After a thorough, 3-week long investigation into multiple threats made against L.D. Bell High School, the Hurst Police Department took a female student into custody this afternoon on campus.
The arrestee is accused of sending multiple online threats to students and faculty at L.D. Bell High School in Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD beginning January 9th of this month and continuing for three days. Students and faculty received the threats via social media platforms and messaging apps.
The threats included bringing firearms and explosives to the school to harm the students and staff members. No evidence of firearms or explosives were discovered at the school, and at no time was there any legitimate danger to those who attend and work at the high school, says police.
The student was taken into custody at the school and transported to the Tarrant County Juvenile Detention Center. She has been charged with nine (9) felony counts of terrorist threat.
“The Hurst Police Department would like to express our sincere appreciation to the faculty and staff of LD Bell High School and to the HEB Independent School District members for their generous support, cooperation, and patience while dealing with this incident,” says Hurst PD.
You can read our original reports here and here.
Dallas Fire-Rescue responded to a investigate an object in the roadway near 1200 Record Crossing Road near Cushata Lane.
Upon arrival, they found a frozen canister in the roadway, possibly leaking some type of hazardous material.
HazMat was requested to the scene. Plano Fire Department’s hazardous materials team responded to the scene.
Multiple units from Irving FD, Dallas PD, and Dallas FD are on scene of a major accident involving a tractor-trailer impacting eastbound lanes of Highway 183 at Regal Row.
A tractor-trailer traveling eastbound on Highway 183 crashed off the guardrail and into the express lanes of Highway 183. The trailer caught fire and was fully involved upon arrival. Heavy black smoke was visible in the area.
The driver was taken to Parkland Hospital with potentially serious injuries.
An intoxicated driver traveling at a high rate of speed ran a red light late last night in south Dallas, causing a three-car major accident that claimed the life of one person.
Dallas Police and Fire crews responded to the crash just before 11PM last night at the intersection of W. Davis Street and N. Westmoreland Road.
The victim was traveling eastbound on Davis Street when her vehicle was struck at a high rate of speed by a vehicle traveling southbound on Westmoreland Road. The victim’s vehicle was sent into a spin, eventually colliding with another vehicle.
The victim, identified as a 22-year-old female, was transported by DFR to Methodist Dallas Hospital, but was pronounced deceased.
The intoxicated driver fled the scene on foot. He was located by Air-1 walking into a residence nearby, and subsequently arrested for Intoxication Manslaughter and Failure to Stop and Render Aid.
Here is an update to the major accident we posted last night.
Officials are investigating a major accident last night which occurred in the 4500 block of Mambrino Highway at Wedgefield Road. Emergency responders arrived to find a vehicle with heavy damage and one person possibly ejected.
Two medical helicopters, Air Evac 69 and CareFlite 3, were called to the scene.
One of the victims, identified as a 30s year old female, died at JPS as a result of her injuries.
There are no additional details to provide.
Telico VFD, Ennis FD, Ellis County EMS, and multiple law enforcement are on scene of a major accident with injuries on Highway 34 at Cut-Off Road. The accident is east of Telico in rural Ellis County.
CPR has been reported on one person at the scene. A medical helicopter was on standby, but has been disregarded due to severity of injuries.
Expect heavy delays on Highway 34 through this area.
An online threat via social media has prompted a police investigation and arrest of the student involved.
First reports of the threat surfaced last night. A Snapchat user posted that he or she was going to kill everyone in the school. The account also posted a picture of an assault-style weapon with “prepare for lockdown and prepare for death” text.
Police were notified last night and immediately took action. Officers were able to identify the student involved, and they took him into custody around 12:30AM.
Fort Worth ISD says extra police will be on hand at the school today so students and others feel safe. “There is no immediate threat to our campus at this time,” officials say.
Police report the suspect is an 18-year-old former student at the school.
The Garland Police Department is investigating the circumstances surrounding a fatal shooting late last night.
Officers responded to a shooting at an apartment complex in the 2800 block of Dairy Road. When they arrived, they located a man in the parking lot shot multiple times. Garland FD/EMS responded and pronounced the victim deceased on scene.
Homicide investigators believe the victim was inside his apartment when a vehicle burglary alarm sounded. He believed someone may have been trying to break into his work truck. As he investigated it, he was shot.
The investigation is ongoing.
Multiple law enforcement personnel are clearing up a major accident in the 4500 block of Mambrino Highway near Wedgefield Road. It was reported to be just outside the gate for Pecan Plantation.
Hood County Stations #50 and #80 along with Pecan Plantation EMS and Texas EMS were all dispatched to the scene around 9:15PM.
The crash was dispatched as a possible ejection. Major damage was reported to the vehicle involved in the crash. One patient was unresponsive at the scene.
Two medical helicopters, one from Air Evac Lifeteam and one from CareFlite, responded to the scene.
The investigation and cleanup is in progress.
Haltom City and NRH FD are on scene at a structure fire in the 2400 block of Weaver Street. Large commercial structure with heavy fire on the delta side. Multiple hazards inside due to chemicals in the building. Offensive strategy.