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Man assaulted in 1500 block of Polk has died from his injuries

(Source: Wichita County Sheriff's Office) (Source: Wichita County Sheriff's Office)
WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

Wichita Falls Police said Kevin Earl Haynes, Sr. passed away Friday morning.

He was being treated at United Regional Hospital for injuries he received during as assault that took place earlier this week in the 1500 block of Polk Street. 

Officers arrested Kevin Earl Haynes, Jr. for Aggravated Assault in connection with this case. 

Police said there is still an ongoing investigation. Once an autopsy is completed new charges will be forthcoming. 

A look back at Haynes, Jr.'s arrest can be found here.

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