WBRSO: Corrections officer fired after domestic violence arrest on Tuesday
PORT ALLEN - A West Baton Rouge Parish deputy was fired after being arrested for domestic violence on Tuesday.
According to the sheriff's office, deputies went to 27-year-old Andre Charlot's home in Port Allen around 1 p.m. on Tuesday for a call about a domestic violence incident.
A spokesperson did not go into specifics of the incident, but said Charlot was arrested, fired, and booked for domestic abuse battery with child endangerment.
Charlot has been a deputy since October 2022 and was assigned to the jail.
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