Monthly Archives: February 2017

Shooting (Dallas)

Information from Dallas Police Department: On February 20, 2017, at approximately 3:33 PM officers responded to a shooting call at 9633 Ferris Branch apartment 318. Upon arrival, officers found a Black female in the parking lot of the apartment complex with a gunshot wound to her leg. She directed officers to apartment 318 and Dallas Fire Rescue transported her to Presbyterian Hospital in good condition. Officers located apartment 318 and found the victim, Jason Ali Edwards B/M/39, deceased in the apartment from gunshot wounds. Dallas Fire Rescue pronounced the victim deceased at the scene. Homicide, Crime Scene and the DCME’s office responded to the scene. A canvass of the area and witnesses interviewed stated that a silver four door vehicle was seen leaving the complex after the shooting. The witnesses stated that a B/M wearing a black and red jacket was seen leaving the apartment and entering the silver vehicle.

House Fire (Wylie)

Wylie Quint 142 is on scene with fire and smoke showing from the roof of a house in the 3500 block of W. Olivia Drive. Murphy FD and Sachse FD have been dispatched to assist. Battalion 140 has command. Everyone is out of the house.

Search (Ft Worth)

Multiple Fort Worth PD units and FWPD Air-1 helicopter are searching for a possible armed person in the area of Keller Haslet Road and Vista Greens Drive on the north side. Units are searching around a pond near the location. Reports indicate a white male wearing a backpack, black baseball cap, blue jeans, and a dark shirt possibly had a weapon. Very heavy police activity in this area. Its best to avoid the area.

Update – Suspect is accused of firing at an officer. The suspect is now in custody and units are beginning to clear the scene. Great job FWPD!

Police Activity (North Richland Hills)

On February 18, 2017 at 6:49 AM, a North Richland Hills officer initiated a traffic stop in the 6300 block of Davis Boulevard. After the vehicle stopped, the officer approached from the passenger side of the vehicle to speak with the driver. It was reported that the driver without warning, made a sudden lunge towards the officer, while reaching behind the passenger seat for a weapon. In fear for their life, the officer discharged one round from their duty weapon. The round however, did not injure the driver. The driver began complying with officer commands. Additional units arrived on scene, and the driver of the vehicle was placed in to custody. Officers observed a machete located behind the passenger seat.
The officer has been placed on administrative leave, as per policy, while an internal investigation is conducted. The driver of the vehicle was transported to the North Richland Hills jail, charges pending.

Investigation (Arlington)

Arlington PD and Crime Scene are on scene at an apartment complex near the 4900 block of S. Cooper Street. A crime scene is established at the apartment complex next to the Denny’s restaurant. Unknown details at this time, but reports indicate it was a possible shooting.

Major Accident (Frisco)

Frisco FD/EMS and PD are working a major accident on Preston Road between Main St. and Eldorado Pkwy. Multiple ambulances are on scene to transport multiple victims. Injuries are serious and potentially critical. Extrication has been completed. All lanes of Preston Road are closed at this time. Avoid this area.

Pursuit End (Johnson County)

At 09:19 am today, the Cleburne Police Department received information about a possible disturbance in a vehicle in the 2200 block of N Main. The caller advised a female and a male were in a vehicle and possibly needed help. Once the Cleburne Police Department located the vehicle, the vehicle fled at a high rate of speed. Officers pursued the vehicle into the county. At FM 2280 and Slayton Road, the fleeing vehicle wrecked into some trees. There were no other vehicles involved in the wreck. The male driver fled on foot. The female passenger was located in the vehicle with minor injuries and was transported by ambulance to a hospital. A Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Warden deployed his K9 and was able to locate the suspect. He has been identified as Bobby Glen Wimbish, II, a 37 year old male from Cleburne. Wimbish was arrested for an outstanding warrant from Pardon and Parole and has also been charged with Evading Arrest in a Vehicle. The Cleburne Police Department would like to thank the following agencies for their assistance: Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Warden and K9, Johnson County Constable, Keene PD, and Burleson PD.


Cleburne PD, Johnson County sheriffs, DPS troopers, Keene PD, and Game Warden K-9 are all on scene of a pursuit end near FM 2280 and Slayton Road. Law enforcement was pursuing a vehicle when it wrecked out and the subject fled on foot. Johnson County is on scene utilizing a drone to help search for the suspect. This is all happening near the community of Egan north of Keene. Its best to stay away from this area.

Update – Suspect has just been caught with the help of K9!

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