By: FOX4News.com Staff
DALLAS – Dallas police officers were honored for saving a life while on duty at the State Fair Classic game at the Cotton Bowl on September 29.
A security worker collapsed and went into cardiac arrest while working at the game. Five Dallas police officers jumped into action to move him quickly through the massive crowds and do CPR. They are credited with saving his life.
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DALLAS – The suspect involved in a wreck that killed a Dallas police officer had his original $76,000 bond restored on Tuesday morning after state prosecutors had filed a motion asking a Dallas County judge to increase the bond to $100,000.
Breedlove (Photo courtesy of Dallas County Sheriff’s Office)
On Monday, Adrian Breedlove, 25, of Dallas was rearrested after a judge granted tentative approval to the state’s motion claiming that the original bond in the case was insufficient, according to a FOX4 report.
That was less than two days after he made bail on the $76,000 bond, according to the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office.
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DALLAS, Texas — The driver of an SUV that struck and killed a Dallas police officer on a motorcycle has been arrested.
Senior Cpl Jamie Givens (Photo: FOX 4)
Authorities say 32-year Dallas Police Department veteran Senior Cpl. Earl Jamie Givens was killed by a suspected drunk driver Saturday while accompanying the funeral escort of another Dallas officer.
Givens was stopped on his motorcycle when he was struck by the SUV at high speed.
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7/7 MEMORIAL: The Dallas Police Department honors the lives of the five officers who were killed on July 7, 2016.
By CultureMap Staff
Courtesy of Dallas Police Department
July 7, 2016, was a tragic day in Dallas history, when five police officers were killed in the line of duty during an ambush in downtown Dallas.
Two years later, on July 7, Ferris Wheelers Backyard & BBQ, the Design District-adjacent restaurant with a functional Ferris wheel, is partnering with a group called Brotherhood for the Fallen (BFTF), to host a fundraising event to honor the memory of the fallen officers.Brotherhood for the Fallen was started by a group of Chicago police officers in 2010.
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