If convicted, he could be fined up to $100 and may be required to spend up to 90 days in jail.
In the separate video, authorities said he claimed to have killed more than a dozen other people.
Police say the burglary suspect may have barricaded themselves inside the home. It’s not clear if anyone else is inside.
The two men were in a black Mustang with a faded hood and roof and two different rims.
Dispatchers heard from one of the women: “She’s got a gun” and “my wife, I told her I wanted a divorce.”
After an online video appeared to show Couch at a party where people were drinking, Couch and his mother briefly fled to Mexico.
The suspect’s family says he was shot more than nine times by the police officers.
Law enforcement found the Suburban in a parking lot in Rapides Parish, about 30 miles northwest of Lafayette, Louisiana.
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The Department of Justice says he then filed fraudulent income tax returns in order to receive refund checks in the mail.
The family was initially told that the infant had already been picked up.
Jeremiah Ramirez, 28, was arrested on outstanding warrants, and additional charges are pending.
Fmr. Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo said Johnson committed the “lion’s share” of the nearly 100 rock throwing cases that plagued the city.