LSU defensive back Jalen Mills arrested for second degree battery, report says LSU defensive back Jalen Mills was arrested for second degree battery stemming from an incident in Baton Rouge last month. (LSU Sports Information/ LSUsports.net) Print By Jim Kleinpeter, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune Follow on Twitter on June 11, 2014 at 8:03 AM, updated June 11, 2014 at 8:21 AM LSU defensive back Jalen Mills was arrested early Wednesday morning for second degree battery, Redsticknow.com reported. Mills reportedly punched a female victim in the mouth last month at his Highland Road apartment complex. According to a Baton Rouge Police warrant, the victim told police she was visiting the complex and knocked on Mills door. He opened the door and then closed it in her face so she knocked again. She walked away but said she heard someone say something and when she turned, Mills punched her in the mouth. She was kncoked unconscious and fell to the pavement, the report said. FOur stiches were required to close the cut on her lip. Mills was identified in a 6 person line-up by the victim as the person who punched her, Redsticknow.com reported. A witness also came forward and corroborated the victim's statement, stating Mills was the one who punched the female victim. Mills was contacted May 29th about the incident and told police he was in Houston and would not return to Baton Rouge until Monday, June 9, for summer school. Mills failed to show for an appointment Tuesday at 5 p.m., which Mills missed. He did not respond to telephone callls that day and a felony warrant was issued for his arrest for 2nd Degree Battery later that day. Mills was taken into custody and booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison about 2.a.m.