Assumption Parish Sheriff's deputy resigns before turning herself in
NAPOLEONVILLE - A former Assumption Parish Sheriff's deputy was arrested for felony criminal damage to property in connection to a domestic incident that occurred Wednesday night in Lafourche Parish.
Quencis Oliver was arrested after she resigned from her position with the sheriff's office Friday afternoon, officials said. At the time of the actual incident, Oliver was still employed by the sheriff's office.
Oliver turned herself into Lafourche Parish authorities late Friday, was booked and released on bond.
Assumption Parish Sheriff Leland Falcon said employees must always uphold their oath to abide by the law.
"The employees at Assumption Parish Sheriff's Office are expected to maintain the highest ethical and moral standards and must abide by the laws as any regular citizen," Falcon said. "That's the oath we take and we must live within its bounds."
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