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Police: An Alexandria woman arrested for disturbing the peace by intoxication

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© Lakandra Ford Source: APD © Lakandra Ford Source: APD

ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB News Channel 5) – Police say they have arrested an Alexandria woman for disturbing the peace and allegedly carrying an illegal weapon.

The Alexandria Police Department said they arrested 31-year-old Lakandra Ford, and charged her with one count of disturbing the peace by intoxication, one count of an illegal weapon, and one count of possession of Cds Sch 1 narcotics.

Officers were dispatched on Sept. 29 around 3:51 p.m., to Fenner and Houston Street. Officers said they located Ford and she appeared to be intoxicated and uncooperative.

Ford was taken into custody and transported to Rapides Parish Detention Center.  Ford was found in possession of suspected marijuana and a stun gun, according to APD.

No other details have been released at this time.

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