Plano Police Department
A North Texas teenager is afraid for his life when he realizes he’s at home, alone, with a burglar.
Another home burglary in Plano further frustrates many neighbors.
You wouldn’t know it by looking at her, but Stephanie Benjamin moved from New York and gave up a television news career to become a Plano police officer.
They lost priceless jewelry, electronics and kitchen appliances. But the story about a man who broke in to North Texas homes and stole thousands of dollars in property may actually have a happy ending.
Police made an arrest in the disappearance of Christina Morris.
A story continues to develop in Collin County. That is where police have executed at least one new search for missing Fort Worth woman Christina Morris.
In Collin County, between the borders of Alma Drive, Custer Road and Plano Parkway and Parker Road, there have been nine home burglaries in the last month.
For the first time, the last known person seen with Christina Morris spoke exclusively with CBS 11 News about the events that happened before her disappearance.
A veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars now helps other vets get jobs in the construction field. But that task is now a lot harder; after he says someone stole the trailer he had filled with thousands of dollars in tools.
Tuesday was National Night Out. But in Plano, one officer is already very well known. And on this night he used his now famous dancing skills to strengthen a community.
The biggest crime safety meeting ever held in Plano happened Wednesday night. The size of the crowd showed just how much the disappearance of a 23-year-old woman has affected those who live and work in the area.
The Plano Police Department’s Facebook page now features a new post in hopes of getting the public involved in the hunt for 23-year-old Christina Morris.