On September 8, 2015 at about 3:00 a.m., two suspects pried open the rear door of the Buckner Gold and Silver business. The suspects disconnected the alarm system from the wall and then began to empty shelves of jewelry into a large plastic trash can they found at the location. The suspects are seen on video examining the business’ safe before they exit through the rear door with the stolen jewelry. This offense is documented on case number 208684-2015.
The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in this offense. If you have information that can help solve this crime, please contact the Crime Stoppers Tip line at 214-373-TIPS (8477).
Update: As of Friday, October 9, 2015, at 1:58 p.m., Mr. Dwight Eugene Netterville returned home and is safe.
The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Mr. Dwight Eugene Netterville. Mr. Netterville is a 62-year-old Black male, last seen Friday, October 9, 2015, at about 4:00 a.m., in the 2800 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Mr. Netterville has brown eyes, gray hair and is 5’8”, 162 pounds and has surgical scars on his head. He was last seen wearing a white shirt, Khaki pants, and house shoes. Mr. Netterville suffers from dementia and takes regular medication for Schizophrenia and seizures.
If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Mr. Dwight Eugene Netterville, please contact 9-1-1 or the Dallas Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit at (214) 671-4268. This incident is documented on case number 234375-2015.
On October 9, 2015, at about 12:55 a.m., a green two-door sedan, with a cracked rear window and occupied by one male, entered the drive-thru placed an order at the Burger King restaurant located at 2177 E. Ledbetter Drive. After placing the order, the driver of the vehicle, later identified as Donte Bass-Hudspeth, Black male 9-13-1995, pulled forward to the drive-thru window. When the employee opened the drive-thru window to complete the order, a second male, later identified as Donald Hughes (B/M 9-22-1996), who had been hiding against the wall outside the window, jumped through the window and entered the store. This second suspect produced a gun, struck the employee in the head with the gun, and demanded money from the register. The employee opened the register and surrendered the cash. The second male later jumped back through the drive-thru window and got into the green two door car with the other suspect. Both males fled the location in the green two-door sedan.
Moments later, South Central patrol officers located the green two-door sedan with a cracked rear window in the 300 block of East Ledbetter drive and conducted a traffic stop. While standing outside the suspect vehicle, officers observed, in plain view, a gun and clothing in the rear seat. The clothing in the rear seat matched the suspect clothing description provided by the Burger King employee. Both suspects were arrested. The cash that was stolen in the offense was recovered from Hughes’ pocket. During interviews, Hughes admitted to his role in the offense and implicated Bass-Hudspeth as his accomplice and get-away driver. Both have been charged with Aggravated Robbery, a 1st degree Felony.
On September 17, 2015, Senior Corporal Mark Gonzales, #8348, responded to a burglary of a residence call, and unbeknownst to him, that call would have a tremendous impact on an abandoned young man’s life.
After Senior Corporal Gonzales arrived and began his investigation, he determined that the home was abandoned, no property had been taken, and the home showed no signs of a forced entry. As Senior Corporal Gonzales surveyed the area, he came across 21 year-old Chris Nwosu, who explained that his family kicked him out of his home and that he had nowhere to go. At that point, Senior Corporal Gonzales’ compassion took over and he immediately consoled the young man and began looking for a place that could assist him. Mr. Nwosu, moved to tears by Gonzales’ kindness and sincerity, asked, “Why are you helping me?” Gonzales simply replied, “Because that’s what we are here for.” Senior Corporal Gonzales took Mr. Nwosu to the Life Foundation where he enrolled in a six-month program that enables the homeless by providing platforms that develop life skills and assists in finding job’s; the foundation also offers food and shelter. Senior Corporal Mark Gonzales went above and beyond the normal duties of an officer to comfort a scared and helpless young man who had nowhere to turn.
The Dallas Police Department is thankful to have officers of Senior Corporal Gonzales’ caliber serving and protecting the citizens of Dallas.
DPD’s Pet of the Week is Snow White A909380. Snow White is a 3-year- old white Great Pyrenees who has been in the care of Dallas Animal Services since September 24, 2015. This pretty lady is friendly and weighs 65 lbs. Snow White’s adoption fee is waived. She is spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped.
