Trio arrested for trespassing in Tiger Stadium
BATON ROGUE - Three people were arrested for trespassing in Tiger Stadium last Wednesday evening.
According to arrest records, the group jumped over a fence to enter the stadium on Feb. 22 just before midnight.
A security guard located the three, secured them and contacted LSUPD, according to arrest records. They were then taken into custody.
All three were arrested, charged and booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on one count of unauthorized entry into a place of business.
This is the sixth time this year the stadium has been illegally accessed by one or more individuals.
One of the three later had charges dropped. This story was updated to reflect the changes in the criminal case.
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