Trespasser arrested at GSU

A Dallas, Texas, man was arrested in the Grambling State University dining hall Saturday after being repeatedly told he was barred from the premises.

GSU police responded to the McCall Dining Hall where the manager reported a man who was not supposed to be there refused to leave. James Williams, 31, had been advised by GSU officers on January 6 that he was not to return to the dining hall because of his disruptive behavior.

When I asked the present his student ID number to pay for his lunch, the number Williams provided did not work and he was asked to pay. Williams then walked past the manager and into the dining hall and ate lunch without paying. He was given verbal warnings to pay for the food and he said he did not have any money. He was arrested for returning to the premises after being forbidden to do so (criminal trespass) and booked at the Lincoln Parish Detention Center.

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