A Princeton man is in jail after the U.S. Marshal’s Service picked him up on three Webster warrants.
Justin C. Miller, 32, of the 100 block of Walnut Ridge Lane in Princeton, was arrested Tuesday, June 23, and charged with domestic abuse battery, unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling and misdemeanor simple criminal damage to property. Bonds totaled $87,500.
Webster Parish Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Bobby Igo Jr. says the warrants stemmed from a recent incident where Miller was told to stay away from his ex-girlfriend’s residence and he did not.
“Justin Miller was seeing this girl and they’d split up,” Igo said. “She’d told him on occasions to stay away, and we’d been down there numerous times to her residence.”
Igo says on that particular morning, after he’d been discovered inside her residence, they’d gotten into an argument and he reportedly got physically aggressive with her.
Igo says he was given an opportunity to come in to answer some questions, and when he didn’t, a warrant for his arrest was issued.
The warrant was turned over to the U.S. Marshal’s Service, and they apprehended him Tuesday.
The incident occurred roughly a few weeks ago.
He was booked into Bayou Dorcheat Correctional Center on the above charges.