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Suspects Caught In Logan's And Mall Robbery

Nathan Earl Wells (Left) Daniel Selvidge (Right) Nathan Earl Wells (Left) Daniel Selvidge (Right)

There's a possible connection between an aggravated robbery at Logan's Roadhouse on Call Field and a robbery at Sikes Senter Mall.

Nathan Earl Wells, 19, of Wichita Falls and Daniel Selvidge, 24, of Iowa Park were each charged with 4 counts of aggravated robbery involving the robbery of three women at Sikes Senter Mall on June 30th and the wounding of a logan's roadhouse manager on July 3rd.

The Logan's Roadhouse aggravated robbery happened around 11:30 p.m. Police said the manager was leaving work when Selvidge and Wells surprised him in the parking lot and demanded money at gun point.

Police said when the victim told the suspects that he had no money, they shot him three times with a type of BB gun at close range. The black male shot the victim above his left eye penetrating his skull. The white male suspect lodged a gold BB in the victim's ear, also penetrating his skull.

Doctor's were later able to remove the BB that hit the ear, but not the one above his eye. He was sent to John Peter Smith Hospital in Dallas. His condition is still unknown.

The suspects then ran south bound from the scene toward the apartment complex behind the business.  

The three women were threatened with a pellet gun that matched the description of the same one used during the later Logan's robbery. No other charges are expected.

Selvidge is being held on $3 million combined bond. Wells, who was in jail on previous aggravated assault charges, is being held on $3 million for the 4 assault charges, plus $350,000 for three earlier combined assault charges.

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