Dallas To Pay $1.6 Million To Man Shot By PoliceDallas has agreed to pay $1.6 million to settle a mentally ill man's civil rights lawsuit over his 2013 shooting by a police officer.
Dallas Could Pay Man Shot By Officer $1.6 MillionThe city council is expected to vote on the settlement Tuesday.
Second Officer Suspended After DPD Shooting Of Mentally Ill ManThe Dallas police officer who witnessed his partner shoot an unarmed mentally ill man and then lied about what happened afterwards has been punished with a 15-day suspension.
Man Wrongfully Shot By Dallas Police Returns HomeThe mentally ill man shot by a Dallas police officer last month was released from the hospital Friday night.
Fired Dallas Police Officer Was Minutes Away From ArrestIt’s been one week since surveillance video of a police shooting first came to light. The recording shows Dallas Police Department Officer Cardan Spencer shooting a mentally ill man. Now, after a swift investigation, Dallas Police Chief David Brown took action.
Dallas Police Officer Fired, Charged With Shooting Mentally Ill ManThe Dallas Police Officer caught on camera shooting a mentally ill man last week is waiting to learn his fate.
Disciplinary Hearing Scheduled For Officers In DPD ShootingThere are new details his evening in a story CBS 11 News has been following since they first aired surveillance video of a police shooting Thursday night. The Dallas Police Department has announced that a disciplinary hearing will be held Thursday at 10 a.m.
Dallas City Council Members Talk About Police ShootingCBS 11 News has learned the Dallas Police Department has finished its investigation into the shooting of a mentally ill man on October 14.
Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Dallas Police DepartmentDays after a police shooting that left a mentally ill man in critical condition, another Dallas family whose son was shot by a Dallas Police officer filed a lawsuit against the city and the officer who fired the gun.
Mother Visits Son Shot By Police For First Time People who watched televised surveillance video of a Dallas police officer shooting a man who appears to be standing still are outraged.
Family Says DPD Shooting Of Relative Was UnjustifiedDallas police shot a mentally challenged man earlier this week and the entire incident was caught on camera. But now there’s a conflict – the officers' description of the event and video from a neighbor's security camera don't match up.