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Suspect reportedly breaks down in the Louisiana governor’s mansion, falls asleep on the sofa: report

Louisiana Governor’s Mansion. The police announced the mansion experienced a extraoridinary security breach last week when a man trespassed into the building and broke an antique table before falling asleep on the couch.
(Louisiana State Police)

The governor’s mansion in Baton Rouge, La., experienced an extraordinary security breach last week after a man trespassed at the hotel for damaging a table and fall asleep on the bank, state police revealed Monday.

Thirty-four-year-old Reynard Green was booked Wednesday on simple burglary, criminal offences and criminal damage to property, possession of a Schedule I narcotic and two counts of battery of a police officer, The Lawyer reported. It was not immediately clear whether he had a lawyer.

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Green was found asleep on a bench, and had broken an antique table, authorities said.

Reynard Green of Baton Rouge, was booked Wednesday on counts, including simple burglary, criminal offences and criminal damage to property. It was not immediately clear whether he had a lawyer.
(Louisiana State Police)

State Police spokesman J. B. Slaton said Green had also attacked two law enforcement officers after being transferred to a police station.

Slaton said that while the battle is still under investigation, authorities are reviewing security protocols at the mansion “for potential areas of improvement.”

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Authorities would not immediately comment on whether Gov. Call John Edwards or his family in the house at the time. A spokesman for the governor referred to commentary on the State of the Police.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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