The Granbury Police Department is investigating a shooting at a home in the 300 block of Kathy Lane.
At 2:48pm, Granbury police were dispatched to the home for a welfare check. Several officers forcibly entered the home and located the bodies of four individuals inside: a 36-year-old male, a 34-year-old female, a 13-year-old female, and 3-year-old female.
Reports indicate the adult woman was the mother of the two children. The adult man and woman were married.
All four people died from gunshot wounds, according to police. Evidence from the scene indicates it was a murder-suicide, but police continue their investigation.
“At this time, there is no evidence of anyone else being involved in this incident.”
Multiple police agencies and emergency responders responded to a major accident this morning around 9:15am on southbound I35W near Dale Earnhardt Way.
According to authorities, two Northlake PD officers were sitting inside separate vehicles when an 18-wheeler collided with them. The 18-wheeler overturned on one of the police cars, trapping the officer inside the car.
Roanoke and Denton County ESD 1 firefighters extricated the officer and transported him to a local hospital in critical condition, but responsive. The second officer was transported to a hospital in stable condition.
All southbound lanes of I35W are closed between Dale Earnhardt Way and 114 near Texas Motor Speedway. A thorough investigation is underway. After the investigation, it will take a few hours to clean up the wreckage.
It’s best to avoid this area. Roadways are wet and icy, especially side streets and bridges.
The Dallas Police Department has arrested a Dallas resident after a dog attack earlier this afternoon.
At 3:16pm this afternoon, emergency responders were called to an apartment complex at 3440 Timberglen Road after a child was bit by a dog. Officials say the 6-year-old boy was getting off the bus when he was attacked by a dog.
Police say the owner failed to secure the dog, resulting in the dog exiting the apartment and biting the child.
Dallas Fire Rescue transported the child to a local hospital with serious bodily injury. He is reported to be in stable condition at this time.
The dog owner was arrested and charged with Felony 3 Attack by Dangerous Dog Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury.
The Dallas Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred at a northeast Dallas motel on Friday.
On Friday, February 11th, Dallas police were notified of a woman with gunshot wounds at an area hospital. The 41-year-old woman was pronounced deceased from her injuries.
Officers determined a man shot the woman at a motel in the 11300 block of LBJ Freeway near Jupiter Road. After the shooting, he drove her to a local hospital, dropped her at the door, and sped off.
Approximately two hours later, Dallas police officers caught up with the suspect after he crashed his vehicle while attempting to overdose on methamphetamines. He was transported to the hospital for treatment, but later transferred to the jail for questioning. Authorities will be charging him with murder.
The circumstances surrounding the motive for this murder are still under investigation.
The Fort Worth Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred Saturday in the 1100 block of E. Baltimore Avenue.
Fort Worth police responded to a residence in the Hillside Morningside neighborhood on Saturday and found two males with gunshot wounds. MedStar EMS transported both victims to JPS for treatment of their injuries.
One of the victims was pronounced deceased at JPS. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified him as a 13-year-old male from Fort Worth.
The second victim continues to seek treatment for his injuries, according to Fort Worth police. Officials have not released information on the second victim.
Homicide detectives are actively working this case. Circumstances surround the incident are still under investigation.
The Irving Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred around 10:15am Thursday morning at the intersection of N. MacArthur Blvd and Ranch Trail.
Authorities say a 19-year-old man was sitting in his vehicle stopped at a red light when another vehicle pulled up beside him. A front passenger inside the vehicle reached out and fired multiple shots into the vehicle, striking the young driver. After the shots were fired, the suspect vehicle fled southbound on MacArthur Blvd.
Paramedics were called to the scene and transported the victim to Parkland Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.
The Irving Police Department requests anyone with information to contact us at (972) 273-1010 (24hrs) and reference the above case number. Additionally, you may submit tips to email@example.com.
The Arlington Fire Department is investigating a fatal fire that occurred Thursday evening at the Forest Acres Mobile Home Park, 4800 Kelly Elliott Road.
At around 4:15pm, Arlington firefighters were called to the community after residents saw flames from one of the mobile homes. Quint 7 arrived to find heavy fire showing from a mobile home with reports of a woman trapped inside.
Firefighters immediately went inside to attack the fire and search for any victims. A woman was found inside the home with life-threatening injuries. CPR was performed by firefighters and paramedics at the scene. Arlington EMS transported her to Medical City Arlington, but she was pronounced deceased at 5:54pm.
The victim has been identified as a 62-year-old woman.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.