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Shacassity Y. Armstrong

Things in life often happen very quickly. Before we know it, a decision that we make in a moment of rage can change the direction of our lives, creating a pause or alternate route, and changing things for better or worse.

According to police reports, police were summoned to a domestic aggravated battery call at Chestnut Terrance in West Monroe, LA. The victim told police his girlfriend cut him with a knife while they were arguing. It is alleged that the suspect, Shacassity Y. Armstrong told her 11-year-old son to get a knife, which she used to cut the victim. When the suspect got the kn...



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