Gibsland, Louisiana Jail and Mugshot Information

Gibsland is a town in Bienville Parish in northern Louisiana. It has a population of 947 as of 2014. The town is known for the 1934 shooting of bandits Bonnie and Clyde. Gibsland is also the birthplace of the now defunct historically black Coleman College and for connecting railroads.
Gibsland is less than an hour in driving time from Shreveport and Monroe. Gibsland offers small town living with access to amenities in urban areas. In just a few minutes you can drive from Gibsland to Louisiana Tech University. The city is surrounded by many lakes and some of Louisiana’s best fishing, deer, and turkey hunting makes Gibsland a hunter’s paradise.
Gibsland holds a Bonnie and Clyde Festival in mid-May. The festival features a staged bank robbery and the festival has been a feature on the TV program “Weird U.S.” If you miss the festival, visit the Bonnie and Clyde Ambush Museum located in the former cafe where they ate their last meal.
The Jonquil Jubilee Festival is also held in Gibsland and offers advice to local gardeners from botanists.
The interim Mayor of Gibsland is Eddie Thompson who took over when Ronnie Terry Wilson resigned due to family problems. The city also has five Aldermen who serve as the government in Gibsland.
Gibsland, LA Town Hall
Eddie Thompson, Interim Mayor
2463 Main St.
Gibsland, LA 71028
Phone: 318-843-6141

There is no website for the town of Gibsland, LA.

As of August 2018, there are 4 registered sex offenders living in Gibsland. The ratio of residents to the number of sex offenders I Gibsland is 241 to 1.
The livability index in Gibsland, LA is listed at 63. The amenities you can find in Gibsland rates a F, the cost of living is an A+, crime is at an F, education is a B-, employment opportunity in Gibsland is at an F, housings ranks a B, and the weather is a C+.

Gibsland, LA Police Department

Police Department
2463 Main St.
Gibsland, LA 71028
Phone: 318-843-6141

There is no website for the Gibsland, LA Police Department

Gibsland, LA Open Records Requests

Court and city records for the city of Gibsland, LA can be accessed by writing to the clerk at the Town Hall:

Gibsland, LA Town Hall
2463 Main St.
Gibsland, LA 71028
Phone: 318-843-6141

Sheriff’s, Warrant, Most Wanted Information for Gibsland, LA

Gibsland, LA is in Bienville Parish with a population at the 2010 census of 14,353. The parish seat is Arcadia.
The Sheriff serves as the Ex-Officio Tax Collector for the Parish and is also in charge of the prison.

John E. Balance, Sheriff
Randy Price, Chief Deputy
100 Courthouse Drive
PO Box 328
Arcadia, LA 71001
Phone: 318-263-2215
Fax: 318-263-7418
Fax: 318-263-7658
jballance@bienvillesheriff.org

Bienville Parish Sheriff
Bienville Parish Sheriff Facebook

Bienville Parish Prison

Danny Driskill, Parish Prison Warden
Phone: 318-263-2215
Fax: 318-263-7418

For records on warrants, most wanted, and sheriff’s information contact:

Sheriff’s Office
Margie Talbert, Sheriff’s Secretary
100 Courthouse Drive
PO Box 328
Arcadia, LA 71001
Phone: 318-263-2215
Fax: 318-263-7418
Fax: 318-263-7658

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