BELTON — A Temple teenager was indicted Wednesday for the alleged sexual assault of a Temple High School student.

The girl, 15, told her mother Oct. 24 that she was worried about her sexual activity, and said she had sex Oct. 5 with Dalton Schauer, 19, at his Fifth Street home, an arrest affidavit said.

Schauer admitted he had a romantic relationship with the girl and had sex activity with her. Schauer reportedly said he knew the girl was a Temple High School student, but he thought she was 16, the affidavit said.

He has no history of prior criminal convictions but, if found guilty of the second-degree felony, Schauer could be sentenced to from two to 20 years in prison, according to the Texas Penal Code.

Schauer was in the Bell County Jail on Wednesday, held in lieu of $100,000 bail.

Antwone D. Kearns

Temple resident Antwone D. Kearns, 30, was indicted after he reportedly drove while intoxicated with a child younger than 15 in the vehicle. The child was Kearns’ 4-year-old son, according to an arrest affidavit.

The arrest was made on Christmas Eve evening on Interstate 35 near mile marker 304.

The vehicle smelled overwhelmingly of cologne or body spray, and Kearns was asked to do some field sobriety steps. Based on the results, Kearns was arrested and taken to the department for more testing and a breath test. Kearns was told many times to not touch his face or put anything in his mouth for 15 minutes before the test, but he kept touching his face and licking his fingers, according to the affidavit.

Officers secured Kearns so he couldn’t disobey the orders and was tested about 15 minutes later. The result on the breathalyzer was 0.115. Officers couldn’t get a second breath sample because of Kearns’ actions, but a blood sample was taken.

Kearns was released Dec. 30 after he posted $15,000 bail.

Lequesha Teena Grant

Deadly conduct by discharging a firearm at a habitation, building or vehicle is the offense for which Lequesha Teena Grant, 34, of Temple was indicted by the grand jury.

Grant allegedly shot at a vehicle as a person drove away from a residence. A bullet hole was found in the passenger door, and several metal fragments were found inside the inner door frame, the affidavit said.

She was found at her residence and told officers she shot at a person when she told them to leave. Grant said she shot in the ground. Grant posted $20,000 bail Dec. 17, Bell County Chief Deputy Chuck Cox said Wednesday.

Others indictments

• Willie Henry, 40, of Marlin, assault involving a family/household member.

• Ricardo Villa Arellano, 20, of Belton, possession of a controlled substance less than 1 gram.

• Javosky Glenn Morrison, 38, of Austin, possession of a controlled substance less than 1 gram and tampering with physical evidence.

• Michael Wayne Criswell, 44, of Temple, two counts of possession of a controlled substance less than 1 gram (repeat offender).

• Nilmary Soriano Calderon, 19, of Killeen, possession of a controlled substance less than 1 gram.

• Dai’Quavier Caldwell, 18, of Temple, possession of marijuana 5 pounds or less but more than 4 ounces.

The grand jury issued 26 true bills and one no bill.