A New Orleans man was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly exposed himself and threatened others at a residence on Nathan Loop Road.
Lincoln Parish deputies responded to the residence about 6:00 p.m. Wednesday in response to a complaint about an unwanted person.
The complaining party told deputies Jamine Morman, 28, had threatened to kill her and “leave her on the ground.” She said Morman used profane language and exposed himself on three separate occasions.
When deputies attempted to arrest Morman, he resisted by pulling away. A TASER had to be displayed to encourage him to enter a patrol car.
Morman was booked at the Lincoln Parish Detention Center for obscenity, disturbing the peace, and resisting an officer.
Ten days earlier, Morman was arrested by Grambling Police after officers responded to Rogers Chevron Mini Mart regarding a shoplifting in progress. In that incident, Morman was booked for theft and resisting an officer.
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