Woman arrested at disturbance call

Ruston Police arrested a Haynesville woman after responding to a disturbance on Park Ridge Lane Sunday evening.

Officers responded to a call where Chandris Jones, 28, alleged a man was beating her and she needed help. She then apparently hung up the phone. After arriving at the scene, officers learned Jones had been banned from the residence. She admitted she had not been battered and called 911 because she wanted the man to leave. 

When told she was barred from the premises, Jones reportedly said she knew that but did not think it still applied. Warrants were located charging Jones with stalking and unauthorized entry into an inhabited dwelling, and failure to appear in court on criminal trespass. The warrants pertained to previous incidents involving Jones and the occupant of the residence. 

Jones was arrested for criminal trespass and criminal mischief (false report of a crime), along with the warrants and booked at the Lincoln Parish Detention Center.

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