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Lindale manhunt suspect caught, could face more charges

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Dustin Youngman (Source: Henderson County Jail) Dustin Youngman (Source: Henderson County Jail)

An East Texas man could be facing more charges following a manhunt Friday night.

Dustin Youngman, 38, has already been charged with burglary of a habitation, violation of emergency protective order and evading arrest on foot. According to Lindale police, Smith County could issue more charges pending an investigation.

Bonnie Street in Lindale was quiet Saturday morning but residents said there was plenty of activity Friday night.

“Before I knew it half the street was filled with cop cars," a Lindale resident said.

The resident wanted to remain anonymous but she shared a video of the scene outside her home Friday night.

She said several streets and homes in the neighborhood were searched by law enforcement.

"I let them know that it was just me here. They asked if anyone was in the home I said no,"  she said. " They asked if they could come in and do the search just briefly because there was a dangerous man that could be armed."  

The man they were looking for was Youngman. Earlier this year he was arrested in Henderson County for aggravated sexual assault.

Friday, the Lindale Police Department received information about a terroristic threat involving Youngman. Officers found a vehicle registered to Youngman at a home in Lindale and that's where he fled from police.

The resident said police were on her street for about 30 minutes.

"His cell phone was picking up right by my house so before they left they let us know to please lock up," she said.

Youngman was found just before 10:30 Friday night. His bond is set at $95,000.

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