This is not a story about a smart accused thief. It is however a story about smart technology and a good old-fashioned Texas manhunt… or in this case ‘womanhunt.’
A North Texas teen who disappeared last week has been found safe in Mexico. Now the 14-year-old girl is in the process of being returned to North Richland Hills and 26-year-old Stephan Andrew Cox is in police custody.
Police have arrested one of two believed puppy thieves. It’s been more than two weeks since the pair broke into separate Petland locations and stole a total of nine puppies; now one man sits in jail.
The man who police believe shot a Dallas police officer on Tuesday is out of the hospital. Suspected gunman Jason Yarborough is being interviewed by investigators and will be taken to the Lew Sterrett Justice Center afterward.
A man has been charged with Assault on a Public Servant after getting into an altercation with a Dallas police officer and grabbing the lawman by the testicles.
Garland police have arrested the suspect who they say shot and killed a 25-year-old man because he wouldn’t sell him a can of beer.
Investigators say DNA evidence in a 1980 Central Texas killing led them to a former Garland resident. The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday announced the arrest of 53-year-old Steven Alan Thomas.
So far, two people have been arrested for their involvement with the injury of an elderly Wise County man. Marvin Zimmerman remains hospitalized. On Friday, the 82-year-old was found bound and gagged in his home in Boyd.
One day after one suspect in a Metro PCS robbery turned himself in, police now have the second suspect in custody. They didn’t have to go far to find him, he was already in jail.
An apparent escape attempt by a man appearing before a judge at the Tarrant County Courthouse ended with a smashed police cruiser and an injured bystander Tuesday.
Two young brothers in Fort Worth had a choice between wrong and right… they chose the latter. The boys told police of a burglary and even turned in hush money given to them by the thieves. Tuesday, their heroism was recognized.
A Tarrant County magistrate has reduced the bond for Michelle Williams — the Keller woman accused of shooting and killing her husband and then trying to cover up the crime with fictitious stories.