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Grand jury indicts Temple man in assault on Nolanville officer

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Posted: Thursday, September 26, 2013 4:30 am

BELTON — A 38-year-old Temple man facing multiple felony charges for allegedly kicking a Nolanville police officer in the groin was indicted Wednesday.

A Bell County grand jury indicted Allen Ray Jones Jr. on Wednesday on charges of evading arrest with a motor vehicle and assault on a public servant. Both charges carry a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison.

Jones also faces additional misdemeanor charges of driving while intoxicated, criminal mischief and resisting arrest stemming from an Aug. 30 incident in Nolanville.

Jones has remained in Bell County Jail awaiting trial since Aug. 31.

According to court documents, Jones led Nolanville police on a car chase after initially pulling him over for speeding on the access road of U.S. Highway 190.

Jones stopped his truck and exited the vehicle during the traffic stop. However, as the officer checked Jones’ driver’s license with a dispatcher, Jones got back into his truck and sped off.

Jones pulled the car over two more times, but then would drive off again, the affidavit stated.

Eventually he stopped and police took him into custody and placed him in the back of a patrol vehicle.

Jones started beating his head against the vehicle and kicking it. An officer opened the door to the police vehicle to speak with Jones, and Jones attempted to exit the vehicle, the affidavit stated.

The officer then attempted to put Jones back into the car. Jones kicked the officer in the thigh and groin, the affidavit stated.

The grand jury also returned indictments against the following Wednesday:

  • Tyrone Cordarius Sanders, 23, of Killeen, on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, less than 1 gram.
  • Ron Allan Kneeland, 47, of Temple, on a charge of evading arrest with a motor vehicle.
  • Billy Wayne Duffie Jr., 21, of Temple, on a charge of possession of cocaine, 1 gram or more.
  • Christopher Ryan Frazier, 33, of Temple, on a charge of possession of methamphetamine, less than 1 gram.
  • Ross Titus Linzy III, 35, of Temple, on a charge of possession of methamphetamine, 1 gram or more.
  • Martin Lemus Jr., 22, of Killeen, on a charge of endangering a child.
  • Gerardo Torres-Ibarra, 29, of Belton, on a charge of evading arrest with a motor vehicle.
  • Gilbert Lee Rodriguez, 27, of Belton, on a charge of evading arrest with a motor vehicle.
  • Michael Earl Sumuel, 51, of Temple, on a charge of theft from a person.
  • Kody Lee Broxton, 22, of Belton, on two counts of theft over $1,500.
  • Christopher Ray Weatherspoon, 31, of Temple, on two counts of theft over $1,500.
  • Zackary David Castlow, 22, of Belton, on two counts of theft over $1,500.
  • Ruby Sherrielynn Harris, 39, of Temple, on a charge of assault by strangulation.
  • Douglas William Warden, 50, of Temple, on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon with bodily injury.
  • Jose Valenzuela, 19, of Temple, on a charge of possession of methamphetamine, less than 1 gram.
  • Renaldo Nehemiah Gooding, 32, of Killeen, on a charge of possession of marijuana, 5 pounds or less.
  • Elizabeth Ashley Heisterberg, 30, of Harker Heights, on a charge of possession of cocaine, less than 1 gram.
  • Errick Dearn Mitchell, 48, of Killeen, on a charge of assault with previous conviction.
  • Navanitlal Bhaijibhai Patel, 62, of Temple, on two charges of driving while intoxicated, third or more.

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