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LPD investigation in stalking incident leads to arrest

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LEESVILLE, La. (KALB News Channel 5) The Leesville Police Department arrests man in stalking incident on multiple charges.

According to the Leesville Police Department, on October 24, 2013, an Officer with the Leesville Police Department was dispatched to a residence on University Parkway in reference to stalking and a battery. Upon arrival, the Officer met with the victim. The victim reported that a white male, identified as Rodney Holland, 49 of Leesville, had been following the victim and communicating with the victim via phone.

LPD said the victim also reported that on this particular day, Holland had entered her residence without her permission and a verbal altercation had ensued. When Holland was told to leave by the victim, he had struck the victim in the face and left the residence. LPD said at that time, the Officer was unable to locate Holland and therefore warrants were issued for his arrest.

According to LPD, on November 21, Holland came to Leesville City Court in order to pay on a probation fine. Holland was identified, and the Leesville Police Department was notified of his location. LPD said Holland was taken into custody without further incident for the active warrants.

According to LPD, Rodney Holland was booked into the Leesville City Jail on the charges of Stalking, Simple Battery, and Unauthorized Entry into an Inhabited Dwelling. LPD said his total bond was set at $5,350.00. 

 

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