This week’s cat is Potter! Potter is a 5-year- old brown tabby and white Domestic Shorthair. He’s been in the care of Dallas Animal Services since September 16, 2015. His adoption fee is $20.00 and he is neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. His ID# is A908644.
Let’s help find Snow White and Potter a Furrever Home. You can meet them both at Dallas Animal Services. They are 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 Snow White and Potter is Senior Corporal Jennifer Mamola who is assigned to Blue in the School.
Dallas PD Round Table Talk is a conversational mini series that goes beyond the surface and probes into the lives of Dallas police officers. This sequence of videos is an outlet for officers to explore various topics directly and indirectly related to the Dallas Police Department. Watch the video below for the first installment of Dallas PD Round Table Talk, featuring Officer Daphne Looney-Lanier, as she shares her story about how she won her battle against breast cancer.
On October 2, 2015, the victim was walking on the third level of the Nordstrom parking garage at the Galleria Mall when she was approached by an unknown Black male suspect. The suspect approached the victim and asked her if she lost her credit cards while he held three unknown cards in his hand. The suspect then demanded the victim’s purse and tried to pull it from her arm. The victim and suspect briefly struggled over the purse. The suspect was able to get away with the victim’s purse and fled the location in a small, white vehicle.
If you have any information about this offense, please contact Detective Bishop with the North Central Investigative Unit at (214) 670-7240.
On Saturday, October 3, 2015, at around 3:00 p.m., a 13-year-old female was walking near the 6700 block of Oleta Drive and the 100 block of Woodmont Drive, when an unknown Hispanic male suspect driving a dark green vehicle approached her. The suspect exited the vehicle and attempted to grab the victim by the arm but she was able to flee.
The suspect is approximately 6’00″ tall and weighing about approximately 250 pounds. He is bald and was wearing a white v- neck shirt, blue jeans, and black, red, and white Jordan Retro 13 shoes.
The suspect vehicle is described as a 2-door, dark green car with cloth seats and had a religious cross hanging from the rear view mirror. This offense is documented on case number 229534-2015.
Anyone with information regarding this offense should contact Detective Clark with the Child Exploitation Unit at (214) 671-4301.
On October 8, 2015, at approximately 7:30 a.m., off – duty Dallas Police Officer Christopher Berry, #10668, was in full police uniform traveling to an off- duty job when he stopped at the Joy Donut shop located at 3502 Simpson Stuart Road. Officer Berry parked but before exiting his vehicle he observed two males, both wearing black wool hoods pulled over their faces and white socks pulled over their hands, hiding at the edge of the building and peering into the donut shop.
Suspecting that a robbery was about to occur, Officer Berry remained in his vehicle and observed both suspects enter the business. One suspect stole one cash register from the counter while the second suspect attempted to steal the second register from the counter. The owner of the business intervened to prevent the second suspect from stealing the second cash register. A struggle over the cash register ensued during which the second suspect assaulted the business owner.
While the suspects were inside the business, Officer Berry moved to a tactically safe position behind his vehicle and continued to observe the offense. When the suspects fled out of the front door of the business, Officer Berry made his presence known by giving the loud verbal command “Dallas Police stop”. One suspect continued fleeing with a cash register and is at large. The second suspect obeyed officer Berry’s commands and was arrested.
The stolen cash register was recovered in a nearby field. Neither suspect produced a weapon during this offense. No weapons were recovered from the arrested person or at the offense location.
The arrested person is Kristopher Jones, Black male, 5-15-1997. The second suspect is described as a Black male, unknown age, 5’9” tall, weighing150 lbs., wearing a black shirt, dark pants, and wool hood pulled over his face and white socks pulled over his hands. This offense is documented on case number 233505-2015.
Anyone with information as to the identity of the second suspect or additional information related to this offense should contact Detective Butler at 214.671.3584. You may also submit tips via the iWatch Dallas app on your smartphone anonymously or to Crime Stoppers at 1-877-373-TIPS (8477).