The Plano Police Department is investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a creek bed along a busy section of Custer Road on Sunday morning.
At around 11:00am on Sunday morning, Plano police officers, firefighters, and paramedics were called to a possible body found near the 5000 block of Custer Road and Spring Creek Parkway.
Plano police say the man was reported missing by family members last Thursday, July 8. He voluntarily left the house that morning.
Investigators do not believe foul play is involved. The Collin County Medical Examiner’s Office will rule on the final cause of death.
Family and friends have identified the young man as a resident of Plano. His belongings were located at Schimelpfenig Middle School, just northwest of where his body was found. A friend says he was an Army veteran.
The Arlington Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred this evening at a home in the 5800 block of Willow Branch Drive in the southwest portion of town.
Just after 6:30pm, Arlington police officers responded to a shooting at the given location. As they were responding, another call came in reporting a vehicle had crash in the 5800 Twin Willows Drive, a street over from the shooting scene.
Officers located a man with multiple gunshot wounds inside the wrecked vehicle. Arlington paramedics transported him to Medical City Arlington, but he was pronounced deceased.
Detectives say there was a domestic dispute at a house on Willow Branch Drive that ended with a shooting. The victim ran from the house and attempted to drive away in the vehicle, but did not make it more than about a block.
The shooting suspect, also an adult man, remained at the original location on Willow Branch Drive and is cooperating with investigators.
The shooting is still in its early stages and remains under investigation.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating a fatality accident that occurred during the overnight hours of Saturday, July 10th.
At around 1:20am on Saturday morning, multiple emergency responders were called to the scene of an all terrain vehicle crash along Bolton Road near Farm to Market Road 51 (Weatherford Highway) just north of Granbury.
DPS troopers say a 2017 utility vehicle was traveling along Bolton Road when the driver crashed off the road and into a fence.
The driver, identified as a 21-year-old man from Granbury, and two sibling passengers, an 18-year-old man and 21-year-old woman, were ejected in the crash and seriously injured. The 18-year-old was pronounced deceased yesterday (Sunday) afternoon after being airlifted to JPS Hospital in Fort Worth. The 21-year-old woman sustained serious injuries. The driver was also injured, but unknown severity.
The victim has been publicly identified as a recent graduate of Godley High School. Godley ISD published a post on their Facebook page as a remembrance.
The Fort Worth Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred on Saturday morning at a home in the 1300 block of Royster Road.
At approximately 9:55am on Saturday, Fort Worth police officers were called to a shooting at the given location. When officers arrived, they met with a man sitting outside the home who indicated his mother was injured.
Officers went into the house and located the woman with multiple gunshot wounds. Paramedics attempted life-saving measures on the woman, but she was pronounced deceased at the house. She has been identified as a 61-year-old woman.
Investigators further questioned the man at the scene, who was determined to be the woman’s son. They both lived at the residence, according to police.
The man told police he and his mother had gotten into a verbal argument earlier that morning. At some point during the argument, he retrieved a handgun from his room. “[He] said his mother began to walk toward him, and then away from him,” police say. He then fired multiple shots.
Police have signed a warrant for the arrest of the man, identified as 21-year-old Calvin Brown.
The Mansfield Fire Department responded to reports of a suspicious smell in the 500 block of Airport Drive at around 7:30am this morning.
When firefighters arrived, they noticed a strong smell of ammonia and one person suffering from a medical emergency. Paramedics treated the individual for injuries likely related to the ammonia exposure, and transported them to a local hospital for further evaluation.
Firefighters determined the ammonia leak stemmed from a refrigeration incident at Don Lee Foods, a local food processing plant. They advised there was an ammonia leak from a refrigerator and it vented to the outside, exposing the nearby individual. There were no injuries at Don Lee Foods.
The Arlington Fire Department’s HazMat team responded to assist Mansfield firefighters. The leak was found to be contained. All air readings came back as normal and businesses were allowed to reopen.
A total of 18 firefighters and eight (8) fire apparatus responded to the incident. It was cleared within four hours.
The Flower Mound Police Department is investigating a motorcycle accident that occurred on Sunday afternoon on Garden Ridge Blvd near Flower Mound Road.
Around 3:20pm yesterday, multiple emergency responders were called to the intersection after reports of a collision involving two motorcycles.
Flower Mound EMS transported one of the riders to Baylor Grapevine trauma center with injuries. Just before midnight, the rider was pronounced deceased at the hospital. He has been publicly identified as 50-year-old Brodie Wolgamott, a former Haslet Fire Rescue firefighter.
Police have not yet released additional information on the crash.
At around 8:30pm on Saturday evening, multiple emergency responders from the Dallas Fire Rescue responded to the northbound lanes of the Dallas North Tollway near Northhaven Road for a multi-vehicle crash.
Authorities say traffic had slowed in the area due to a stranded vehicle in the roadway. A vehicle failed to slow down and caused a crash that involved at least five vehicles. One of the vehicles caught fire and another overturned.
All northbound lanes of the Tollway were diverted off the highway until around 2:30am while DPS troopers investigated and cleared up the scene.
One driver was transported to a local hospital with injuries.
The Burleson Police Department is investigating a fatality accident that occurred overnight July 5th.
At around 3:50am on Monday, July 5, Burleson police and fire along with Medstar EMS were dispatched to a crash on SW Hillside Drive between Wintercrest and Summercrest.
Authorities say two motorcycles and a parked car were involved in the crash. One of the motorcyclists was pronounced deceased on the scene. The other rider was injured, but did not request to go to the hospital.
The deceased victim has been identified as a 24-year-old man from Burleson.