Critical Missing – Allen Dion Calloway

Allen Dion Calloway

Allen Dion Calloway

On Sunday, August 25, 2015, at approximately 8:00 a.m., Mr. Allen Dion Calloway walked away from a residence in the neighborhood of 8200 Wes Hodges Road. Mr. Calloway may be forgetful and may seem disoriented if located.  He is described as a White male, 76  years of age, 6’1″ tall, weighing 180 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. 

The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the Mr. Calloway. If you have any information, please call 911 or the Dallas Police Department at (214) 671-4268.

 

Critical Missing – Susan Joan Simms

 

Susan Joan Simms

Susan Joan Simms

On Sunday, August 30, 2015, at approximately 8:00 a.m., Ms. Susan Joan Simms walked away from a residence in the neighborhood of 2700 Mossglen Drive. She is described as a Black female, 79 years of age, 5’6″ tall, weighing 130 pounds, with gray hair and brown eyes. 

The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the Ms. Simms. If you have any information, please call 911 or the Dallas Police Department at (214) 671-4268.

 

 

 

 

Car Burglars Caught on Video Surveillance


 

On August 22, 2015, at approximately 1:00 P.M., officers responded to a burglary of a motor vehicle in the 1300 block of North Buckner Boulevard. Witnesses said they observed two Black male suspects in an unknown white vehicle. They observed one of the suspects enter the victim’s vehicle and take U.S. currency.  It is believed that the suspects may have observed the victim conducting an earlier banking transaction and followed the victim to the offense location. This offense is documented on case number 195055-2015.

The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating suspects that committed this offense.  If anyone has any information regarding the suspects or this offense, please contact Northeast Investigative Detective Winkler at 214-671-0165.

 

Surveillance Camera Catches Burglary Suspect on Video

On August 26 2015, at about 3:00 am the unknown suspect broke the front glass window panel and entered the business located at 12100 N. Stemmons Freeway.  The unknown White male suspect took a computer from the location. The suspect was scared off by the audible alarm from the business and fled on foot. The offense is documented on case number 198102-2015.

If you recognize this suspect or have any information regrading  this offense, please contact Detective Sapon-Amoah of the Northwest Investigative Unit at (214) 670-6037 or (214)-670-6179. 

Murder – 400 S. Zang Boulevard

On August 30, 2015, at approximately 12:02 AM officers responded to a shooting call at 400 S. Zang Boulevard.  The 911 caller, Suspect David Thompson B/M/12-20-1980, stated that he had just shot his wife at his work place because she tried to kill him.  The suspect is a licensed commissioned security officer.  The victim, Blessing Okereke, B/F/1-1-1985, was shot and pronounced deceased by Dallas Fire Rescue in the lobby of the Bank of America Tower.  A Murder offense was made on case number  201340-2015.  For more information please see the attached arrest affidavit.

 

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Officer Involved Shooting at 3600 Penelope Street

UPDATE: 

Update to the officer-involved shooting at 3600 Penelope Street on August 27, 2015.

The deceased subject is:

Bertrand Davis B/M 5-7-1972

The following officer discharged his Taser and his weapon:

P.O. Matthew Terry #8915           W/M     8 years 11 months           Metro

The following officers discharged their Tasers:

Sr. Cpl. Scott Neal #9065               W/M     8 years 5 months              Metro

P.O. Rory Jones #9804                   B/M       30 years 7 months           Southeast Patrol

The following officers were involved in attempting to arrest the subject:

P.O. Tyler Mills #9830                     W/M     6 years 4 months              Southeast CRT

P.O. Joe King #7482                         L/M        18 years 7 months           Southeast CRT

Sr. Cpl. Lucas Flores III #5946       L/M        26 years 7 months           Southeast Patrol

P.O. Bryan Joseph #9479              B/M       7 years 3 months              Southeast Patrol

P.O. Kevin Thomas #10816           B/M       1 year 3 months                Southeast Patrol

P.O. Rachel Rice #10869                W/F       1 year                                    Southeast Patrol

The involved officers have not yet been interviewed. The officer who discharged his weapon has been placed on routine administrative leave per policy.  The investigation is on-going and we anticipate being able to release a more complete account of what occurred in the coming days.

