GSUPD charge female with resisting an officer, battery of officer

During the evening of Feb. 15, Grambling State Police Officers were dispatched to McCall Hall cafeteria on GSU’s campus to assist another officer regarding a disturbance involving numerous female students. 

An officer told the females to leave several times, and one of the females, Ta’khia Holloway, 18, of Tallulah, refused to do so and started to walk toward the officer. Holloway said she didn’t do anything, and the officer advised Holloway to stop walking towards her. Holloway still did not comply. The officer repeated the request, and then Holloway pushed the officer. 

The officers believed Holloway was under the influence because of her slurred speech and aggressive behavior. Holloway was charged with battery of a police officer, resisting an officer and remaining after being forbidden.  

She was transported to the Lincoln Parish Detention Center. Bond was set at $4,500. 


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