While most people look forward to Thanksgiving, the right people in the Polk County Sheriff’s Office would love to chat with Lynnie Chapman before the holidays. There is a homicide investigation going on in fact it is Lynnie Chapman’s dad, currently law enforcement is unsure if Lynnie has anything to do with the homicide but due to the fact that he has 4 felony arrest warrants currently active, law enforcement would like to speak with him.
The homicide of a 64-year-old man is tragic, and now detectives just want to know what happened to Leonard Earl Chapman before his death. The incident took place at the Chapman Residence on the 14000 block of FM 350 in Livingston, TX.
Lynnie Chapman must be apprehended quickly
The four arrest warrants for Lynnie Chapman are unrelated to her father’s homicide. But with him having arrest warrants and this ongoing crime and now law enforcement cannot find him anywhere. It’s enough to make anyone suspect that maybe Lynnie had something to do with her own father’s homicide. It’s horrible to think that someone can do something like this to their own parent.
This is where the Polk County Sheriff’s Office needs your help.
If you know or see Lynnie Chapman’s current whereabouts, please contact law enforcement promptly. You can call the Criminal Investigations Division of the Polk County Sheriff’s Office at 936-327-6810 or Crime Stoppers at 936-327-STOP. You can collect cash as a reward and remain anonymous if you help capture Lynnie Chapman.
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