Wanted domestic violence suspect arrested, indicted on multiple charges
A defendant has been indicted on a federal charge of cyber-stalking.
Lubbock police and U.S. Marshals have been hunting William Bradley, 40, for more than a month. He's accused of repeated domestic violence.
Federal court records indicate Bradley harassed and intimidated a victim online in Feb. 2018.
Cyber-stalking is a federal crime since the internet is under the government's control of inter-state commerce. This matches cases out of Lubbock County. Bradley was on the run for a few weeks, accused of multiple cases of domestic violence over the past year.
A state indictment claims Bradley grabbed and chocked an ex-girlfriend in June 2018, then damaged her vehicle. The victim in this incident matches the federal indictment.
Court records indicate Bradley bonded out of jail on that charge. In March 2019, court records indicate Bradley beat another ex-girlfriend.
The U.S. Marshals started looking for him in early May.
He was arrested in Colorado on May 23, then transferred to Lubbock County on June 11.