It has been a tense week in Missouri where authorities have been dealing with violence from some protestors, almost nightly. It was just two short years ago when Dallas seemed to be teetering on the edge of a similar situation.
Across North Texas and the nation tonight, neighbors will gather to take a stand against crime. Locally, in one Dallas neighborhood that includes convincing residents that police are not the enemy.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown announced new polices for dealing with officer involved shootings as the investigation of last month’s shooting of James Harper nears completion.
An autopsy report released Tuesday seems to back the Dallas Police Department account of an officer involved shooting that nearly ended with a riot one week ago today.
the wake of a fatal police involved shooting, Dallas’ Dixon Circle neighborhood came dangerously close to violence last week. As television news crews broadcast live images of the angry crowd spilling onto the streets, many have wondered whether the coverage helped encourage the chaos.
CBS 11 New has acquired the 911 radio transmissions from Tuesday’s shooting at Dixon Circle in South Dallas.
The atmosphere in the South Dallas neighborhood where a Dallas police officer shot 31-year-old Jame Harper Tuesday is cooling down, but some residents say police need to improve relations with the neighborhood.
This year has proven to be one of the most deadly for Dallas police officers in their confrontations with criminal suspects.
Folks in the south Dallas neighborhood where a suspect was killed in an officer-involved shooting acknowledge that there is a concern over quality of life. But they are adamant about fighting against the label of being the most dangerous neighborhood in the city.