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MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas — The search for a man accused of assaulting a woman at a Montgomery County cemetery has ended, authorities said.

Charles Glaze, 52, was taken into custody by Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office deputies Monday night.

Investigators said deputies were contacted by Klein Memorial Cemetery in Tomball and informed that a similar incident had occurred on Mother’s Day.

Deputies learned that during this incident, another female victim was approached by Glaze who made inappropriate comments. Glaze eventually left the victim alone, but not before she was able to take a photo of Glaze’s red Ford F-150, license plate and report him to the cemetery.

A warrant was issued for Glaze, who was arrested at 6 p.m. in the 9200 block of Sweetbrush Dr,  in Houston. A photo lineup was conducted by both victims, who positively identified Glaze.