Authorities said Sunday that Louis Anthony Alaniz, 24, of Houston is charged with interfering with the duty of a police officer.

Alaniz left the besieged Mount Carmel compound Saturday at about 3:30 p.m. wearing a T-shirt referring to cult leader Vernon Howell as “David Koresh, God.” He is being held in the McLennan County Jail without bond. Authorities also are holding Alaniz as a material witness.

Alaniz slipped through the lines of federal agents surrounding the Mount Carmel compound March 25, surprising cultists inside.

Jesse Amen, a California man who sneaked into the compound March 26 and came out April 4, also remains in McLennan County Jail charged with interfering with the duty of a police officer.

Read the Tribune-Herald's 7-part investigative series on the inner workings of the Branch Davidians. Hours after Part Two appeared in print, the ATF raided the group's compound.

Read the Tribune-Herald’s account of the ATF raid on the Branch Davidian compound on Feb. 28, 1993. Four ATF agents and six in the compound were killed in the gunfight.

Read the daily news accounts of the 51-day siege at the Branch Davidian compound near Elk, which began Feb. 28 and lasted until April.

Read the accounts of April 19 and beyond: FBI agents began inserting canisters of tear gas into the Branch Davidian compound in the early morning hours. By noon, it was on fire.