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Man wanted for Houston aggravated robbery
Polk County Enterprise - November 2008
LIVINGSTON — City of Livingston Police and Polk County Sheriff’s deputies joined a search by the U.S. Marshal’s offi ce and Texas Rangers who attempted to arrest Kim Daryl Warner, 52, of Livingston at his place of employment at about 10 a.m. Friday, according to Lt. Matt Parrish, Livingston Police Department spokesman. The suspect is wanted in connection with an aggravated assault and aggravated robbery that occurred in Harris County, Parrish said. Local offi cers were called to assist the out-of-county arrest team after Warner spotted the approaching offi cers at a business on South Houston Street and fl ed on foot into a wooded area. Troopers from the Texas Department of Public Safety and tracking dogs from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice also joined the search. The search area stretched from South Houston near Fair Street west to South Washington and Liberty Avenue and north to Washington and Garner St. “Apparently he got outside the initial search perimeter and he is believed to be out of the area,” Parrish said after the search was called off Friday afternoon. At the request of law enforcement offi cers, Livingston I.S.D. locked down all its campuses to prevent the suspect from seeking refuge in in any school buildings. Warner is described as 5-feet, seven inches tall and weighing about 210 pounds. He is a white male with dark complexion, green eyes and brown hair. In a 2007 arrest photo he is shown with a beard, but is now clean-shaven, offi cers said. He was wearing blue jeans and a light-colored shirt when he reportedly fl ed from offi cers Friday morning.