Minden woman arrested for home invasion

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A Minden woman is behind bars after she allegedly went after the wrong woman in a home invasion.

Jimmeka Lutece Wilson, 22, of the 200 block of Deerfield Road, was charged with home invasion.
Minden Police Chief Steve Cropper says the incident occurred when Wilson caught her boyfriend at another girl’s apartment.

“She goes to the apartment and barges her way in and jumped on the wrong girl,” Cropper said. “She forced her way into somebody else’s apartment uninvited. She’d heard the boyfriend was allegedly there.”

According to reports, Sgt. Ryan Barnette and Officer Mitch Hackett responded to the call, and upon arrival, Barnette noticed a female banging on the door of an apartment. When she came down the stairs, she reportedly told him she wanted to check on the people in the apartment because she’d heard some noise inside.

At that time, Ofc. Hackett arrived and stayed with the female, later identified as Wilson.

The occupant of the apartment told police Wilson was involved in the disturbance. The occupant told police she’d been dating a man and the disturbance began when Wilson found out her boyfriend was there, according to reports.

When Wilson banged on the door, the boyfriend opened the door, and that’s when Wilson pushed her way in and allegedly attacked a second occupant in the apartment – the occupant’s younger sister, not the other girl Wilson’s boyfriend had been dating.

“There were actually two females in the house,” Cropper said.

During further investigation, reports indicate witnesses corroborated the occupants’ story that they never left the apartment.

Wilson was taken into custody and transported to Bayou Dorcheat Correctional Center on the above charge.


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