The Euless Police Department responded to a possible domestic disturbance situation at a home in the 1500 block of Aransas Drive around dinnertime this evening.
It was reported that a barricaded person was inside the residence along with a woman. Unofficial reports indicate the woman was a possible hostage in the event.
Euless PD requested the assistance of the regional SWAT team to assist with the apprehension of the suspect.
At 7:19PM, Euless PD posted on their Facebook page for residents in the area to stay inside their homes. “You may hear a loud speaker in use.”
The incident was resolved around 9PM after the male suspect was taken into custody without incident. The woman was also safely removed from the house. No one was injured.
Euless PD is still investigating the incident. There is no further information at this time.
Please note: DFW Scanner does not publish information regarding or related to ongoing police incidents, such as barricaded persons, SWAT incidents, or other sensitive events, until the incident has been resolved. We do this for officer safety reasons.
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The Irving Police Department responded to a shooting call at the 7-11, 510 N. Nursey Road, at 1:15AM this morning.
An employee of the convenience store called police to report a man was shooting his way into the store. Police say the store was closed at the time. The employee was hiding in the bathroom of the business.
When Irving police officers arrived on the scene, the suspect, armed with a shotgun, was exiting the business. Officers gave verbal commands to drop the weapon, but he did not comply. An Irving PD officer discharged his weapon, striking and killing the suspect.
The suspect has been identified as a 69-year-old man.
No officers, nor the store employee, were injured in the incident.
The investigation is ongoing at this time. Anyone with information on this case is asked to contact the Irving Police Department at 972-273-1010 (24-hours).
The Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office responded to a robbery and shooting this morning around 7:00AM at the Super Big Country Mart, located at FM 1187 and Stephenson Levy Road.
Police say a man entered the store with intent to commit a robbery around 6:18AM. The suspect displayed a handgun and robbed the clerk who opened the store a short time earlier.
At some point during the incident, the suspect shot the store clerk, who was found deceased at the location around 7:12AM from an apparent gunshot wound.
The suspect fled with cash and the victim’s dark gray Toyota Sienna minivan, Texas license plate GPB0449, southbound on Stevenson Levy Road toward Burleson.
The suspect has medium brown skin and a stocky build. His race is not known at this time. He was wearing a surgical type mask across his face, a ball cap, a blue zip up hoodie, gray pants, black shoes and one glove. The ball cap is white with a red bill.
A male wearing a plaid shirt and white ball cap entered the store just prior to the Robbery. He was driving a white 4-door passenger car. At this time, this individual is only a person of interest and Investigators would like to speak with him. His photo and a photo of his vehicle is attached.
Anyone with information contact Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office at 817-884-1213. The suspect is considered to be armed and dangerous. Citizens are advised not to approach the subject and contact 911 if found.
Officials in Denton County have now ordered all individuals to stay a home beginning tomorrow (Wednesday), March 25th at 11:59PM. The mandate lasts until March 31.
“All individuals currently living within Denton County are ordered to STAY AT HOME or their current place of residence,” reads the order.
“All businesses operating within Denton County are required to cease all activities at facilities located within Denton County. Businesses may continue operations consisting exclusively of employees or contractors performing activities at their residences.”
Denton County has 36 confirmed cases of the Coronavirus, as of Tuesday March 24th. Dallas and Tarrant counties have also ordered similar declarations for their residents.
Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins has ordered all residents in Dallas County to “shelter in place” under a new declaration announced on Sunday afternoon.
“Because of the risk of the rapid spread of the virus, and the need to protect the most vulnerable members of the community, this Order requires all individuals anywhere in Dallas County to shelter in place – that is, stay at home – except for certain essential activities and work to provide essential business and government services or perform essential public infrastructure construction, including housing.”
The Order begins at midnight tomorrow, March 23rd, and will last until April 3rd.
There were 14 cases of the Coronavirus in Dallas County last Sunday; however, latest numbers indicate at least 131 known cases, including two deaths.
Officials are still recommending people to avoid gatherings of over 10+ people.
Officials recommend these important safety measures:
Avoid close contact with people who are sick Avoid touching your face Stay home when sick Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue and throw the tissue in the trash Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces Follow CDC recommendations for using a facemask Wash your hands often using soap for at least 20 seconds Consult with CDC’s travel website for any travel advisories