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Smith Co. man arrested for assault with a deadly weapon

Brandon Kyle Smith (Source: Smith County Sheriff's Office) Brandon Kyle Smith (Source: Smith County Sheriff's Office)

From the Smith County Sheriff's Office:

TYLER, TX (KLTV) - Early Thursday morning, detectives, officers and deputies from the Smith County Sheriff's Office, in conjunction with the U.S. Marshal Service, served an arrest warrant in the 23000 block of Pine Drive in Smith County for Brandon Kyle Smith.

Smith, 28, was arrested without incident on a Governor's Blue Warrant on a parole violation for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He was previously arrested on numerous other charges, including assault on a public servant, aggravated robbery, and possession of a controlled substance.

Three others were at the residence at the time of Smith's arrest. No charges are expected to be filed against them.

The arrest was the result of a month-long investigation.

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