DUSON POLICE hosted their community’s 15th annual National Night Out on Crime Tuesday night, Aug. 3, at the town park and parking lot of a local church. Pictured, from left, are Officer Robert Gannard, Assistant Police Chief Gerald Credeur, Police Chief Frank Andrew, Officer Harold Wiggins and Jessica LaBorde. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)
FREE HOT DOGS, ice cream, chips and juice were offer to Duson residents who participated in the town’s National Nihgt Out on Crime. Pictured serving hot dogs are, Kaylah Johnson, front, and, back from left, Johnny Thibodeaux, Randy Touchet, Jimmy Johnson, Jamie Thomas and Joann Thibodeaux. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Josie Henry)
In an annual event to strengthen neighborhood spirt and police-community partnerships and generate support for anti-crime efforts, the Duson Police Department hosted a Night Out, an national program, on Crime Tuesday, Aug. 3.
Prizes, free refreshments and food were offered, along with fun jumps, face painting, limo rides and music, in the town’s park and parking lot of a local church.