Three Suspected Illegal Aliens Being Held In Bossier Parish On Indecency Charges
Two Bossier City men and a man from Princeton were arrested for exposing themselves while urinating in the parking lot of a Haughton convenience store on a busy Sunday afternoon.
26-year-old Luis G. Hernandez, and 21-year-old Diego Juan-Miguel, both of the 1100 block of Coleman in Bossier City, and 20-year-old Santiago Perez of the 4 block of Acadian in Princeton, were intoxicated and urinating by the ice machine and fence at the Circle K on Highway 80 in Haughton.
Store employees and customers told Bossier deputies the men were very intoxicated and relieved themselves in the presence of women and children during the busy afternoon store traffic. The three men had also just purchased beer and were about to depart the parking lot in a vehicle driven by another man, who was charged by Louisiana State Police for being nearly three times over the legal blood-alcohol limit.
Hernandez, Juan-Miguel and Perez were taken to the Bossier Maximum Security Facility and booked on disturbing the peace (drunk) and obscenity. They also admitted to being in the United States illegally, and they have been placed on immigration hold. Their bonds are set at $25,150 each.