“USA TODAY-SHREVEPORT, La. — A Texas man faces several charges after he allegedly threw chairs at police officers while drunk and naked inside a Louisiana casino.
Terrence Roquemore, 24 of DeBerry, Texas, is charged with aggravated battery, aggravated assault on a police officer, battery of a police officer, resisting an officer with force, and disturbing the peace/drunk and obscenity, according to a news release from the Bossier City Police Department.
Officers responded to a call at 11:40 p.m. Tuesday regarding a disorderly person who refused to leave DiamondJacks Casino & Hotel in Bossier City. When officers arrived, they spotted a man running around on the second floor of the casino “in an excited state,” police said.
The man did not comply with orders from officers. A chemical spray used by police had no effect on the nude man. The man then began to throw chairs, striking on officers.
Police fired beanbag rounds to take the man down. He was transported to University Health in Shreveport, where he remains. He’ll be booked in Bossier City jail after his release, police said.
Two officers were injured in the incident. A woman at the casino reported a medical complaint due to the spray police used on Roquemore, police said”
Mr. Roquemore, a 24 year old bachelor decided to have him one of those nights that us men all hate to forget. Around 11:40 pm on Tuesday the young man was snitched on by a bystander for running around a Louisiana casino butt ass naked. Like first off, the man was probably up 300 and wanted to celebrate, what is wrong with that? You see much worse down on Bourbon Street in the city? The cop said the man was unresponsive to their orders and was in “an excited state.” I’m guessing Molly but I could be wrong. The man was later on taken down by some pepper spray, a perfect night ruined once again by the devils spray. Fuck whoever called the cops on a kid just trying to make some memories, I wonder if the dude still got to collect his winnings? Anyway, Mr. Roquemore keep doing you, this is going to be a story you can hold on forever.