North Texas FBI Crime Blotter For July 20-26Here's the latest weekly roundup of criminals caught, charged and sentenced by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the country's principal federal law enforcement agency.
Texas Man Held In Killing Of Teen Girl At Illegal Street RaceRamon Roque Monreal, 33, of El Paso was booked for investigation of murder on Sunday and was held on $3 million bail, a statement from the police department said. 
Former Leader From Texas Of Neo-Nazi Group Pleads Guilty To 'Swatting'Twenty-six-year-old John C. Denton of Montgomery, faces up to five years in prison after entering a guilty plea Tuesday in federal court in Alexandria.
'What Are You Gonna Do?' Dallas Man Fires Guns, Runs Over Police Officer, Injures K-9Gabriel Cobarrubias, 29, faces multiple charges after police say he injured two police officers and a K-9 officer, too.
Texas Man Sentenced To 22 Years After Trading Firearms For Meth At BorderA 41-year-old man was sentenced to 22 years in federal prison for drug trafficking crimes on the Texas/Mexico border. 
Police: Palm Beach Tan 'Peeping Tom' Admits Recording Video Of Naked WomanKarson Landcaster was arrested on suspicion of improper photography or visual recording, a state jail felony.
Dallas Police Shot At After Breaking Up Illegal Street Race, Squad Car Hit Police in Dallas are searching for the person who shot at them after they broke up an illegal street race Monday morning. 
19 Tarrant County Jail Inmates, 7 Workers Test Positive For COVID-19Out of 4,444 inmates in the Tarrant County Jail’s three facilities, 19 have tested positive for the coronavirus as of Monday. 
Police Arrest Man In Connection To Homicide On Jamaica StreetTrayon Bevele is behind bars, accused of killing Charles Johnson a month ago in the 4000 block of Jamaica Street. 
16 Tarrant County Inmates Have COVID-19, 12 Staff Members Also PositiveThe jail population stands at 3,880 inmates and the Texas Department of Corrections is still restricting inmate transfers due to the coronavirus. 
Texas Brothers Sentenced To 11 Years Each For Federal Drug Trafficking ViolationsBrothers James Joseph Fabela, 41, and Benjamin Jason Fabela, 36, from Buna, Texas were sentenced to federal prison for drug trafficking crimes in the Eastern District of Texas.