The Fort Worth Police Department responded to a shooting incident on Friday morning at the Dalworth Inn, 812 E. Felix Street, in south Fort Worth.
According to a report published by FWPD, officers responded to the motel at 10:27AM regarding an unresponsive male. Officers found a male with a gunshot wound to the head. He was dead in the room.
The deceased has been identified as a 40-year-old male.
Police arrested a suspect, 41-year-old male, at a house in Fort Worth on Saturday evening. He has been charged with murder.
The Richland Hills Police Department responded to a welfare check at a house in the 2800 block of Matthews Drive yesterday (Saturday) evening. A neighbor called police after their elderly female resident would not come to her front door. Her dog was also located deceased on the front porch.
When officers arrived on the scene, they made entry into the home and located a 73-year-old female deceased inside the house. Her injuries were consistent with a homicide.
Officers investigated the scene and identified the suspect as the elderly resident’s roommate, a 27-year-old male. A warrant was subsequently issued for his arrest.
Police located the suspect in Dallas and arrested him. He has been booked into jail on a murder charge.
Multiple emergency responders were called to the scene of a major accident at 288 Becky Lane just north of Waxahachie at around 12:50PM this afternoon.
A juvenile was injured during the crash.
DPS is still investigating the incident, but has confirmed the juvenile has died.
More details will be released by DPS.
UPDATE: DPS confirms a 14-year-old male died today after his go-cart crashed off a residential road and went airborne
UPDATE: 14-year-old dies in go-cart crash near Waxahachie
The Fort Worth Police Department has released additional information regarding the officer involved shooting that occurred overnight Saturday. The shooting resulted in the death of a 28-year-old female.
As we reported yesterday, police were called to a house in the 1200 block of E. Allen Ave for an “open structure” call. A neighbor called police to report the front door of a residence was open. New information indicates the neighbor called the non-emergency number to report potentially suspicious activity at the residence. The neighbor stated the lights inside the residence were on and the vehicles were there, but the front door was open and he had not seen the residents.
Two officers were dispatched to the scene at 2:25AM and arrived at 2:29AM. The officers parked nearby and approached the scene on foot.
One of the officers went through a fence to the back of the residence to investigate. As displayed on the body camera, the officer approached a window, shined his flashlight inside, quickly stated for the occupant inside to display her hands, and fired a single shot.
The shot struck the resident. Officers rendered medical aid, but she was pronounced deceased. She was shot while inside the bedroom. Police have already released that the female was inside her own house.
A weapon was recovered from inside the residence, but information regarding that firearm has not been released. Although a weapon was recovered from the room, information to indicate the female was potentially wielding it has not been released at this time. It has also not been released whether the officer spotted the firearm when shining his flashlight into the window.
There are still many more details to be released regarding this investigation.
The Denton Police Department responded to a reported stabbing near the 3600 block of E. McKinney Street at Cardinal Drive just after 7:30PM last night.
When officers and emergency personnel arrived on the scene, they located a person with an apparent stab injury. The victim was transported to a local hospital, but pronounced deceased.
Denton PD is investigating this case as a homicide. At this time, no suspects have been taken into custody.
Police believe this was an isolated incident. There is no current thinking to indicate any danger to the public.
DPS troopers are investigating a major accident with fatality in the 5300 block of County Road 915.
As we reported earlier today, Godley FD, AMR, and multiple law enforcement all responded to a serious crash with reported ejection on County Road 915 near County Road 1014 just west of the Chisholm Trail Parkway.
One vehicle had reportedly crashed off the road and hit a tree. Multiple air ambulances were called to the scene for multiple people injured.
According to the Tarrant County Medical Examiner, one person died at the scene. The victim has been identified as a 32-year-old male.
Additional information has not yet been released. We are awaiting more details from DPS.
The Burleson Police Department is investigating a major accident involving a fatality in the 6800 block of FM 1902 just north of FM 917.
It was dispatched that an 18-wheeler and a vehicle were involved in a collision.
Upon arrival, emergency responders pronounced a woman deceased on the scene. A pediatric patient had sustained serious injuries, and a medical helicopter was called.
CareFlite airlifted a child to Cook Children’s Hospital with serious injuries, condition unknown.
Police are still investigating the cause of the crash and the relation of the woman and child.
Lanes of FM 1902 have been closed while police conduct an investigation.
The Garland Fire Department is working a structure fire at a commercial building in the 1300 block of S. Shiloh Road between Miller Road and Forest Lane.
Heavy fire and smoke is reported to be showing from the automotive shop.
Command has requested a 2nd alarm to the scene. Expect heavy firefighter presence in this area.
Law enforcement is investigating a fatality crash in the 6500 block of FM 1902 near Caddo Road just north of FM 917, west of Joshua.
Burleson FD and MedStar EMS responded to the scene just before 2PM. MedStar confirms one patient is deceased on the scene. CareFlite resounded, but it has not been confirmed if they airlifted a patient.
Reported to involve a commercial truck and a vehicle.
There are heavy delays on FM 1902 while police investigate the scene.
The Fort Worth Police Department responded to an “open structure” call at 2:23AM in the 1200 block of E. Allen Ave. A caller stated the front door of a residence was open, and asked police to check on the situation.
When officers arrived on the scene, they established a perimeter around the house. They observed a person standing inside the house near a window. One of the officers “perceived a threat” and shot at the person, striking her.
Officers rendered medical aid, but she was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Police say the deceased female lived at the residence. A weapon was recovered from inside the house.
The age and identity of the victim has not been released at this time.
Note – Our original headline has been edited to avoid confusion.