Intoxicated driver causes serious crash near Granbury

The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating a serious crash that occurred on Wednesday evening along Fall Creek Highway near the Revolver Brewery.

At around 8:00pm, the deCordova Bend Estates VFD, Texas EMS, and multiple law enforcement all responded to the scene near Fall Creek Highway (FM 167) near Walters Bend Court.

Officials say a 25-year-old man was driving northbound on Fall Creek Highway when he failed to maintain his lane along a curve in the roadway. He drifted into the southbound lane and hit another vehicle head-on. A third vehicle traveling southbound was also involved.

The driver of the southbound vehicle was transported to a local hospital by air ambulance with injuries. The driver and passenger of the third vehicle, who were related to the driver of the southbound vehicle ahead of their’s, were not seriously injured.

DPS troopers determined the 25-year-old driver who caused the crash was intoxicated. He was arrested for intoxication assault.

Two speeding drivers cause fiery crash in west Dallas; one killed

The Dallas Police Department and Dallas Fire Rescue personnel responded to a multi-vehicle accident on Wednesday evening at the intersection of Singleton Blvd and Hammerly Drive in west Dallas.

Officials say two sedan vehicles were driving westbound on Singleton Blvd at a high rate of speed. Police did not say whether the drivers were racing. An SUV driving south on Hammerly Drive was stopped at the Singleton Blvd stop sign. As the driver attempted to turn onto Singleton Blvd, her vehicle was hit by both speeding vehicles.

One of the speeding vehicles caught fire. The driver, a 26-year-old woman, was transported to a local hospital and pronounced deceased. Two passengers in the vehicle were taken to the hospital with undisclosed injuries.

The driver of the other speeding vehicle, a 33-year-old man, was transported to a local hospital with undisclosed injuries.

The driver of the SUV, a 30-year-old woman, and her 7-year-old daughter were not seriously hurt in the crash.

Debris from the crash and wreckage from the vehicles blocked all lanes of Singleton Blvd.

Driver failed to stop at sign in fatal Collin County crash, DPS says

The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating a fatality accident that occurred last night (Wednesday) at the intersection of State Highway 78 and County Road 825.

Multiple emergency responders from the Blue Ridge VFD, Collin County EMS, and several police were all called to the intersection around 8:00pm after a vehicle and an 18-wheeler collided at the intersection.

DPS officials say the driver of a small vehicle failed to stop at a stop sign, and proceeded onto the highway, failing to yield to the right of way of an 18-wheeler. The 18-wheeler was traveling northbound on Highway 78 and collided with the vehicle, pushing it into the ditch.

The driver of the vehicle was not wearing a seatbelt. He was ejected from the vehicle. Bystanders administered live-saving measures before emergency responders arrived, but his injuries were too severe. He was pronounced deceased on the scene. His identity has not been publicly released pending notification of family.

The driver of the 18-wheeler was transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

The investigation is ongoing.

Woman killed in crash near Azle

The Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office responded to a major accident yesterday (Wednesday) morning around 6:00am at the intersection of 13900 block Farm to Market Road 730 and Knob Hill Road / Portwood Road.

Officials say two vehicles, a passenger vehicle and a pickup truck, were involved in a collision. A man was airlifted to Texas Health Harris Hospital in Fort Worth with serious injuries, but is expected to survive. A woman was pronounced deceased at the scene.

The woman has been identified as a 41-year-old female who lived near the crash scene.

Lanes of FM 730 were closed for approximately 5 hours while Tarrant County sheriffs investigators worked the accident scene.

At this time, no charges have been filed and no arrests have been made.

Man drove from Tennessee to murder lover’s husband, Dallas police say

The Dallas Police Department has arrested a man who allegedly traveled from his home state of Tennessee to Dallas to murder his former girlfriend’s husband.

On October 9, 2020, at around 7:30 in the morning, a man and his wife of 15 years took their dog for a walk around the neighborhood. As they were walking along Waverly Drive in Oak Cliff, an armed man in a black pickup truck ran up behind the couple and shot the man multiple times. The man’s wife said she was beaten and thrown to the ground, but could not get a good description of the suspect. The suspect then drove off in his pickup truck.

Dallas Fire-Rescue responded quickly, but the man was pronounced deceased on the scene. A homicide investigation was launched to catch his killer.

The investigation led detectives to a 48-year-old man from Tennessee, who was the boyfriend of the man’s wife during their high school and college years. An arrest affidavit indicates the man’s wife and the suspect were engaged in an “emotional affair” and exchanged over 14,000 texts or phone calls in the month surrounding her husband’s death. One of those text messages from the suspect indicated he had a “5 year plan of how they would be together.”

