Subject of Marshall manhunt identified, still at large

Incident occurred shortly after 7 p.m. Monday night

Subject of Marshall manhunt identified, still at large
Still photo from officer’s body camera footage provides a more accurate representation of Antonio “Tony” Trammel’s appearance, police stated.

MARSHALL, TX (KLTV) - Marshall police say they are conducting a manhunt Monday night.

The department says they are actively searching for a man with an outstanding parole warrant. He is now identified as Antonio Dejuan Trammel. They say he is the suspect in a Monday night assault on a Marshall police officer. A photo has been released from the officer’s body cam footage showing Trammel’s appearance during the altercation, wearing a blue and yellow striped shirt.

Antonio Trammel (Source: Marshall Police Department)
Antonio Trammel (Source: Marshall Police Department)

According to police, the incident originated in the 2900 block of East Travis in response to reports of a person with a weapon and a welfare concern. Dispatch was notified about the altercation and an injury to an officer at the scene just after 7 p.m. Trammel, police say, fled on foot. He has not been located as of 11 p.m. on Monday.

The search is being centered around the East Travis/Indian Springs area of town, according to police. They advise residents to be alert and call 911 if you observe anything out of the ordinary in your area.

The police officer is reported to be alert, oriented, and stable at this time. His name has not been released.

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