Man Who Helped Kyle Rittenhouse Buy His Gun Faces Felony Charge of Evading Police, Allegedly Had Cocaine in His System at the Time


Dominick Black appears in court with his attorney

The man who helped Kyle Rittenhouse buy the gun used to shoot and kill three people in Kenosha, Wisconsin, was recently charged with a felony offense completely unrelated to the earlier high profile case.

Dominick Black, 20, stands accused of one count each of operating an unregistered motorcycle, and attempting to flee or elude a police officer. The latter charge is a felony punishable by up to three-and-a-half years in prison. The former charge is a misdemeanor typically subject to small fines.

According to a criminal complaint obtained by Milwaukee FOX affiliate WITI, the incident occurred on May 13, 2022. A Kenosha police officer allegedly spotted the unregistered motorcycle and was able to identify the driver as Black due to having “numerous interactions” with the defendant in the past.

The officer then tried to conduct a traffic stop — to absolutely no avail.

First, the criminal complaint says, the officer tailed the motorcycle exceeding the speed limit by relatively little — going 45 m.p.h. in a 30 m.p.h. zone. The officer says he activated his siren and flashing lights and noticed Black briefly observe what was happening in a mirror. The motorcycle did not slow down, police say, but the driver shook his head in the negative before going way beyond the speed limit.

“The driver after looking in his mirror, shook his head from side to side as if he was shaking his head ‘no’ before rapidly accelerating away from my squad [car].” the officer wrote in the court document obtained by Milwaukee NBC affiliate WTMJ. “The vehicles traveling on Sheridan Rd alongside of the MC, yielded to my emergency lights and siren.”

Then it was off to the races.

After that initial…


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