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UPDATE: Brother of suspect accused of assaulting disabled man turns self in, main suspect still at large

Dillon Burr is still at large (Source: Marshall PD) Dillon Burr is still at large (Source: Marshall PD)
Noah Burr (Source: Marshall Police) Noah Burr (Source: Marshall Police)
MARSHALL, TX (KLTV) -

A man who is suspected of being connected to the assault of a disabled man has surrendered to police.

Marshall police say that the brother of Dillon Burr, Noah Burr of Marshall, turned himself in to police about 11:15 a.m. Wednesday. He has been booked into the Harrison County Jail. 

Authorities say that Dillon Burr, 23, of Marshall is still at large.

About 12:28 a.m. Sunday, Marshall Police Department officers were called to the 1000 block of East End Boulevard regarding an assault at a Chevron station. The victim told officers he was struck repeatedly and knocked to the ground by Burr. Surveillance video corroborated his account, police say.

An arrest warrant was issued for Burr, who was charged with injury to the disabled. Burr was also wanted for a parole violation warrant out of Harrison County.

Previous: Marshall PD searching for suspect accused of injuring disabled man

Editor's note: Initially authorities had stated that Dillon Burr had turned himself in, but later clarified that it was his brother Noah Burr "His brother, Noah Burr, surrendered this morning for his alleged involvement in the incident."  Marshall PD said in a statement. "He is charged with injury to the disabled"

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