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Man Causes Scene at LSUA Apts.

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ALEXANDRIA, La. - A Bunkie man is in jail tonight after causing a scene at the LSUA Oaks Residence Halls Wednesday night. News Channel Five's Nolan Crane shows us why Ladarion Roy who wasn't a student forcefully entered into two of the dorm rooms.

Ladarion Roy is in jail and charged with domestic abuse, aggravated burglary, and unauthorized entry of an inhabitant dwelling, for his alleged behavior here at the oaks residence halls on the campus of LSUA.

"The victim was visiting someone that was a student here which is why it ended up here," says LSUA Chief of Police Matthew Issman.

"He knocked on the door and when the door was unlocked he basically you know just pushed his way in but nothing was broken, no door frames, no doors, there was no damage to any property," says Angela Rollins.

Angela Rollins has been the housing manager here at the oaks residence halls since 2007 and she says this behavior is far from usual.

"This is the first incident that we had like this," says Angela Rollins.

The campus police say Ladarion Roy ended up here at the dorms when he went looking for his girlfriend, which is when the trouble began.

"Initially went to the wrong apartment forced his way into that apartment once he found out he was in the wrong apartment he went to another apartment where he forced his way in again, assaulted his girlfriend and took her against her will back to Bunkie," says LSU-A Chief of Police Matthew Issman.

Angela says the oaks are a safe because they have a lot of security cameras that monitor the buildings around the clock.

"We have security cameras in the front entrance that monitor all vehicles coming in and out, we have cameras on every building that monitors every parking spot on the complex 24 hours a day, 7 days a week," says Angela Rollins.

She also wants to remind everyone about some safety tips before opening their doors, to avoid situations like the one involving Ladarion Roy.

"Lock they deadbolts, keep their doors locked, and to you they peep whole and to know who they are letting into their apartment," says Angela Rollins.

Ladarion Roy and his girlfriend are not students at LSUA and the campus police say they are committed to making LSUA a safe environment for their students and staff.

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