Domestic disturbance ends in arrest
The first call came at 9:38 p.m. Sunday, when a neighbor complained to police about “some type of disturbance,” Ruston Police Public Information Officer Sgt. Curtis Hawkins said.
“Officers noticed his wife had bruises on her arm,” Hawkins said. “The wife told our officers the bruises were from medical treatment she had received and insisted the disturbance was only vocal. Both said nothing had happened, so our officers left the scene.”