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Billiards brawl in bar lands Louisiana teen in jail

Trey Hebert (Source: Assumption Parish Sheriff's Office) Trey Hebert (Source: Assumption Parish Sheriff's Office)
PIERRE PART, LA (WAFB) -

Assumption Parish Sheriff deputies arrested a 17-year-old after witnesses say he beat up a 39-year-old man in a bar in Pierre Part, LA.

It happened New Year's Day at the T-Herm's Bar, Lakeview Inn Bar in Pierre Part. Deputies say the 39-year-old victim bumped into 17-year-old Trey Hebert as he was taking his final, 8-ball shot while playing pool.

Witnesses tell police that Hebert turned and yelled at the victim and hit him multiple times in the face. The victim was taken to the hospital where it was learned that his eye socket and nose were fractured, and possibly other facial bones. Deputies say the victim will need surgery.

Hebert was booked into the Assumption Detention Center and charged with one count of second degree battery. His bond has not been set.

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