A single donation has increased the reward for information on the recent rapes in Lake Highlands to $25,000. An anonymous donor has added $20,00 to the already $5,000 reward being offered by Crime Stoppers.
Plano Police are searching for two suspects who allegedly snatched a woman’s purse in the parking lot of a shopping center last week.
The Texas Department of Public Safety announced that 2012 set new apprehension and rewards records for the Texas 10 Most Wanted program.
Police and residents in McKinney are on the look out for arsonists. Over the past couple months, they’ve hit more than a half dozen times. Each attack is becoming more brazen than the one before.
A former Dallas police officer who led the city’s Crime Stoppers program is scheduled to be sentenced for her admitted role in running a rewards scam.
Police in Balch Springs are trying to locate a woman they say helped four men rob a convenience store last week.
A former senior corporal with the Dallas Police Department and head of Dallas Crime Stoppers has pled guilty to conspiracy and tax charges.
Three days ago, a female pug-mix was found wandering a ranch property in blistering heat with an engorged tongue, swollen because it had been pulled out and clinched between its jaws. Its snout was secured shut with packing tape. But on Friday, Parker County authorities send word: Hope has a new home.
Several North Texas police agencies are asking for help in identifying a man they believe is responsible for nearly a dozen armed robberies in less than two months.
Veterinarians say the dog that was tortured and abandoned in Parker County is well on the way to recovery and garnering support from such far-off places as London.
Police say a man inside a pickup truck shot and killed another man following a fight that spilled out of a pool hall in the 2700 block of Majesty Dr. early Sunday morning.
There are a number of “taste of” events that happen across North Texas but few can help solve a murder. The 23rd Annual Taste of Garland takes place Saturday and the money generated goes to fund the city’s Crime Stoppers program.