Man Charged in Loper Murder Released From Hospital

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    Terrance Black is expected to recover from his injuries and return to Texas to face charges in Susan Loper's murder. Meanwhile those who know him describe him as a nice guy who was in love with Loper.

    Terrance Black, the man arrested for the murder of Susan Loper, was released from an Arizona hospital Friday.

    Black was arrested April 22 in Arizona after jumping into the Grand Canyon after being questioned for panhandling by park rangers. Black fell about 25 feet and was hospitalized.

    He is now being held in a county jail in Flagstaff.  There's no word yet on whether or not he's been officially arraigned there or whether an extradition hearing has been set.

    Court Documents Shed Details on Loper Investigation

    [DFW] Court Documents Shed Details on Loper Investigation
    Court documents show that the man arrested in Susan Loper's slaying was a suspect in her disappearance almost immediately.

    Loper, a 40-year-old fitness instructor in Plano, was brutally killed after her apparent abduction from the Gleneagles Country Club where she worked. She was laid to rest earlier this week.

    Police released this mugshot of Black on Friday.

    Detectives Describe Loper's Injuries as "Overkill"

    [DFW] Detectives Describe Loper's Injuries as "Overkill"
    Susan Loper, the Plano fitness instructor whose body was found in a field last week, died of injuries described as "overkill" by a Dallas police detective.