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Bossier City officer arrested for battery

Jonathon Clark Rosson (source: Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office) Jonathon Clark Rosson (source: Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office)

News release from the Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office

Bossier Sheriff Larry Deen says a Bossier City police officer was arrested early Thursday morning for unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling and simple battery.

Jonathon Clark Rosson, 23, of the 200 block of South Youree Drive in Bossier City, was taken into custody after he went to his ex-girlfriend's house in the 1400 block of Gray Lake. He told Bossier Sheriff's deputies he noticed a truck in the driveway that he did not recognize.

His ex-girlfriend met him outside of the residence and he asked her who owned the truck, but she refused to answer.  Rosson then entered the residence without permission and was met by a male at her bedroom door.  The two wrestled for about 5-10 seconds before the mother of Rosson's ex-girlfriend told Rosson to leave the residence.  He then drove home.

Rosson was transported to the Bossier Maximum Security Facility and booked.  His bond is pending.

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