Lake Elsinore bail agent allegedly killed by fugitive to be buried at Riverside National Cemetery

RIVERSIDE (CNS) - A 42-year-old bounty hunter and former U.S. Marine allegedly gunned down by a fugitive at a Moreno Valley motel will be laid to rest Tuesday in Riverside. James Black of Lake Elsinore was killed earlier this month in what authorities describe as an attempted apprehension of 41-year-old Chad James Green of Riverside. Black's family has scheduled three ceremonies in the former serviceman's honor. The first will be a 10 a.m. memorial at St. Frances of Rome Catholic Church in Wildomar, followed at noon with a burial service at Riverside National Cemetery, concluding with a mid-afternoon "celebration of life service" at a nearby banquet hall. Black qualifies for interment at the federal cemetery because of his years in the Marines. According to his employer, U.S
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