Livingston deputy no longer employed at sheriffs' office after battery arrest
DENHAM SPRINGS - A sheriff's deputy is no longer employed with the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Office after he was arrested for an alleged battery.
The sheriff's office said the crime happened Sunday at a home in Denham Springs. Daniel Beadle, 37, was booked for second-degree battery the next day.
Beadle was off-duty at the time of the incident, according to the sheriff's office. The department also said in a statement that Beadle is "no longer employed" with the sheriff's office.
Sheriff Jason Ard said an investigation into the incident is ongoing.
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