Anyone with additional information about the incident or cell phone video is encouraged to contact the Dallas Police Department’s Special Investigative Unit at 214.671.3584.

ORIGINAL POST DATE : August 27, 2015

On Thursday, August 27, 2015 at approximately 1:30 PM, officers responded to a call regarding a robbery in progress in the 3600 block of Penelope Street. The call sheet officers received indicated that suspect might be armed.  A subsequent call sheet indicated there was also a fire at the location. Dallas Fire Rescue and Dallas Police arrived at the location.

Upon arrival, officers observed the suspect in the corner of a vacant lot near the call location.  Officers approached the suspect to identify him. The officers gave loud verbal commands ordering the suspect to show his hands. The suspect did not comply. The suspect threw some of his personal items at the officers and a struggle ensued.  The suspect then fled from police in an attempt to get in a vehicle.

Additional officers arrived at the scene, at which time a Taser was deployed, striking the suspect. The Taser was ineffective and the suspect continued to resist officers. The struggle continued and the suspect was able to make entry into his vehicle. One of the officers involved in the struggle discharged his weapon, striking the suspect one time.  Emergency medical personnel were called to the scene. The suspect was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced deceased.

This incident remains under investigation.  Per policy, the officer will be placed on routine administrative leave and the Dallas District Attorney’s Office is conducting a concurrent investigation of this incident.  Notification has been made to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Dallas Office.

Notification of next of kin has not been made.

The suspect has an extensive criminal history involving violent crimes and drug possession.

Help Us Identify the Burglary Suspects

The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the suspects from the burglary offense listed below.

On August 22, 2015, at approximately 3:55 p.m., officers responded to a burglary call in the 1800 block of Billie Drive. Upon arrival, officers spoke with the victim who stated that while he was out of his residence three Black male suspects, who appear to be between the ages of 20-30 years old, broke into his home. The victim stated that he had surveillance cameras installed throughout his home and was able to get video of the offense. The video shows the suspects being driven away by an unknown fourth suspect in a dark blue Chevrolet Malibu.

If you have any information regarding this offense, please contact Detective B. Avila at 214-671-0550 or the Southwest Investigative Unit at 214-670-7471.

Officer Naomi Arroyo, #8629: August Officer of the Month

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On today, August 28, 2015, the Dallas Community Police Awards Committee held a luncheon to honor Officer Naomi Arroyo, #8629 as the August Employee of the Month; the luncheon was held at the Aaron Family Jewish Community Center.

Officer Naomi Arroyo hired on with the Dallas Police Department in 2005 and she is currently assigned to the Community Engagement Division, where she works as a teacher in the BITS program (Blue in the School).  BITS is a program that allows uniformed Dallas police officers to teach a curriculum to fourth graders, giving the students a positive interaction with officers, while simultaneously viewing officers as a source of academic information. Through the BITS program, Officer Naomi Arroyo has committed her skills and knowledge by returning to the same neighborhoods in which she grew up and currently resides.  

She is commended for her hard work, and she is a prime example of what it means to give back to her community.  For more information about Officer Arroyo and her award, please see the nomination letter below.

DPD’s Pet of the Week – Shay

Shay - POWDPD’s Pet of the Week is Shay A903995. Shay is a smiling, 1-1/2 year old black Lab. She has been in the care of Dallas Animal Services since August 13, 2015. Her adoption fee is just $85 and includes her spay, vaccination, a microchip, and 30 days free pet health insurance. 

Let’s help find Shay find a Furrever Home. You can meet Shay at Dallas Animal Services. She is available for adoption at Dallas Animal Services main location, 1818 N. Westmoreland, 75212. They are open 11 am to 6:30 pm Monday-Saturday and 12 noon until 5 pm on Sunday. Pictured with Shay is Officer Juan Fernandez who is assigned to the Northwest Patrol Division Neighborhood Policing Unit.