Dallas Mayor To Walk In Oak Lawn Friday Night, Police To Add Patrols After 12th Attack"Anytime, any one neighborhood has an intensity of crimes like this, you've got to take it very seriously," says Mayor Mike Rawlings.
Man Says He Was Attacked, Beaten In Oak Lawn Thursday NightAmbushed and hit in the head while walking to a friend’s house. While you slept overnight there was another attack in the Oak Lawn-area of Dallas.
Bar Owners Take Security Steps in Oak LawnDallas police are investigating eleven violent crimes since September 1st; among them, robbery, assault, and one hate crime.
Oak Lawn-Area Safety Topic Of Public Meeting With PoliceSome residents in a Dallas neighborhood say they still feel compromised, after nearly a dozen violent attacks in the past few months. Today the public is invited to a lunchtime meeting with police in Oak Lawn to search for ways to beef up security.
More Security In Oak Lawn With "Lights, Camera, Action" After Recent AttacksResidents say violent crime in the area has been on the rise.
Two Men Attacked After "Light Up Oak Lawn" MarchAnother night of violence in the Oak Lawn area after a march done in the name of safety.
Oak Lawn Residents Plan To "March For A Safer Gayborhood"The rally and march are scheduled for Sunday evening.
Oak Lawn Sees Nine Robbery And Assaults In A MonthDuring September and October, nine robbery and aggravated assault offenses happened in or near the Oak Lawn community of Dallas.
Oak Lawn On Edge After Recent AttacksDallas Police and city council members tried to ease fears in the community of Oak Lawn after seven people have been attacked in the past six weeks.
Police & Community Concerned About Attacks In Dallas' Largest Gay CommunityDallas police are trying to clamp down on violent attacks against people who frequent the city's largest gay community. Partly in preparation for this weekend’s Oaklawn Halloween Block Party, the department is increasing their presence in the Oak Lawn/Cedar Springs area.
Man's Car Burglarized After He Was Likely Followed From BankPolice say this type of crime is becoming more common.
Marriage Equality March Draws 2,000+ In Dallas“Love Rules,” was the common theme as the crowd embraced one another and even witnessed a first for a church.