Kim Warner is believed to have no money and is armed with a gun.
Fugitive on the Run, Last Spotted on 146, LIVINGSTON, October 24, 2008 - A fugitive wanted for aggravated robbery and assault is on the run and set off a man hunt this morning (October 24) in Polk County. Kim Darrell Warner, 52, assaulted, robbed and carjacked a late model white Toyota Tacoma last Friday in the Jersey Village area of Harris County on Dillard Drive. The man he assaulted and robbed is a 26 year old Marine who had recently returned from duty in Iraq. According to Jersey Village Police, the victim is in the Hospital and may be permanently paralyzed from the waist down.
Warner carjacked this vehicle last Friday (October 14th)
Warner took the stolen vehicle and came to Polk County and was allegedly employed at Cox Manufacturing located on Highway 146 across the street from the rodeo fairgrounds. Jersey Village Police traced Warner down and with cooperation from local law enforcement, at approximately 10 am attempted to apprehend Warner. Warner managed to exit out the back door of Cox Manufacturing and escape into the woods. A perimeter was set up and the search was on. Personnel with the Polk County Sheriff's Office, Livingston Police, Texas Rangers, US Marshall's Office, and Texas Dept. of Corrections Canines were all participating in the search. Warner managed to evade capture and is still on the run.
Kim Darrell Warner
52 years old, White male, 5 ft. 7 in tall, 210 pounds.
Last seen wearing a light colored shirt and blue jeans.
He is wanted out of Harris County, TX for aggravated robbery and aggravated assault and now in Livingston for fleeing arrest.
If seen, please call the Livingston PD or Polk County SO
ACCORDING TO THE US MARSHALL'S SERVICE, KIM D. WARNER IS BELIEVED TO HAVE NO MONEY AND IS ARMED WITH A GUN.
Sheriff Hammack and Chief Clifton at the scene.
Hounds from the Texas Department of Corrections were brought in.
Mulitple agencies including DPS, Polk County Sheriff's Office, US Marshall's Office, Livingston Police, Texas Department of Corrections and Jersey Village Police were involved in the search.
Texas Ranger Frank Huff (left) and a US Marshall.
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