BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - One of the suspects in the deadly shooting of a mother and her daughter in Beauregard Town has had prior run-ins with the law, dating back to 2008.
Aramis Jackson was arrested in August 2008 at LSU on a firearm charge, which was later dismissed.
On October 17, 2008, Jackson was arrested by sheriff's deputies for remaining after being forbidden, though he was never officially charged.
Jackson was arrested again in April of this year on weapons charges and was in jail until July. He was sentenced to the maximum six months in jail, but got out early after working out a deal, getting credit for time served and credit for good behavior.
If Jackson had served his full six month sentence, he would have still been behind bars when the deadly shooting occurred last Friday.
Aramis Jackson had little to say to the media when he was returned to Baton Rouge Tuesday afternoon.