Hit & Run
Jurors have now decided the punishment for the former Grand Prairie school teacher convicted in a hit and run accident that left a 6 year old dead.
A Dallas jury was sent home after convicting former Grand Prairie teacher Tammy Lowe of Manslaughter in a controversial hit-and-run fatality. Lowe had already pled guilty to a charge of Failing to Stop and Render Aid.
The jury hearing the manslaughter case centering on a hit-and-run crash that caused the death of six-year-old John Raidy started deliberations Wednesday afternoon, but have since recessed for the day.
Police with UT Arlington are searching for a woman who struck an officer with her car as it was about to be towed.
Dallas police have identified a person of interest after a deadly hit and run claimed the life of a 13-year old boy in the M Streets area of Dallas Tuesday morning.
Dallas Police have found a car in Northeast Dallas they believe was involved in a deadly hit-and-run accident, but they are still looking for the driver.
A suspect in a hit and run crash that left a 73 year old man with severe injuries was minutes away from fleeing the country when U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents intervened and took the suspect into custody.
Arlington police are searching for the driver who hit an elderly man out taking a walk and then fled the scene.
More than 300 people gathered on Monday evening in an open field to remember a Fort Worth teenager who was struck and killed by a vehicle at a nearby intersection.
Carrollton police are asking for help identifying and locating the person who struck and killed a pedestrian on the I-35E frontage road. The suspect vehicle is believed to be a silver or gray-colored 2006 Honda Civic, with body damage.
The former teacher who is accused of hitting and killing a six-year-old boy will fight the charges against her.
The teacher arrested for the hit and run death of a 6-year-old boy is out of jail and has issued an apology. Tammy Lowe was released from the Dallas County Jail just before 11a.m.