A man was arrested Monday after he entered a Grambling home without consent.
Grambling Police officers responded to a residence on Windy Pines Lane regarding a man trespassing in the house.
Officers found Reggie Roberson, 33, of Bienville, who had been warned earlier in the day by officers not to return to the house at the request of the owner. Roberson was ordered to come out of the house and was found to be intoxicated.
The homeowner said Roberson did not have a key to the residence, did not have permission to enter the home, and apparently damaged the front door frame to make entry. Roberson could not provide a consistent answer on how he entered the home.
Roberson was arrested for unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling, remaining after being forbidden (trespassing), and simple criminal damage to property and booked at the Lincoln Parish Detention Center.
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