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A suspect wanted on a felony warrant was arrested in a Texas neighborhood after a coordinated manhunt involving Tarrant County Sheriff's Office and Fort Worth Police Department.
The Cedar Hill Police have apprehended suspects following a robbery at the Bank of America, ensuring the community's safety and promising more details to come.
Detectives in Plano returned stolen items, including a unique cat shirt, to a resident after arresting Michael McCloud, identified as the alleged package thief.
A man is sought by Plano Police for breaking into cars on 11th St. and stealing items. The suspect, described in surveillance footage, is a masked black male. The public is asked to help.
Duncanville police safely resolved a standoff with an armed person in crisis, and the Department promoted mental health resources, including the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.
Dallas Police confirmed that 18-year-old Semaj Specks, reported missing since February 22, was found safe, ending the search efforts publicized through social media.
Dallas Police solicit public help to locate a red Dodge Charger, believed to be involved in a homicide on February 19. Contact Detective Serra for tips.
A missing 13-year-old girl from Everman was found safe and reunited with her family after a community-wide search effort. Her safe return was confirmed by Everman Police.
Fort Worth man Christian Allen Meers was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison for running a meth distribution network, after a traffic stop led to his arrest and the uncovering of his operation.
Dallas police named Branden Frazier as the suspect in the shooting death of Cedrick Woods on Preferred Place. Despite immediate arrest and murder charges, the investigation continues.
Pioneer Technology & Arts Academy in Mesquite installs metal detectors after a student brandished a gun on campus, leading to police intervention and minor injuries.
North Texas postal workers rally for better protection and harsher penalties against assailants after a rise in violent robberies targeting mail carriers.
Sergio Valdez, 51, died after a month-long battle with severe burn injuries from a January home explosion in Carrollton, which was linked to a gas leak. His family is suing Atmos Energy for damages.