A Tyler man wanted for a felony injury to a child charge in Wood County was captured by Kilgore police after he ran from a construction site, broke into a home and stole a woman's cell phone.
Roberson said Reeves was pursued by police though out the neighborhood, but the man evaded officers by running through several yards, a creek bed and through a culvert.
Roberson said Reeves then forcibly entered a residence in the 2300 block of Redbud Street though the front door and assaulted a house keeper and stealing her cell phone out of her hands.
Officers located Reeves in a back bedroom of the residence and after a brief struggle he was taken into custody officer Joseph Harrison and Sgt. David Falco.
Mikeal Reeves was transported and booked into the Kilgore Municipal Jail and charged with felony burglary of habitation with a bond of $250,000, evading arrest with a bond of $20,000 and the original Wood County warrant for injury to a child with a bond of $50,000.