Caddo Sheriff’s Office Promotes Five Deputies
In a Tuesday morning ceremony, five Caddo Parish Sheriff Deputies received some shiny new rank and a few new jobs.
- Promoted to captain, Don Gibbs is a 26-year CPSO deputy who has worked in Corrections, Public Information, Patrol, and Community Programs. He will serve over Community Programs and Communications.
- Darin Marshall is the new supervisor of the Narcotics Unit. He is a 21-year deputy, having worked in Corrections, Patrol, and Narcotics, where he was supervisor over mid-level investigations. He also served on the FBI Violent Crimes Task Force, the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force, and is a U.S. Army veteran. He was promoted to lieutenant.
- Also a new lieutenant is Alan Davidson. Davidson has worked with the Sheriff’s Office for 27 years in Corrections, Bailiffs, Patrol, Detectives, and the Marine Unit. He was supervisor of the CPSO Dive Team. He will also serve in Community Programs.
- One of two new sergeants is Lisa Jones. She was hired by the Sheriff’s Office in January 2004 and has worked in Corrections and Training.
- The other new sergeant on the beat is Matthew Cowden, who joined the Sheriff’s Office in December 2006 and has served in Corrections, Patrol, and Training.
Both Cowden and Jones will remain in Training.
Also during the ceremony, several employees were recognized for their years of service with the Sheriff’s Office. They are Larry Pierce, Jr., Joe Lars, Jr., Curtis Samuels, John Berry, and Magalene Boykin, five years; Roshonda Linnear-Wells, Ted Grant, Nicole Mayfield, and Laura Fredieu, 10 years; Carolyn Robinson, 15 years; Annie Thomas, Gwet Folsom, and Carolyn Peterson, 20 years; Cole Flournoy, 25 years; Sam Hall and Ronnie Holt, 30 years.