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Jordan Jefferson back behind bars

Former LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson is back in jail.  The judge handling Jefferson's charges stemming from last year's bar fight ruled that Jefferson's arrest on drug charges violated his bond.  WAFB's Jim Shannon will have more on 9News at 5.

Later, on 9News at 6:  Less than a day after hunters discovered a skull and bone fragments in Ascension Parish, authorities were able to identify the remains as those of Robert Alexis.  WAFB's Tyana Williams talked to his family and will have more tonight at 6.

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