Fight at Bossier Parish bar leads to 5 arrests

BOSSIER PARISH, LA (KSLA) – The Bossier Parish Sheriff's Office makes five arrests Sunday morning after a fight at Camp Joy Marina Bar in Bossier Parish.

Bossier deputies say 38-year-old Rebecca Marshall was reportedly intoxicated at the bar and got into a fight reportedly with several unknown persons.

During the alleged fight, deputies say Marshall hit the bartender twice after the bartender reportedly tried to stop the fight.

Marshall was arrested by Bossier deputies who say that she told them that she reportedly had two 'roaches' in her purse and some loose marijuana in her pants pocket. Deputies say also during her arrest she reportedly told deputies, "I already had bruises on me. Y'all go ahead and keep touching me. I'll have your badges."

Deputies say Marshall admitted to being intoxicated. She now faces charges of possession of marijuana, simple battery, two counts of public intimidation and disturbing the peace drunk. She's now being held at the Bossier Maximum Security Facility.

The other four arrests include 18-year-old Dustin Blake and 23-year-old Gary Matlock who were believed to be intoxicated at the scene and now both men face a charge of disturbing the peace drunk.

The other two arrests resulted according to deputies when 31-year-old Walter Hallet and 31-year-old Joseph Sandifer left the bar after the altercation.

Deputies stopped Hallet and Sandifer blocks away and learned that Hallett had three outstanding warrants through Bossier City Police Dept. and Sandifer was found to have an outstanding warrant through the Bossier Sheriff's Office.

Hallet is now being held at the Bossier Max. as a Bossier City fugitive and Sandifer according to deputies, now faces charges of introducing contraband, simple possession of marijuana and outstanding warrant.

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