Dallas Police Department
Dallas school district police are trying to track down several kids who vandalized a campus and took off with property.
On July 31, an unknown male kicked in the door of a residence at 4300 Mill Creek Road in north Dallas. Watch video of the incident here.
Dallas Police have identified 18-year-old Damond Williams as a suspect in a murder that occurred on the southeast side of Dallas in June.
The sounds that rang out in the last few minutes of Thursday night were unusual. Bullets pierced the windows and hood of a Dallas police squad car, during a shootout between two officers and their suspects.
Police are searching for the person responsible for cruelly impaling two cats by their hind legs on a metal fence in west Oak Cliff.
Dallas police have arrested a 63-year-old man for allegedly soliciting sex from a 15-year-old boy. According to police, the incident happened Monday afternoon as the victim was walking in the 800 block of Pilot Drive.
Are vandals targeting one particular North Texas group? Dallas police are trying to answer that question. They want to know who spray painted the numbers 666 on or near several Dallas landmarks.
Dallas police are dealing with an embarrassing social media blunder after a police spokesperson tweeted information about the arrest of Denver Broncos player Aqib Talib at a downtown nightclub. But, as it turns out, the man arrested was Talib’s brother, Yaqub.
On June 23 a Dallas teenager went to police claiming to have been abducted, near Camp Wisdom and Belt Line, driven a short distance and sexually assaulted. Today officials confirmed the events never occurred.
A 14-year-old girl was raped at knifepoint in Southwest Dallas, according to police.
Two inmates mistakenly released by Dallas police are accused of committing a violent crime three days later. The victim talked to CBS 11 News and said he would rather the men had been locked up in the Dallas County Jail than out on the streets, robbing him.
Dallas Police are searching for three inmates who were released by mistake in recent days. The department is blaming a new electronic records system.