Just last week DPS settled a lawsuit with two women from Irving who filed a lawsuit over a roadside cavity search. Now DPS is under fire again, this time for a roadside cavity search in Brazoria County, south of Houston.
The Texas Department of Public Safety has settled a lawsuit with two women from Irving who filed a lawsuit claiming they were humiliated and the victims of an illegal “cavity search”, during a traffic stop last July.
Experts say the stakes couldn’t be higher for the female state trooper who conducted this roadside cavity search of two North Texas women captured on dashcam video.
A female trooper with the Texas Department of Public Safety may soon lose her job after conducting the body cavity searches of two women on the side of the road in Irving.
Two Irving women are suing state troopers and the head of their department in federal court, alleging they were subjected to an illegal and humiliating “roadside body cavity search” during a traffic stop.
For nearly a week one North Texas police department had been searching for the criminal suspect who managed to steal a squad car, while handcuffed. Today White Settlement police located and arrested suspect Darren Douglas Porter.
Police in Keene are commenting today about an incident involving a sergeant making a traffic stop and the physical removal of a 77-year-old woman from her vehicle.
A Dallas police officer was arrested and stripped of his badge after allegedly beating a suspect on camera.
Some Dallas Police officers are upset about department plans to routinely monitor patrol car cameras.