Category Archives: Dallas Police

Gun recovered after nearly 30 years reconnects family of slain Dallas police officer

The family of a slain Dallas police officer received an unexpected reminder this month of his service and sacrifice nearly 27 years after his death. 

At a time when policing is under a national microscope, the family hopes it can remind people of the dedicated officers who give their lives in the line of duty.

Badge number 3066 is among the dozens cut into the steel roof of the Dallas Police Memorial next to Dallas City Hall. Streaming sunlight casts the badge numbers onto the pavement below, onto the streets the officers once protected. Badge 3066 was worn by Sr. Cpl. Richard Lawrence. He was 46 years old when he interrupted two car thieves outside an apartment complex and was shot and killed on Nov. 9th, 1993.

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3 major North Texas cities searching for new police chiefs

The three biggest cities in North Texas are all searching for new police chiefs — Dallas, Fort Worth and Arlington. But all may be looking for something different. Former Arlington PD Chief Theron Bowman, who is now a nationally known police consultant, joins Good Day to talk about each city.

To view the interview on FOX4, click HERE.

Dallas Police Chief Reneé Hall Will Resign In November

Dallas Police Chief U. Reneé Hall will resign as chief of the department on November 10 after serving in the role for just over three years.She came to Dallas from Detroit where her father was an Officer with Detroit PD. He was murdered when Renee was 6 years old. City Manager T.C. Broadnax accepted her resignation on Tuesday. She is the first woman to ever lead the Dallas Police Department.

Read more from Texas Police News…

Regal Row Street Racers Captured on Camera in Dallas

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At least once a week, part of a major Dallas roadway has been closing down for street racers. Hundreds of people, breaking the law for the thrill of it. Thursday night, it was all caught on camera and now Dallas Police say they’re working in overdrive to stop them. (Photo: NBCDFW)

Squealing tires, revved up engines — the sounds of street racing on Regal Row have been driving some crazy for years.

“They still doing they thing though. I don’t think it’s gonna stop,” said Ricky Ballard, an employee at nearby Allied Interiors.

New video, captured overnight, shows the cars and trucks in action near Irving Boulevard. Employees at Allied Interiors often get a front row seat.

“They take off right here and they go to the bridge. Once they get to the bridge, the first one to the bridge is the winner,” Ballard said.

Read more from NBCDFW…

Parking space squabble on Dallas’ McKinney Avenue ends in shooting

By Teresa Gubbins

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2600 block of McKinney Avenue. (Google)

A fight over payment for a parking space ended up in a shooting on a main thoroughfare in Uptown Dallas.

According to the Dallas Police Department, the incident took place on April 22 at around 12:34 a.m., when officers responded to a call about a shooting in the 2600 block of McKinney Avenue.

Police interviewed the victim, who stated he was involved in a physical altercation with the suspect, identified in a release as 28-year-old Nnaemeka Onyedebely, regarding payment of a parking space.

Read more from CultureMap Dallas…

Dallas council member Kevin Felder involved in incident with cameraman after warrant issued for arrest

By Corbett Smith and Robert Wilonsky

This story is developing.

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Dallas police have issued an arrest warrant for City Council member Kevin Felder, nearly two weeks after the council member was allegedly involved in a car accident with a scooter prior to a City Council meeting.

The news of the warrant broke Monday afternoon, not long after Felder took part in a Public Safety & Criminal Justice Committee meeting. Felder’s troubles continued afterward when he was in what appeared to be a physical altercation with a TV news cameraman as the first-term council member left City Hall.

Read more from the Dallas News…

DPD busts alleged sex-trafficking operation at NW Dallas massage parlor; 4 arrested

Author: Rebecca Lopez, Marie Saavedra

c9a15660-e260-4255-b741-de7234558f58_750x422DALLAS — At least 16 women were found at a northwest Dallas massage parlor Wednesday during a sex-trafficking raid, WFAA has learned, and four people have been arrested on charges of aggravated promotion of prostitution.

Pornthipa Khan, 54; Steven Eix, 53; Josip Maric, 42; and Yenrudee Anuson, 44, have been taken into custody in the case.

Eix was arrested in Lewisville, while Maric and Anuson were arrested in Commerce, northeast of Dallas. Khan was arrested in Honolulu, Hawaii.

The four suspects were “directly responsible for the illicit massage businesses” involved in the sting, according to a police news release. 

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Officers’ quick actions save State Fair worker’s life

By: FOX4News.com Staff

 – 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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Watch video HERE

Original bond restored for the suspect in a wreck that killed a Dallas police officer

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.

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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.

Read more from the Star-Telegram…

Dallas police officer killed by suspected drunken driver

DALLAS, Texas — The driver of an SUV that struck and killed a Dallas police officer on a motorcycle has been arrested.

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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.

Read more from ABC13…