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Second suspect in string of robberies turns himself in

Danzel Warren, Kevin Nelson, Christopher Nelson (Source: Tyler Police) Danzel Warren, Kevin Nelson, Christopher Nelson (Source: Tyler Police)
Danzel Warren (Source: Tyler Police) Danzel Warren (Source: Tyler Police)
Kevin Nelson (Source: Tyler Police) Kevin Nelson (Source: Tyler Police)
Christopher Nelson (Source: Tyler Police) Christopher Nelson (Source: Tyler Police)
TYLER, TX (KLTV) -

Longview police have arrested the second suspect wanted in a string of aggravated robberies in Tyler.

Danzel Warren turned himself into Tyler police. On Wednesday, Christopher Charles Nelson was taken into custody in Longview. Kevin Nelson is still wanted by police for his alleged role in the robberies.

The following suspects are wanted by Tyler Police Department:

Christopher Nelson, 22, has four outstanding warrants for aggravated robbery and one warrant for aggravated assault. His bond totals $100,000. Kevin Nelson, 19,  has four outstanding warrants for aggravated robbery. His bond totals $600,000. Warren, born 20, has four outstanding warrants for aggravated robbery. His bond totals $600,000.

Police say officers were dispatched to the 5700 block of Mustang Trail at 9:38 p.m. June 22. A caller stated that he had been robbed at gunpoint, describing the suspects as two black males wearing dark hoodies. The victim said one of the suspects stuck him in the head with a handgun and stole his cellphone, before leaving the area on foot.

Officers were then dispatched to the 1900 block of Sybil Lane at 10:12 p.m. in response to another aggravated robbery call. The caller told police that two black males wearing dark hoodies approached her, pointed a handgun at the victim, and then stole her debit card. The suspects left the area on foot.

Finally, officers were called to the 2100 block of West Jackson Street on a residential burglary. The caller said three black males knocked on her door, and when she answered, the suspects entered the residents, pointed a handgun at the victim, and demanded money. The victim said one of the suspects was a heavy set male wearing a dark hoodie, the second a tall, thin man wearing a black T-shirt. The suspects stole two cellphones and left the area on foot.

Due to the descriptions of the suspects, and the times that they occurred, police believe that these crimes are related.

If you know their whereabouts please contact Tyler Police Department at (903) 531-1000 or Tyler/Smith County Crime Stoppers at (903) 597-CUFF.

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