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Update: Manhunt ends, Enid man taken into custody

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Updated 1/21/15 at 8:54 p.m.

Charles Chambray was taken into custody Wednesday night by Enid Police and Garfield County Sheriff.

Chambray was found hiding in a car in the 2300 block of East Elm.

Additional charges will be filed apart from his existing warrants.


ENID, Okla. - A school was placed on lockdown after a man allegedly ran away from Oklahoma officers.

Enid police officers say a man ran away when officers went to a house to serve a search warrant.

Police are currently looking for Nytino Grimes and Charles Chambray.

At this time, police believe Chambray is the man who allegedly ran away from the home.

According to Enid police, Chambray is a suspect in a robbery out of Ponca City.

Police say Grimes is a person of interest in multiple armed robberies in Enid.

They also told KFOR crews that a bomb squad was called to the Enid home because they thought explosives might be inside. Police say no explosives were found, but they did recover a weapon.

Officials say schools in the immediate area were placed on lock down as a precaution.

However, around 12:00 p.m., officials say the lockdown was lifted.

If you know of either mans' whereabouts, please contact officials at (580)242-7000.

Enid manhunt scene

Enid manhunt scene

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.


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