BELTON — A Killeen man faces a felony charge after allegedly stalking a woman for nearly eight months.
Tra’Dameon La’Trent White, 20, was indicted by a Bell County grand jury Wednesday on a felony charge of stalking.
According to an arrest affidavit, White began stalking the victim in February, when he repeatedly began calling her at the Sprint store in Killeen where she worked.
After the victim was transferred to another location in Temple, White allegedly showed up and was arrested on a charge of criminal trespassing in June, according to the affidavit.
Court records show White served 45 days in jail and had a $324 fine for the trespassing charge.
The victim returned to work at the Killeen location, and received a call from White in October. The victim said White claimed to be her husband, yelled at her for allowing another man to drive her car, and said he would “snatch her up,” according to the arrest affidavit.
Court records also showed that White was charged with misdemeanor harassment charges after an incident Oct. 11.
White was arraigned by Justice of the Peace Bill Cooke, who set White’s bail at $100,000.
Jail records show that White was transported to a state hospital on Tuesday.