Cleburne Times-Review, Cleburne, TX

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September 24, 2011

Murder suspect tip proves false

A call claiming that a man suspected in a recent murder was in the Cleburne Walmart Saturday night turned out to be untrue, Johnson County Sheriff Bob Alford said later the same night.

Alford said his officers are working 24/7 to find Nico Allen-Antonio Cogdill, 21, but have yet to catch him.

Alford said someone called Tarrant County CrimeStoppers and reported that Cogdill was in the check out line at the store.

JCSO deputies and Cleburne police responded to the scene, but did not find Cogdill. Alford said Cogdill may have been in the parking lot, but does not show up on any of the store’s surveillance footage.

Police located two of Cogdill’s “associates,” Alford said. They arrested one on unrelated warrants, he said. Neither are connected to the murder, Alford said.

Cogdill is suspected in the Wednesday morning murder of Robert Eugene Warren, 48. Deputies found Warren beaten to death when they responded to his home in the 7600 block of County Road 1202 about 2:30 a.m.

Deputies arrested Jeremy Chad Bukowski later the same day. Alvarado police arrested Isaac Paul Milne on Thursday. Both have been charged with capital murder. They remained jailed on $250,000 bonds.

Alford urged anyone with information on Cogdill to call JCSO at 817-556-6058 or 911.

Cogdill is considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached, Alford said.

Rumors of bomb threats, hostages or people with guns in the store are also untrue, Alford said.

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