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Accused 2016 SXSW shooter in trouble again

Source: Killeen Police Department Source: Killeen Police Department
Source: MGN Source: MGN
KILLEEN, TX (KXXV) -

The man accused of firing shots into a crowd during SXSW last month was arrested again in Killeen on Tuesday night. 

Rondarius Spicer, 22, was charged with evading arrest or detention with a vehicle after refusing to stop for police during a traffic stop.

According to an affidavit, Spicer ran a red light turning from Gilmer onto Veterans Memorial Blvd.

When the officer turned on his emergency lights, Spicer took off at a high rate of speed in his grey sedan. 

The officer said the sedan made several turns, ran a few stop signs and almost hit another vehicle.

It was only until another officer arrived on scene that the sedan came to a stop.

Spicer was immediately taken into custody.

He was taken to the Killeen City Jail on a $20,000 bond. 

Back on March 22, Spicer was charged with deadly conduct by discharging a firearm after he allegedly fired a gun during SXSW.

Police were able to locate Spicer in the crowd and tackled him to the ground. He was found with two handguns and was arrested, but made bond hours later. 

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