard Parish residents to take extra precautions to avoid becoming a victim of theft or robbery.

“Remember to pay close attention to your surroundings when doing holiday shopping,’’ the Sheriff said. “It’s possible someone may be watching to take advantage of you because you’re distracted.”

Since the holidays are a time when people often let their guard down because they’re on the go, Sheriff Pohlmann said, “Remembering some common sense safety tips can reduce the chances of something going wrong.”

The Sheriff recommends shopping with a buddy or in a group, but if you must go alone, be aware of your surroundings and follow these simple tips:

Pay attention to where you park while shopping and, at night, park only in areas that are well-lit. Always try to park as close as possible to the store’s entrance, and remember to lock your vehicle doors. Taking a photo of where you parked with your cellphone also is helpful in case you forget.
Once in a store, men should protect their wallets from pickpockets and women should remember not to leave their purses unattended in shopping carts or on counters where they can easily be taken.

Always escort young children to a restroom because minors could be photographed, molested or even abducted if left alone in public restrooms.

When shopping in a large store or mall, establish a meeting place with children in advance in case you become separated or instruct them to go only to a store clerk or security officer for help, and not to a stranger who doesn’t work in the store.

Scan the parking lot before you exit a store for any suspicious activities, such as people standing in a group in one area or someone sitting in a vehicle watching patrons leave. If you sense something odd, you may want to ask a store officer to escort you to your vehicle.

When leaving a store, always exit from a door nearest your parked vehicle. Before heading to your vehicle, have your keys out and in your hand ready to enter your vehicle. Don’t wait until you reach your vehicle to start looking in your purse or pockets for your keys.

It’s a good idea to walk around your car and look inside it when you are in a crowded parking lot. Checking the inside of your vehicle before you enter it could prevent you from unexpectedly finding someone waiting in the vehicle to rob you.

Once inside your vehicle, lock the doors immediately before leaving your parking space. Avoid sitting in your vehicle, and doing things like talking on the phone or looking at social media. Leave the parking lot as soon a possible.

If you are making several stops while shopping, place your packages in your trunk or out of plain sight inside your vehicle. Leaving valuable items visible only provides a temptation to thieves.

If you suspect someone is following you, do not go home or pull over. You should remain calm and drive to a crowded place or a nearby Sheriff’s Office substation for assistance.

Once home, unload your packages immediately. Do not store valuables in your car any longer than necessary, and certainly never overnight.

The Sheriff also urges residents to call the Sheriff’s Office at if they see something suspicious or 911 if they feel they’re in immediate danger. It is better to be safe than sorry.

Sheriff Pohlmann wishes everyone a safe and happy holiday season.

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The St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office has issued an arrest warrant for a Violet man who fled from an ambulance as he was being transported to the hospital for health issues after being investigated for driving while intoxicated, Sheriff James Pohlmann said.

Renzoll Marrero, 34, of the 3300 block of Moss Lane, crashed his vehicle into a pole on Nov. 11 shortly after 12:30 p.m. while traveling in the eastbound lanes of St. Bernard Highway in Chalmette, near Chalmette Avenue.

Marrero, who was traveling at the time of the crash with three small children, ages 7, 5 and 2, is wanted for DWI, obstruction of justice, possession of marijuana, driving without a license, failure to control a vehicle, no insurance and three counts of cruelty to juvenile.

Sheriff Pohlmann said the three children in the vehicle were not injured in the incident and were released to the custody of their mother.

When deputies arrived on the scene of the crash, Marrero’s speech was slurred, he was disoriented, and at times not able to respond to commands. Emergency medical personnel was called to the scene to render aid to Marrero who stated to deputies he suffers from seizures.

While enroute to a New Orleans hospital, Marrero escaped from the rear of the ambulance and fled on foot. A St. Bernard Parish deputy who was following the ambulance pursued Marrero on foot, but to no avail.

The investigation is ongoing and additional charges could be brought against Marrero in this case.

Anyone with information regarding Marrero’s whereabouts is asked to call the St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office at or Crimestoppers GNO at . Tipsters who call Crimestoppers can remain anonymous, do not have to testify and could be eligible for a cash reward.

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St. Bernard Sheriff James Pohlmann said three Chalmette men were recently arrested in separate, unrelated incidents in which Special Investigations Division agents seized large amounts of methamphetamine and cocaine. A handgun, marijuana and other narcotics also were recovered.

Sheriff Pohlmann said SID Narcotics Unit agents, acting on information received from an anonymous source and through a sequence of events, booked Joseph Pravata, 38, of the 2800 block of Decomine Street in Chalmette, on Nov. 6 with two counts of cocaine distribution, possession with the intent to distribute cocaine, possession of Oxycodone, possession of MDMA, possession of a firearm while in possession of a controlled dangerous substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Narcotics agents executed a search warrant on Pravata’s residence where they recovered approximately 55 grams, nearly 2 ounces, of cocaine, some packaged in individual bags containing approximately a ½ gram of cocaine. The estimated street value of the cocaine is $5,500.

A semi-automatic handgun found in Pravata’s possession also was recovered, along with 6 Oxycodone tablets, 1 gram of MDMA, razor blades, pipes, weighing devices and additional bags.

Pravata was booked into St. Bernard Parish Prison. He was released Nov. 9 on a $185,500 bond.

In an unrelated incident on Oct. 23 shortly after 9 p.m., Sheriff Pohlmann said, SID Street Crimes Unit agents were investigating what appeared to be a verbal altercation between a man and a woman near the intersection of Packenham Avenue and Lafitte Court in Chalmette.

During the course of the investigation, Michael Trahan, 28, of Carroll Drive in Chalmette,
admitted to agents he was in possession of methamphetamine, and consented to relocating to his home where he gave agents permission to search his residence.

Trahan was booked with possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine (7.6 grams) with an approximate street value of $760, possession of Xanax (1 dose), possession of Naloxone (4 doses), possession of drug paraphernalia, and a traffic warrant issued out of the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office.

Trahan is being held in St. Bernard Parish Prison on a $25,000 bond.

In another unrelated incident on Nov. 11 at approximately 11 p.m., Sheriff Pohlmann said, SID Narcotics Unit agents received information from an anonymous source that a man and woman were selling narcotics out of a video poker room inside a Chalmette business on Paris Road.

During the course of the investigation, Robert Paulhus Jr., 55, of the 2300 block of Pelitere Street in Chalmette, was booked with possession of methamphetamine (1.2 grams), and possession of marijuana (.2 grams).

Paulhus is being held in St. Bernard Parish Prison on a $8,500 bond.

Sheriff Pohlmann reminds residents to call the Sheriff's Office narcotics hotline at (504) 271-DOPE or 3673 to report suspected illegal drug activity in St. Bernard Parish. Callers can remain anonymous, and all calls will be acted upon.

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