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By Chris Edwards
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FRED – Deputies with the Tyler County Sheriff’s Office made an arrest while looking for a man on multiple warrants, but the wanted man they were looking for is still being sought.

According to Tyler County Sheriff Bryan Weatherford, deputies were looking for Roy F. Kendrick, IV, on Friday, Jan. 5.

They were working on a report of a stolen Honda ATV, which was taken from a shipping container in a hunting camp burglary, in the Fred area.

Kendrick, who had multiple warrants out of Hardin County, and is a person of interest in multiple Tyler County offenses, was not at the residence deputies attempted to locate him at, however, they did discover a Honda ATV that matched the description of the one reported as stolen earlier in the evening.

Weatherford said that while the deputies were on the scene, Brandi Nicholle Brown, a 38-year-old Fred woman, approached the residence in a vehicle. The deputies made contact with her, but she provided multiple false names and dates of birth. She was taken into custody for failure to identify, and her bond was set by Pct. 2 Justice of the Peace Ken Jobe at $750.

The ATV was returned to its owner, and TCSO is investigating that burglary as well as other ATV thefts in the area.

Law enforcement is currently asking the public’s help in locating Kendrick. He is wanted for a burglary of a vehicle (failure to appear) warrant out of Hardin County and charges of burglary of a vehicle and theft out of Silsbee.

Kendrick is a White male standing 5’11” and weighs 220 lbs. He has hazel eyes, brown hair and tattoos on his arms, chest and back.

Anyone with information as to Kendrick’s whereabouts can contact the Tyler County Sheriff’s Office at 409-283-2172 or Crime Stoppers at 936-639-TIPS. Tipsters who provide information to Crime Stoppers leading to an arrest may be eligible for a cash reward, and the process in entirely anonymous. Crime Stoppers also has a website, www.639TIPS.com, in order to submit tips.

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