Louisiana man accused of stalking, trying to enter ex's home
ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) - A Louisiana man is accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend and trying to break into her home.
News outlets report 32-year-old William Demond Slaughter has been arrested on related charges. A Rapides Parish Sheriff's Office statement says the woman reported the attempted break-in last week and deputies starting watching her home.
He was found days later by detectives and agents with the U.S. Marshals Violent Offenders Task Force. He was also booked on contempt of court warrants out of Rapides and Grant parishes. It's unclear what charges he was wanted on in those parishes.
He has since posted bail and was released with an order of protection to stay away from the ex-girlfriend. It's unclear if he has a lawyer who can comment on his behalf.
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