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Police surround burned-out home


Ennis Daily News photo by Nick Todaro / Ennis police and fire responders gathered at 1506 N. Kaufman St., a burned-out home, after receiving calls from residents reporting a man who had fled police had run into the home.

Ennis Daily News photo by Nick Todaro / Ennis police and fire responders gathered at 1506 N. Kaufman St., a burned-out home, after receiving calls from residents reporting a man who had fled police had run into the home.

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Ennis police hauled a man out of a burned-out house on N. Kaufman Street on Friday after he apparently hid out from authorities in an attic crawl space.

Eric McDonald, 36, allegedly fled police after a reported assault in the area of E. Denton Street, said Lt. Mike Hopson. Witnesses reported spotting the man after his flight several blocks away at the small residence at 1506 N. Kaufman St.

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