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Shriever man arrested for kidnapping, beating ex-girlfriend

Jason Lee Livas, 28 (TPSO) Jason Lee Livas, 28 (TPSO)

Terrebonne Parish, La.- Police arrested 28-year-old Jason Lee Livas and charged him with second degree kidnapping and second degree battery on Wednesday.

The incident happened around 10:30 a.m.  when Terrebonne Parish deputies responded to Johnson Ridge Lane in reference to a woman being beaten and forced into the trunk of a vehicle.

Deputies located the vehicle in question, which was a gold colored Toyota Camry, discovered the victim in the backseat of her vehicle and the Livas was at a residence nearby.

 

Deputies approached the vehicle and the Livas took off running.  

After a brief chase deputies apprehended Livas and took him into custody.  

Police say the victim is a 35-year-old white female who is Livas' ex-girlfriend.  

The victim suffered with bruises to her face, head and upper body from being beaten and kicked by the suspect and investigators say she was beaten unconscious.  Investigators say she was then forced into her vehicle and driven around in the area.

At the conclusion of this investigation Livas was arrested for second degree kidnapping and second degree battery. 

Livas remains in the Terrebonne Parish Jail on a $150,000.00 bond.

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