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Bossier ball park vandals arrested

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As a result of a Bossier Crime Stoppers tip, Bossier City police have arrested two teenagers in connection with the vandalism incident that happened earlier this week at Clifford Almond Park.

Jesse Bordelon
Jesse Bordelon

Detectives with the Property Crimes Unit arrested Jesse Bordelon, 17, of Bossier City and a 15-year old male on charges of simple burglary and criminal property damage. Along with being charged for burglarizing and damaging the Bossier Little League office building, the two are also charged with vandalizing the snow cone truck that was parked nearby.

Bordelon was arrested today and booked into the Bossier Parish Maximum Security Facility. The 15-year old suspect was arrested Tuesday night and booked into Ware Juvenile Detention Center.

A statement issued by Bossier City Police on March 30 said the vandals struck at Clifford Almond Park, located in the 4800 block of Shed Road, and caused thousands of dollars in damage, primarily to a city owned building that serves as the office for Bossier Little League. Along with scrawling graffiti on the north side of the building, the vandals broke in and discharged two fire extinguishers inside resulting in a considerable amount of damaged.

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