Dallas Police Investigating Crimes Involving Dating App As Hate CrimesDallas police say they are investigating a string of assaults and robberies in December that involved a popular dating app as hate crimes.
Restaurant May Stop Deliveries Due To Crime Against EmployeesSince it opened about six months ago, the Jimmy John's on Greenville Avenue near Lovers Lane says there have been three assaults all on or near Melody Lane.
Police Make Arrest In String Of Oak Cliff Home InvasionsPolice have made an arrest in relation to a string of home invasions in south Oak Cliff this week.
Man Arrested For Starbucks Robberies Near SMUPolice arrested Jared Smith of Azle on August 24 for the robbery of a Whataburger there. The investigation revealed he was responsible for the Starbucks robberies, too.
Store Employees Want More Security After RobberiesA Dallas Family Dollar has been robbed three times in less than two months.
Gang Busted After Dallas Police Capture Pokemon Go RobbersSome Pokemon GO robberies earlier this month, led Dallas police to bust up a well known gang.
Duncanville Police Looking For Robber SuspectsThe Duncanville Police Department is asking for the public's help finding two robbery suspects.
Manhunt For Robbers/Kidnappers On Multi-City Crime SpreePolice say a pair of criminals are responsible for a carjacking and kidnapping in Collin County, an ATM customer robbery in Cockrell Hill and a donut shop robbery and assault in Dallas.
Katy Trail Open Carry Rally Comes On Heels Of Robberies ArrestsTwo men accused of robbing joggers on a popular Dallas running trail remain behind bars as open carry activists plan a weekend rally/walk along the Katy Trail.
DPD Releases Video Of Katy Trail Robbery SuspectInvestigators obtained video showing a manl using one of the stolen debit cards approximately 30 minutes after a robbery.
Suspect Wanted For Up To Six Store RobberiesThe suspect's believed to have robbed several Dollar stores in the Oak Cliff area, on or near Fort Worth Avenue between June 2 and June 22.
North Texas Man Gets 25 Years For Jewelry Store HoldupsA 36-year-old North Texas man has been sentenced to more than 25 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to participating in a series of violent jewelry store robberies at shopping malls around Dallas.