Lousiana's most Wanted man was captured today... In Rhea County.
Vacationers at Rocky Springs Campground had told police a suspicious man in a van was always around the kids.
55-year-old Richard Black is Louisiana's Most Wanted Man.
But he tells News12, "I don't want no trouble. I try to stay away from trouble. That's the reason why I left. I don't want trouble."
A fugitive, he was scheduled to be featured on America's Most wanted next week... Before he was captured near the Rocky Springs campground in Rhea County.
Detective Rocky Potter says a dangerous man was among Rocky Springs Vacationers.
Detective Potter said, "People that had been camping up there since the fourth had noticed it. Made a few phone calls. Every time we went up there we couldn't locate the van today. We were lucky enough to get there in time to catch him on the premises."
Potter says the campers told him Black was acting suspicious... Always lingering around children.
But Black tells News12 he was only watching over the children who he says were unattended.
"With God as my witness, I've never ever harmed a child in any indecent way, ever."
Potter says Black is wanted on two counts of aggravated incest and has been on Lousiana's sex offender registry for the equivalent of statutory rape since the early eightees, and had not registered as a sex offender yet in Rhea County.
He had also been charged with assaulted a game warden.
But Black says the game warden had harassed he and his wife for years.
And He says not being able to be around his own grandchildren is the reason he went on the run.
That's why, Black says, he was on his way to start a new life in Amish Country in Pennysylvania.