UPDATE: Suspect identified in Lee Street investigation, facing multiple charges

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UPDATE: June 10, 2021 at 10:03

Wichita Falls Police have identified the suspect in the Lee Street investigation.

WFPD SWAT team, along with Crimes Against Property detectives, served a search warrant for 35-year-old Nolan Sylver Kerry around 3 Thursday afternoon.

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Kerry was wanted for 13 felony arrest warrants out of Kaufman County, Texas. He was arrested on scene.

According to police, an additional search warrant was obtained to search for stolen property in the 500 block of Lee St.

Police found four stolen vehicles and additional items stolen during a train cargo burglary.

Police obtained a third search warrant for Kerry’s home in the 800 block of N. Cottonwood St. in Wichita Falls and found more stolen property.

According to Crimes Against Property detectives, more charges are pending against Kerry based upon the property found.


UPDATE: June 10, 2021 at 3:48 p.m.

Wichita Falls Police have arrested two people in Lee Street investigation.

Police arrived to the 500 block of Lee Street to serve a search warrant.

Police said a man took off running and caught him on Farris Street and brought him back to Lee Street.

Police said the man took property from the railroad and the property was found.

Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway is also involved due to the stolen property.

A woman was also arrested. Charges for both suspects are unknown at this time.


WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — Multiple Wichita Falls Police units are currently on Lee Street for an investigation.

According to early reports, police were on a foot chase that started on Farris Street and ended on Lee Street.

The Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Police Department is also on scene.

It is unclear if someone was taken into custody and the investigation is underway.

Stick with Texomashomepage as we work to gather more info.

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