WICHITA FALLS, Texas (TNN) - The man accused of capital murder in the death of an 11-year-old boy is expected in court in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Corey Trumbull was arrested in Las Vegas last Wednesday after police were called to a disturbance. He was charged with domestic battery, domestic battery resulting in substantial bodily harm and first degree kidnapping.
It wasn’t until the next day that Las Vegas police asked the Wichita Falls Police Department to check if a body was in a car on Kenley Avenue in Wichita Falls.
They found the body of 11-year-old Logan Cline.
Trumbull was then charged with capital murder in that case.
Wichita Falls Police have identified the body of a young boy found in an abandoned car on Feb. 27 as 11-year-old Logan Cline.
Police were called as part of a Family Disturbance investigation from a law enforcement agency in Las Vegas, Nevada. They were told Cline’s body was in a vehicle in the 1200 block of Kenley Avenue in Wichita Falls.
Officers responded as a part of this follow-up investigation. That is when officers found Cline’s body in the car.
Two warrants have been issued in connection to the case for tampering with evidence for a Corey Trumbull and Stormy Johnson.
A capital murder warrant was also issued for Trumbull. Both are in custody in Las Vegas.
Police have not released how the victim or the suspects are tied to Wichita Falls. This is a developing story. Stay with News Channel 6 for the latest.