A woman banned from the Grambling State University campus was arrested Sunday by campus police after allegedly causing a disturbance in a dormitory.
GSU officers responded to a disturbance in Douglass Hall about 10:00 a.m. Sunday morning. A housing official pointed out Alizia M. Houston, 20, of Oklahoma City as the perpetrator.
Houston had been banned from campus on December 2.
When officers approached Houston, she became very irate and used profuse profanity in public. She refused to calm down and speak with the officers.
Houston was arrested for criminal trespass and booked at the Lincoln Parish Detention Center.
Information on bail was unavailable.
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