DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The 34-year-old man who police said intentionally slammed a rented pickup into the FOX 4 studio in downtown Dallas is out of jail.

The length of time to hold Michael Chadwick Fry ran out before the news station provided an estimate of the damages to the Dallas Police Department.

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(credit: Denton County Sheriff’s Office)

Thus, on Friday, September 14, the Dallas Sheriff’s Department released Fry. However, the case is still active and the Dallas Police Department is working with Fox 4 to obtain a damage estimate.

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A suspect can be held four days for a misdemeanor, five days for a felony (10 days for some violent felonies), and 30 days for a homicide, according to DPD Public Information Officer, Debra Webb.

Once the department receives the estimate, it will file the case with the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office and issue a warrant for Fry’s arrest.

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