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November 15 10:37 AM

BOSSIER CITY WOMAN BELIEVED MURDERED, HUSBAND CHARGED

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 Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office investigators have issued a warrant for 2nd degree murder of a north Bossier City man after his wife disappeared Thursday morning. 

Investigators believe that Robert Bond, Jr., 53, murdered his wife, Ann (Annie) Bond, 46, and issued a warrant for his arrest late Thursday evening.  Robert was located by law enforcement officers in southern Mississippi near Gautier early Friday morning suffering from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, taken into custody and transported to a local hospital.   

Physical evidence at the house and witness statements led Bossier Sheriff’s Crime Scene Investigators and detectives to issue the warrant for Robert’s arrest.   His bond is set at $1,000,000.

If anyone has any information about his case, please contact the Bossier Sheriff’s Office at 318-965-2203.

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