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Temple man facing multiple charges after Thursday night rampage

TEMPLE, TX (KXXV) -

A Temple man is facing multiple charges after a violent night spread across town Thursday. Luis Adre Sauceda has been arrested after taking a domestic disturbance to two locations and assaulting two people and police officers. 

Temple police say Sauceda's girlfriend had been in an argument with the suspect when she was assaulted. Sauceda then prevented her from calling authorities by wrestling the phone out of the victim's hand and damaging it to prevent a call from being made.

The victim, who suffered minor injuries, then fled from the scene in the 1000 block of North 17th St. to her mother's home  nearby.

Sauceda followed her and tried to confront her again when the victim's stepfather attempted to intervene. The suspect proceeded to assault the victim's stepfather and fled the scene before officers arrived.

Police later found Sauceda intoxicated at the Cefco convenience store in the 600 block of N. 3rd St. Officers detained him, but when they asked him for his name and date of birth he lied to the officers.

When officers attempted to retrieve Sauceda's real name, he turned and ran away from authorities. He was arrested after a short foot chase and physically resisted the officers during the arrest.  

Sauceda now faces a laundry list of charges that include: assault causing injury to family member, injury to the elderly, resisting arrest, escape from custody, failure to identify by giving fictitious name, public intoxication, and two counts of interference with an emergency call.

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