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August 4, 2015 -- An individual has been arrested for seriously injuring a young woman at a gas station in Shreveport late last month.

Jalen A. Jack, 18, is identified as thug who threw a metal pipe at 18-year-old Jessica Burns.

Reports say three black males were harassing burns with obscene comments, prompting her boyfriend to object. The males then attacked her boyfriend. One of the attackers threw a pipe striking Burns in the face.

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A local man is behind bars this afternoon accused of seriously injuring a woman late last month in north Shreveport.

On July 26, approximately 9:30 p.m. Shreveport police officers went to a convenience store in the 4400 block of Hilry Huckaby III Avenue after an assault and battery call. Police contacted 18-year-old Jessica Burns who was suffering from substantial injuries to her face. Authorities subsequently discovered a male accompanying her apparently became involved in a physical altercation with a group of subjects there at the business on Hilry Huckaby III Avenue and, during the melee, one of the subjects allegedly threw a metal pipe striking Burns in the face.

Detectives immediately initiated an investigation and, based on information and evidence gathered during their inquiry, identified 18-year-old Jalen A. Jack as the suspect who injured the victim. Jack, of the 2800 block of 5th Street in Shreveport, was booked into the Shreveport City Jail on one count of aggravated second-egree battery.

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