NPD Arrests Student For Fight At Natchitoches Central High School Parking-lot

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On Tuesday, January 5, 2016 the Natchitoches Police Department responded to the Natchitoches Regional Medical Center in reference to a 16 year old, male, juvenile who had sustained injuries during a fight inside of the parking-lot of the Natchitoches Central High School.  Initial reports stated that the juvenile was struck multiple times about the head which led other students to intervene and break up the fight.  The juvenile then left the school’s campus and traveled to his grandparent’s residence where he became extremely ill.  As a result he was then transported to the Natchitoches Regional Medical Center where medical officials determined that his injuries had resulted in a brain bleed.  As a result of those injuries the juvenile was then transported by helicopter to the Rapides Regional Medical Center where his current condition is unknown.

The offense was later turned over the Natchitoches Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division (CID) in which detectives were able to get additional facts which led to the discovery of the perpetrator;  Jerred Wayne Niette, 18 years of age, of 529 Hwy. 3191, Natchitoches, LA.  Niette was booked on one count of LA R.S. 34.1 Second Degree Battery and was later transported out to the Natchitoches Parish Detention Center where he awaits bond.
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If you have any additional information in reference to this offense please contact the Natchitoches Police Department at (318) 352-8101 or you may contact Detective Sergeant Jeff Townson at (318) 357-3852.  Remember all information given shall remain confidential.|

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5 thoughts on “NPD Arrests Student For Fight At Natchitoches Central High School Parking-lot

  1. Both families need prayer! God plz forgive those that try to be the judge of who needs your mercy. May your healing power be pour out over the young man that was hurt and forgiveness for both of the men. Our world needs more love and less hate..in Jesus name I pray!

  2. Jerred Niette deserves no prayer. He’s human waste and I know this as I have gone to school with him for years. Let his family read this, I don’t care. This isn’t the first time Jerred has gotten into a fight, and now he’s gone and damn near killed someone very close to me. Jerred deserves no mercy, and I spoke to the mother of the victim and she plans to see Jerred put behind bars as long as the law allows. Pray for the BOY who was damn near killed by a MAN. Jerred will get what is his.

    • I’d like to know just who you are! Everyone deserves prayer! Who are you to decide who is worthy of prayer?? Are you perfect? If not you need not be judging people! Fights happen. This is a sad situation for both parties!! Both parties need prayer.

  3. The seriousness of this injury cannot be minimized. We should lift up the families of both these young men in prayer.

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