( TEMPLE PD RELEASE-BRAD HUNT)
On 9-10-10 at about 2:40 am, Temple Police responded to a burglary in progress at a residence in the 400 block of South 15th Street. Information in the call indicated the known suspect had a handgun. As Officers arrived, they located the suspect, Mr. Black, on the street near the house. He then fled on foot from the officers. He evaded arrest and was not found again that night.
The follow-up investigation yielded evidence that Mr. Black had fired several shots and then entered his ex-girlfriend's house by breaking in the front door. He stayed in the house with the gun in his hand for a very brief time, then left as officers were arriving. No one was injured.
Later in the day on 9-10-10, Investigators reviewed this case with the Bell County District Attorney's Office. That office issued a complaint against Mr. Black for Burglary of a Habitation with Intent to Commit a Felony. Justice of the Peace Ivey then issued an arrest warrant for that charge. Officers also obtained an arrest warrant for the misdemeanor evading arrest charge.
On 3-8-11, Mr. Black was located by Temple Police and arrested for the warrants. I do not currently have info about the location of the arrest, or bond info.