NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) – A St. Martinville metropolis councilman and Mayor Pro Tem spent a lot of Friday jailed in Orleans Parish after being arrested for an alleged home violence incident following the Saints’ loss to Dallas on the Caesars Superdome.
Craig Prosper, 54, was booked with home abuse battery following an 11 p.m. arrest on the stadium. Based on court docket paperwork, a girl instructed New Orleans police she had been pushed by Prosper, and that he had “grabbed her with each fingers by the neck and squeezed.”
The girl instructed authorities she didn’t lose consciousness throughout the altercation. However in reply to home violence threat questions police are required to ask, the lady stated Prosper intimidates, threatens or assaults her “rather a lot,” however that she had by no means been frightened or injured by him.
Data present Prosper was booked into the Orleans Justice Heart jail Friday at 1:24 a.m. An arrest register calls Prosper “unemployed,” although the contractor’s LinkedIn web page says he’s in his thirty first 12 months as president of Craig Prosper Builders Inc. Prosper additionally has served as St. Martinville’s District 2 councilman since 2006, according to his entry on the website Ballotpedia, together with his present four-year time period set to run out subsequent June.
Prosper appeared later Friday at Orleans Parish Justice of the Peace Court docket by way of video convention. Data present Commissioner Jonathan Friedman set Prosper’s bond at $100 and didn’t subject a protecting home stay-away order, citing authorities’ failure to supply “sufferer data” to the court docket.
Data present Prosper had bonded out of jail by Saturday morning. A message left searching for touch upon the arrest from his protection legal professional Marc Bonin was not instantly returned.
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