Attorney: Man Pepper Sprayed By Keller Police Officers To Receive $200K Settlement From CityA man who was pepper sprayed by officers in Keller while videotaping his son's encounter with police over the summer is set to receive a $200,000 settlement from the city, the man's attorney said.
Some Keller Residents Demand Action Against Officers Who Pepper Sprayed ManFootage shows Officer Blake Shimanek, previously a sergeant with the department, ordering Officer Antik Tomer arrest and pepper spray Marco Puerte for filming the arrest.
Man Accused Of Killing Ex-Wife In Keller Found Dead In VehicleA man who was accused of killing his ex-wife at a Keller home was found dead in his vehicle in Midlothian Saturday morning, police said.
Keller Police Searching For Man Who Allegedly Shot, Killed Ex-WifePolice in Keller are searching for a 59-year-old man who allegedly shot and killed his ex-wife at a home Tuesday evening.
School Threats Increasing In North Texas Since Florida School ShootingA threat to Indian Springs Middle School was made by a student; we are talking someone as young as fifth grade. He's accused of making the threat by hacking into the school's Instagram page.
Thieves Targeting Gas Tanks In North TexasKeller Police received at least two reports Thursday of attempted fuel thefts.
Trailer Stolen From Keller Dance StudioProps inside were to be used in an upcoming recital.
Keller Police Investigating Bogus Calls To 911Two nights in a row, Keller police officers have rushed to the same street after 911 calls about a shooting.
Arlington Man Allegedly Paid Teen Girls For SexPolice say 44-year-old Timothy James Burns sexually assaulted four girls ages 14 to 16 and offered them hundreds of dollars for sex.
Police, Keller ISD Investigate Social Media ThreatKeller ISD's decision to keep school open Wednesday rather than close for a third day due to weather prompted a serious response.
North Texas Police Department Posting Traffic Enforcement LocationsThe Keller Police Department started Tweeting and using Facebook to get out some unlikely information. The department is actually posting the daily location of its traffic officers on social media.