Dallas police gathered cell phone evidence placing the suspect at the scene of the crime. The same cell phone evidence indicates the suspect drove back to Tennessee immediately after the shooting.

Law enforcement partners assisted the Dallas Police Department in locating and apprehending the suspect at his house in Cumberland Furnace, Tennessee on Monday, January 11, 2021.

Police have not released whether the man’s wife was involved in a plot to kill the husband.

The suspect has been arrested for Murder.

Irving mother and boyfriend arrested in the murder of her 8-year-old boy

The Irving Police Department has arrested a 30-year-old woman and her 29-year-old boyfriend in the death of her 8-year-old son.

Last Friday, January 8th, the Irving Fire Department responded to the Magnuson Hotel, an extended stay hotel located on the service road of Highway 183 near N. O’Connor Road, for an unconscious person call. Officers and paramedics found an unresponsive 8-year-old male child on the bed inside the hotel room. Numerous injuries to the child were observed when officers first arrived on the scene.

Life-saving measures were immediately started and continued as the child was taken to Children’s Dallas. Unfortunately, the child was pronounced deceased at the hospital.

Irving police say the investigation is still in its early stages, but evidence suggests the child’s mother and her boyfriend had been “violently abusing” the child for the past week and a half.

The woman and her boyfriend were arrested and both charged with Capital Murder in the death of the boy. Police say they have been dating for a year.

Anyone with information on this case is asked to contact the Irving Police Department at 972-273-1010.

Young man killed in Fort Worth’s historic southside neighborhood

The Fort Worth Police Department responded to a shooting at around 1:30am overnight in the city’s historic southside neighborhood.

Multiple police officers were called to a shooting in the 900 block of E. Cannon Street. One man was found deceased from multiple gunshot wounds. He was pronounced deceased at the scene.

The victim has been identified as a 23-year-old man who lived at the house.

The department’s homicide unit is investigating the incident.

Man arrested for killing Uber driver in Dallas

The Dallas Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred last Friday, January 8th, involving a ride-share driver and his passenger.

Officials say a 33-year-old Uber driver was found dead near the 4100 block of Langdon Road around lunchtime on Friday. An investigation led them to uncover that he was killed by a passenger in vehicle.

As detectives learned more about the crime, it was determined that a 21-year-old male passenger riding in the Uber attempted to rob the driver. The passenger then beat the driver to death, according to Dallas police.

Dallas police located the suspect and subsequently arrested him. He has been charged with Capital Murder.

Man found shot dead along Tarrant County roadway

The Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the shooting death of a man found dead along a rural roadway near Rendon.

At around 8:00am yesterday morning (Saturday), the Rendon Fire / EMS Department and multiple Tarrant County sheriffs deputies were called to the 6100 block of Teague Road for a “man down.” When emergency responders arrived, they located a deceased man laying on a grassy embankment along the roadway.

Teague Road was shut off for all traffic between Davis Road and FM 1187 for several hours while crime scene conducted their investigation.

The victim has been identified by the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office as a 38-year-old man from Roanoke. His death has been listed as a homicide.

Update: Here is the full statement from Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office.

“On 01/09/2021 at 8:10 AM, Tarrant County Deputies were dispatched to the 5700 block of Teague Rd. A 38-year-old male was found deceased near the roadway by a passing motorist. Tarrant County Investigators are collecting evidence and interviewing witnesses. This is a homicide and is believed to be an isolated incident, posing no immediate danger to the public. The investigation is on-going and additional information will be released as it becomes available.”

California murder suspect kills self after police track him into Dallas neighborhood

Multiple police departments and federal police officers are investigating an incident that occurred this morning in the 2100 block of W Amherst Avenue near Harry Hines Blvd in northwest Dallas.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Los Angeles, California Police Department were tracking a murder suspect who reportedly killed his ex-girlfriend on Wednesday, January 6th in California. The suspect, a 46-year-old man, was found to be staying with family in Irving.

Investigators tracked Flores from a location in Arlington all the way into Dallas. The Dallas Police Department’s Air-1 helicopter and ground units assisted in following the suspect to a neighborhood in the 2100 block of W Amherst Avenue.

When the suspect realized he was being followed by several police agencies, he parked his vehicle, got out, and shot himself. The suspect was pronounced deceased on the scene.

The investigation into this incident is still ongoing.

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