LSU head coach Les Miles suspended an offensive lineman after an arrest on Tuesday.BATON ROUGE – LSU football coach Les Miles is not waiting for the court system to run its course. He indefinitely suspended reserve offensive tackle Jevonte Domond on Tuesday shortly after learning that he was arrested and jailed Monday by the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s office on a felony battery charge involving domestic abuse.“It’s a crime that we cannot condone and behavior that we will not tolerate,” Miles said while at the Southeastern Conference spring meetings in Destin, Florida, Tuesday afternoon to the Baton Rouge Advocate. “I’m not familiar with the specifics. I’m trying to get the specifics.”Domond, 22, allegedly strangled and slammed his fiancé onto their couch in their Baton Rouge apartment, according to the Sheriff’s office report.How SEC plans to address off-the-field issuesA reserve junior college transfer from Glendale Community College in Glendale, Arizona, who signed with LSU last summer, Domond was booked into East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on Monday and remained there late Tuesday, according to the Sheriff’s office.During an argument with his fiancé, the 6-foot-6, 310-pound Domond allegedly lifted the woman off the ground by the back of her neck as she was leaning over and looking at their baby, then he dropped her, according to the Sheriff’s office report. The woman told deputies that Domond also picked her up and “slammed her on the couch” and bit her. Deputies said the woman said she started to lose consciousness, but managed to spray Domond with pepper spray multiple times.Domond later told the Sheriff’s office in a statement that he neither strangled nor did he bite his fiancé and that she previously pulled a kitchen knife on him. He said he did pick her up, but to make her stop dousing him with pepper spray.The couple’s baby was not hurt and is fine, East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s office spokeswoman Casey Rayborn Hicks said.