Charles Kuebler arrested after fleeing Mississippi - - Jackson, MS

Charles Kuebler arrested after fleeing Mississippi

JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

The man indicted for murderer who went missing over the weekend has now been located.

Charles Kuebler is back in jail, this time in Louisiana.

It all started last week when he failed to show up for a court appearance in Hinds County.

Charles Kuebler was indicted for the murder of Tamara, "Tammy" Stuckey last fall.

He was supposed to be at home awaiting trial, and staying out of trouble as part of his probation, but Kuebler had other plans.

He was released on bond and was awaiting trial, but when he failed to show up for a court appearance last week, a bond revocation was released by Judge Winston Kidd.

The order stated that Kuebler was on strict house arrest, but the court had learned he had removed a monitoring device on his ankle, and didn't show up for a meeting with his probation officer.

Kuebler was off the grid for several days, but popped up at 1:30 am in Pineville, Louisiana.

Authorities there say he led state troopers on a high speed chase in a 1997 Chevy Lumina.

He was finally caught again and jailed after he was caught fleeing from the car on foot.

The arresting officers say he didn't have identification, and gave a false name and date of birth, but did say he was from Jackson, Mississippi.

Police there finally determined he was Charles Kuebler, and charged him with numerous felonies, including speeding, aggravated flight from a police officer, resisting arrest and no drivers license.

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