Police ID man accused of wielding gun at a Bossier casino

Police ID man accused of wielding gun at a Bossier casino

BOSSIER CITY, LA (KSLA) - A New Orleans resident faces 4 charges for reportedly wielding a gun at a Bossier City casino.

Reed Sutton, 21, was arrested Wednesday morning in the Boomtown Casino parking garage.

He now faces 1 count each of simple battery, reckless conduct, illegal carrying of a weapon and resisting arrest.

Casino security personnel were called to the hotel's business center about 10 a.m.

There they asked a man to leave then got into a scuffle with him after he refused and showed a gun in his waistband, according to Bossier City police.

He ran out of the hotel and into the parking garage.

Authorities set up a perimeter.

He was found hiding in a storage container and was bitten by a Bossier City police K9.

The man was taken to a hospital for treatment.

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