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LSU's Jefferson, others to report to BRPD for questioning

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The Baton Rouge Police Department has contacted LSU and asked to see Jordan Jefferson, Chris Davenport, Josh Johns, and Jarvis Landry for a formal interview.

Sgt. Don Stone tells 9News the players are being asked to report to BRPD Headquarters Monday at 9 a.m. to get their side of the story about a fight that happened at Shady's early Friday morning.

"We are at a point where investigators need to talk to the players about their involvement," Stone said.

Stone says BRPD is not ruling out future arrests; however Monday's meeting is just an interview.


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