LAFAYETTE, LA (WAFB) - A man wanted on multiple warrants, one of which was for allegedly pouring gasoline on a home with two people inside, was arrested Tuesday.
The Lafayette City Marshal's Office reported Jeremy Ross, 36, of Lafayette, was arrested by city marshal deputies. He was booked into the Lafayette Parish Correctional Center. No bond was set.
One warrant was for attempted aggravated arson for allegedly pouring gasoline on the back door of a woman's home while she and her 1-year-old were inside.
There was a bench warrant for aggravated battery for allegedly hitting the victim with a clothes iron. Another bench warrant was for aggravated assault because he allegedly threw the clothes iron and almost hit the baby. A third bench warrant was for domestic abuse battery.
Marshal Earl Picard said the warrants were issued on June 10, 2013; July 15, 2013; July 16, 2013 and May 20, 2014. Picard added Ross has been arrested 34 times since 1998.