July 19, 2017

Man Out on Bond for Murder - Arrested by Slidell PD

A New Orleans man, out on bond for a second-degree murder charge in Orleans Parish, was arrested Sunday (July 16, 2017) afternoon by Slidell Police for aggravated assault with a firearm, simple battery, and simple battery by domestic violence.
Slidell Police responded to a disturbance call and witnesses stated Brandon Alexander (30) entered his girlfriend’s apartment in a rage and proceeded to beat her and her roommate. Alexander reportedly pointed a firearm at his girlfriend and threated to kill her. Alexander fled the area, but was caught and arrested a short while later by Slidell Police. Both victims suffered minor injuries, and were treated on the scene by EMT’s.
Alexander’s charges are considered misdemeanor offenses in the State of Louisiana, but Chief Fandal hopes his arrest in Slidell will be enough to revoke his bond conditions for the second-degree murder charge in Orleans Parish. Chief Fandal says, “We don’t make the bonds and set the bond rules, however, are working closely with the judicial system to make sure this violent individual stays off our streets and behind bars, especially here in St. Tammany Parish.”

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