Donaldsonville woman wanted for failing to register as sex offender
DONALDSONVILLE - Sheriff’s deputies in Ascension Parish have issued an arrest warrant for a woman who has failed to register as a sex offender in the parish.
35-year-old LaKeisha Marshall, of 1305 McKinley Street in Donaldsonville, is a Tier II Sex Offender, according to Lt. Col. Bobby Webre of APSO.
Deputies said Marshall failed to complete her semi-annual registration on Feb. 19, and detectives attempted to make contact with her on several occasions.
A Tier II Sex Offender is classified as an individual who has committed a sex offense against a victim who is a minor. It has a 25-year registration period conducted semi-annually attached to it, according to Lt. Col. Webre.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Marshall is urged to contact the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Office at (225) 621-4636.
More information about sex offenders in Ascension Parish is available at www.ascensionsheriff.com. A link is provided there to a “Louisiana Sex Offender Search” where citizens can check their neighborhood and sign up to receive e-mail alerts on sex offenders in their area.
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