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Maringouin, Louisiana Jail and Mugshot Information

Maringouin, Louisiana is a town in Iberville Parish, Louisiana and the parish seat of Iberville Parish is. At the 2016 estimated census the population of Maringouin was 1,046. The town is part of the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Statistical Area. The town is named after the Cajun French word that means mosquito.
Maringouin is the largest community in North Iberville Parish, and is located at the tip of the parish. It sits among huge live oaks, Bayou Grosse Tete and gorgeous green pastures. It is a paradise for those seeking the quiet life.
Georgetown College (now Georgetown University) was ran by a Jesuit order who found the institution in financial arrears in 1838. To repay debts, the Jesuits sold 272 slaves they owned on their Maryland plantations to Southern buyers. Many descendants of these slaves, known as the GU272, presently live in and around Maringouin. Today a discussion is ongoing addressing whether the university owes reparations to the descendants of these sales.

Maringouin, Louisiana
Demi Vorise, Mayor
PO Box 10
77510 Landry Drive
Maringouin, LA 70757
Phone: 225-625-2630

Maringouin Town Website

There are 13 sex offenders in Maringouin, LA.
The livability index for Maringouin, LA is 66. The amenities rate an F, cost of living ins an A, crime is an F, education is an A-, Employment is an F, housing is a B-, and the weather is a B-.
The overall crime rate in Maringouin is 86% higher than the national average. For every 100,000 people, there are 14.49 daily crimes in Maringouin. You have a 1 in 19 chance of becoming a victim of any crime in Maringouin.

Maringouin, Louisiana Police Department Information

There are 6 officers in the Maringouin PD. The department is a full-service department and is open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. For after-hours law enforcement, call 911 or the Sheriff’s Department of Iberia Parish.

Town of Maringouin PD
Valerie Pryer, Police Department Clerk
B. Grevius, Officer
S. Jones, Officer
A. Gillis, Officer
T. Davis, Officer
D. Dorothy, Officer
77655 Landry Drive
Maringouin, LA 70757
Phone: 225-625-2879

Town of Maringouin Records Requests

For town records including births, deaths, marriages, and divorces, and all property information, contact:
Maringouin, Louisiana
Demi Vorise, Mayor
PO Box 10
77510 Landry Drive
Maringouin, LA 70757
Phone: 225-625-2630

For police records including traffic citations arrests and warrants, contact:
Maringouin, La PD
Valerie Pryer, Clerk
77655 Landry Drive
Maringouin, LA 70757
Phone: 225-625-2879

Maringouin Iberville Parish, Louisiana Sheriff’s Office Information

The departments in the Iberville Parish SO are: Civil Division, Detective Unit, Crime Scene Unit, Criminal Davison, Administration, Uniform Patrol, Interstate Patrol, K9 Unit, Motorcycle Patrol, Water Patron, Communications, Special Operations Group – on 24-hour call and is ready to respond to any life-threatening situation.

The Sheriff’s Offices serves 31,049 residents and has 150 officers in the department.

Brett Stassi, Sheriff
48050 Meriam Street
Po Box 231
Plaquemine, LA 70764
Phone: 225-687-5100
Phone: 1-800-577-4873

Iberville Parish Sheriff
Iberville Parish Sheriff Facebook

Iberville Parish Jail
Pete Edwards, Warden
59605 Bayou Road
Plaquemine, Louisiana 70764
Phone: 225-687-3553

The jail houses 120 male and female inmates plus processes those who are arrested and handles bonding requirements. The jail was built in 1976.

To visit an inmate, you need to be on a list provided by the inmate. All visitors required to provide identification. If you are not on the list, you cannot visit an inmate. Mail can be sent to an inmate via the US Postal Service. Sending money to an inmate requires your family and friends to deposit money into your own “bank account”. An inmate is allowed $290 per mon

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