In Dallas, a person with mental health problems that included bipolar disorder was killed by officers responding to a disturbance call, while another was seriously wounded in a separate shooting.
Shot by police and left to die. A woman says that’s what happened to a father of four who died after being shot by a Grapevine police officer. Police are already countering her story – calling it “absolutely false.”
Police in the St. Louis suburb where a white officer shot and killed an unarmed 18-year-old black teenager have started wearing body cameras, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
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.
A police chase, standoff and deadly shooting of a suspect all happen just outside a North Texas shopping mall. Sources tell CBS 11 News the man at the center of it all is the now deceased Michael Mayo.
A North Texas high-speed chase ends with an officer shooting and killing a suspect. The officer faces up to 20 years in prison for what has now been deemed a crime. In a rare move, a Grand Jury indicted the former police officer for manslaughter.
There are new details his evening in a story CBS 11 News has been following since they first aired surveillance video of a police shooting Thursday night. The Dallas Police Department has announced that a disciplinary hearing will be held Thursday at 10 a.m.
CBS 11 News has learned the Dallas Police Department has finished its investigation into the shooting of a mentally ill man on October 14.
Late Friday afternoon Dallas Police Chief David Brown ordered that the charges be dropped against a man shot by officers earlier this week.
Dallas police shot a mentally challenged man earlier this week and the entire incident was caught on camera. But now there’s a conflict – the officers’ description of the event and video from a neighbor’s security camera don’t match up.
A police chase early Tuesday ended in gunfire and the suspected driver in the hospital. Police told CBS 11 News it began as a traffic stop.
Tuesday afternoon Arlington police confirmed the officer shot while serving a felony warrant is 21-year veteran Officer Charles Lodatto. The officer and the shooting suspect were both shot in a residential neighborhood in Saginaw.