Coleman man found in Fort Worth, arrested on 2 warrants
On Tuesday September 27th, 2016 Officers with the Coleman Police Department responded to the Coleman County Medical Center Emergency Room in reference to a male that had been cut with a knife. Other units with the Coleman Police Department and Coleman County Deputies responded to an attempted assault and Criminal Mischief call in the 1100 block of North Pecos. While at the Emergency Room Officers spoke to the victim who had a knife cut on the left side of his face. After speaking with the victim a suspect was developed and Units from the Coleman Police Department and Coleman County Sheriff’s Office began to look for a White Chevrolet Dually pickup that the suspect was supposed to be driving. After a lengthy search for the vehicle and driver Officers were unable to locate the vehicle. While Officers were attempting to locate the vehicle two warrants were issued for the suspect. Information was received that the suspect had already left the area and was possibly in the Fort Worth area. The Texas Rangers were contacted for their assistance and given the possible location of the suspect. The vehicle was located at the residence suspected by Fort Worth Police Department. Surveillance began on the residence. At about 1:30 pm on Wednesday September 28th, 2016 Officers with the Fort Worth Police Department arrested 35 year old Lynn Allen Isbell for two Coleman County 1st degree Felony warrants Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon and Burglary of a Habitation with Intent to Commit a Felony. Lynn Isbell is currently being held at the Tarrant County Jail waiting to be transported back to Coleman County. The Coleman Police Department would like to thank The Coleman County Sheriff’s Office, The Texas Rangers and the Fort Worth Police Department for their help in this investigation and arrest of Lynn Isbell.