A south Bossier man was arrested early Wednesday for attacking and injuring his live-in girlfriend and her mother.
Bossier deputies were dispatched to a possible suicide attempt call for a man living in the 200 block of Pecan Grove Lane in south Bossier around 2:40 a.m. Wednesday. When they arrived on scene, they found the man, identified as Beau Norman, 35, actually attacking the mother of his live-in girlfriend, chocking her and holding a pair of small sewing scissors. The deputies were able to quickly subdue Norman and take him into custody.
A short time earlier, Norman had been acting crazy and appeared to want to harm himself, according to his live-in girlfriend. The two were arguing, and his girlfriend left their residence to seek refuge at her mother’s house next door. Norman then forcibly entered the mother’s house and attacked his live-in girlfriend and her mother. His girlfriend than said he threw hard objects at her and used “something sharp” to cut and stab her and her mother. She says Norman continued to attack them, and that’s when the deputies arrived and took him into custody.
Both victims were transported to the hospital for treatment; the girlfriend received a black eye, head lacerations and scratches, while the mother received head and neck injuries, bite marks, and bruises. The girlfriend was released, while her mother is still receiving treatment.
Deputies then found marijuana, rolling papers, a scale and smoking pipe at Norman’s residence.
Norman was transported to the Bossier Maximum Security Facility for booking and charged with aggravated 2nd degree battery (domestic violence), aggravated 2nd degree battery, home invasion, simple criminal property damage, simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia; his bond is pending.