Teenager seriously injured after shots ring out during basketball game in Dallas

The Dallas Police Department responded to a shooting incident last night at the Davis Field House located in the 9100 block of Polk Street.

According to a video shared from the gym, shots were fired inside the venue and an 18-year-old was shot. A Dallas ISD police officer was also injured in the incident. After the shots were fired, players and spectators ran off the court and into safety.

Police say there was an altercation that led up to the shooting. They are currently looking for three persons of interest in this case, pictured below.

Source: Dallas Police Department

Anyone with information regarding this shooting or the identity of the persons of interest are encouraged to contact Dallas Police Detective Brewster Billings, at (214) 283-4805 / (214) 671-3083 or brewster.billings@dallascityhall.com.

Two people airlifted to Parkland from burn incident in Johnson County

Multiple emergency responders have been called to the scene of a burn injury involving two people off County Road 912 near County Road 911.

CareFlite sent two helicopters to the scene. Both have lifted from the scene en route to Parkland Hospital in Dallas with burn victims.

Unconfirmed reports indicate the two were burned when an accelerant was poured on a fire.

That is all the information we have at this time. We will update when and if more information is released.

Two workers airlifted from electrical accident in downtown Fort Worth

Multiple emergency responders from Fort Worth FD and MedStar responded to a reported electrocution incident in downtown Fort Worth. The incident occurred in the 100 block of Throckmorton Street.

Officials say two men working in an electrical room sustained flash burns to their faces and upper extremities. MedStar says the injuries were non-life-threatening.

CareFlite landed two helicopters at the scene. Both airlifted the workers to Parkland Hospital in Dallas.

Photo: Brian Luenser

Man arrested after woman found shot and killed at Denton house

The Denton Police Department responded to a 9-1-1 hangup call at a house in the 1400 block of Carrigan Lane last night and found a gunshot victim.

Officers responded to the scene just after 7:30PM last night. When officers arrived at the house, they located a deceased female with an apparent gunshot wound. She has been identified as a 30-year-old female.

A 29-year-old man was also found injured at the house and transported to the hospital. After he was treated and released from the hospital, he was arrested for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon.

Denton police are conducting a full investigation. They say additional charges may be added depending on the investigation.

Armed robber shot, killed by armed man in west Dallas

The Dallas Police Department is investigating the shooting death of an alleged armed robber that occurred late last night in west Dallas.

Officials say a homeowner was hosting a social gathering in the front yard of a house when three suspects robbed the party at gunpoint. One of the individuals at the party, who police say is a licensed handgun carrier, produced his weapon and shot one of the robbers.

One robber was shot and two others fled the scene. The injured robber was transported to the hospital and pronounced deceased.

The handgun carrier provided a statement to police regarding the incident, and was released. The case will be referred to a Dallas County grand jury.

Dallas Police are asking that anyone with information regarding the other two robbery suspects contact Detective White with the Dallas Police Department Homicide Unit at (214) 671-3690, or jacob.white@dallascityhall.com.

Woman found shot dead at south Fort Worth house after police receive word of gunshots

The Fort Worth Police Department responded to “multiple gunshots heard” in the area of the 6400 block of Canyon Circle and found a woman shot dead late Thursday evening.

Police were called to the scene just after 11PM late Thursday night. They located a woman near the front door of the house suffering from a gunshot wound.

MedStar was called to the scene, but she was pronounced deceased at the scene. The victim has been identified as a 33-year-old female who died from a gunshot wound to the head.

Police are working to track down the suspect(s) responsible for the killing.

Suspect arrested, charged with murder in death of man found in Grapevine woods

The Grapevine Police Department has arrested a man in connection with a death investigation on New Year’s Day.

On January 1st, Grapevine police were called to the Wildwood Creek Apartments at 821 E. Dove Loop for a body found in the woods next to one of the apartment buildings. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office responded to take possession of the body.

On Friday, January 10th, officials released they arrested a 21-year-old male and charged him with Murder in the death of the victim. Police say the suspect and the victim knew each other.

The victim, identified as a 33-year-old man from Bedford, died due to stabbing injuries. Police say he was stabbed in the chest.

A motive in the killing has not been released. The suspect has been booked into the Tarrant County Jail with one count of Murder.

Dallas teenager arrested, charged with capital murder in shooting death of Fort Worth man

An 18-year-old man from Dallas has been arrested and charged with Capital Murder in the shooting death of a 36-year-old man at a Fort Worth apartment building last November.

On November 22nd, the Fort Worth Police Department received word of an open apartment unit in the 4000 block of Pin Oak Terrace. Officers went inside the apartment unit and located a man on the couch shot multiple times. MedStar arrived and pronounced the victim deceased on the scene. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office says the victim died from multiple gunshot wounds.

The FWPD Homicide Unit was contacted and started an investigation into the man’s death. During the course of the investigation, it was determined that the victim’s vehicle had been taken from the location. The vehicle was located the day prior, on Thursday, abandoned in Dallas. This expanded the investigation into Dallas.

Investigators pursued many leads, eventually leading them to issue an arrest warrant for the suspect. The 18-year-old was located and arrested yesterday on January 8. He has been booked into the Tarrant County jail and charged with Capital Murder.

Man walking in Oak Cliff roadway struck and killed by vehicle

The Dallas Police Department responded to a major accident involving a pedestrian in the 700 block of E. Ledbetter Road on Monday morning around 6:15AM.

Upon arrival, they located a man who had been struck by a vehicle. The man was transported by Dallas Fire-Rescue to Methodist Dallas hospital where he was later pronounced deceased.

A report from the Dallas PD says the man was “walking in the road” at the time of the crash.

Officials say the driver who struck the man remained at the scene.

The man has been identified as a 75-year-old man who lived about 4 blocks away from the accident site.

The crash is under investigation.

Severe storms & snow all a possibility in DFW the next few days

The next few days will bring chances of strong to severe thunderstorms along with a few flurries of snow, says the National Weather Service.

A strong cold front is forecasted to move through North Texas tomorrow (Friday) evening, bringing a chance of strong to severe thunderstorms. There is a chance of discrete thunderstorms ahead of the line, which are usually more severe; however, the best chance for those storms is east of the immediate DFW Metroplex. A line of strong to severe thunderstorms appears likely, though, during the evening hours of Friday. Overall, you can expect heavy rain and possibly strong weather between the hours of 12PM and 5PM tomorrow.

Temperatures will tank after the cold front moves through. By Saturday morning, temperatures may dip down into the low 30’s. Excess moisture may lead to some snow flurries in the immediate DFW Metroplex, although the best chance of snow is north along the Red River. The National Weather Service says accumulations are not likely, although areas north of Highway 380 could see some snow on the ground.

The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood WATCH, including Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, Denton, and areas northeast, from 12PM Friday to 3AM Saturday. 2-4 inches of rain is forecasted with higher amounts possible.

Stay tuned to DFW Scanner for the latest news and information regarding the severe weather and snow potential. We also recommend you follow Texas Storm Chasers for updated forecasts and weather-specific information.

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