Authorities Expand Hunt for Leon County Man

By: Joe Brown Email
By: Joe Brown Email

The search for a Leon County fugitive is expanding. Investigators say James Phillips has connections to Bryan-College Station that he could be using to hide.

Phillips should be considered armed and dangerous and could be driving a white, Dodge 1500 pickup with license plate 55P-RB2.

He's accused of pulling a gun on his girlfriend and kidnapping another resident on Sunday. If you see James Phillips, call the Leon County Sheriff's Office at (903) 536-2749.


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