WF man facing additional charges after turning himself in

WF man facing additional charges after turning himself in
Jake Kyle (Source: Wichita County Jail)

MAY 1, 2020

WICHITA FALLS, Texas (TNN) - A man who turned himself in at the Wichita Fall Police Department is now facing additional charges.

WFPD reported the suspect, Jake Kyle, turned himself in at the police station Tuesday and was charged for two warrants: one for burglary with the intention to commit another felony and the other for assault.

He was also facing another assault charge but his bond was not set by a judge as of last Tuesday.

Kyle’s bond has now been set for that assault charge and he has been charged with another count of burglary with the intention to commit another felony.

His charges are as followed:

  • Assault from March 13
  • Burglary with the intention to commit another felony from April 1
  • Burglary with the intention to commit another felony from April 2
  • Assault from April 24

Kyle’s total bond is now set at $90,000 and he remains in the Wichita County Jail.


April 28, 2020

The Wichita Falls Police Department arrested one man wanted for two warrants after he turned himself in Tuesday morning.

WFPD reports the suspect, Jake Kyle, turned himself in at the WF police station.

Kyle had two warrants out for his arrest: one for burglary with the intention to commit another felony and the other for assault.

According to WF police, the burglary warrant was from April 2 and came after Kyle broke into a home on 35th Street and assaulted the woman living there.

The second warrant was from March 13. A bouncer at Woody’s Bar and Grill told Kyle to get his hand out of a woman’s pants. Kyle became confrontational and hit the bouncer in the face. He then fled the scene.

According to the Wichita County Jail roster, Kyle is also facing an assault charge from April 24.

Kyle was charged for burglary with the intention to commit another felony and assault. His total bond for both charges was set at $60,000.

His bond for the second assault charge has not been set by a judge at this time but it is recommended to be $5,000.

The suspect remains in the Wichita County Jail.

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