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March 24 09:19 AM

Suspect sought in connection with home invasion; domestic battery

 Shreveport Police Domestic Violence detectives have procured a warrant for the arrest of a man who allegedly attacked his former girlfriend after unlawfully entering her home earlier this month.

 

Back on March 1, 2018, Shreveport Police patrol officers were called to a residence located in the 1600 block of Fullerton Street relative to a home invasion.  As officers arrived at the scene, they spoke with the victim and witnesses.  It was learned while the victim was at home, 28 year old Micah A. Hammond broke into the home and attacked the victim causing injury.

 

Hammond, after attack, fled the home, only to return the next day and attack the victim again after forcefully entering the front door.  During the second attack, Hammond injured a second person inside the home.  Police are now searching for Hammond, who is charged with unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling, domestic abuse battery and home invasion.  Bond in the matter has been set at $150,000.00 .  Persons with any information on the whereabouts of Micah A. Hammond are asked to contact Crimestoppers at:  (318) 673-7373 or visit their website at:  www.lockemup.org  

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