On October 30, 2014, at approximately 11:00 p.m., Southeast Officer Lookenbill and Officer Dallatorre, assigned to the Crime Reduction Team, responded to a shooting call at 1200 S. Buckner Boulevard. Upon arrival, Officer Lookenbill observed the complainant, Mr. Joseph Garcia, lying on the ground with a gunshot wound to his left leg.
As Officer Lookenbill approached, he could see blood spurting from Mr. Garcia’s leg in a manner consistent with an arterial bleed. Officer Lookenbill immediately put on his gloves and retrieved his tourniquet. Officer Lookenbill then placed the tourniquet on Mr. Garcia’s left leg and cinched it down until it stopped the bleeding. Dallas Fire & Rescue paramedics arrived and immediately transported Mr. Garcia to Baylor Hospital where he was rushed into emergency surgery.
The Dallas Fire and Rescue paramedics stated that Officer Lookenbill’s quick thinking by applying the tourniquet saved Mr. Garcia’s life. They were impressed by Officer Lookenbill’s first aid technique and said without his help Mr. Garcia would have been deceased prior to arriving at Baylor Hospital.
The doctor who performed the surgery said that the application of the tourniquet to Mr. Garcia’s leg to stop the blood loss was the contributing factor in the preservation of his life.
This exceptional work done by Officer Lookenbill exemplifies his dedication and willingness to go above and beyond his call of duty as a Dallas Police Officer. Kudos to Officer Lookenbill.
On October 27, 2014 at approximately 9:50 AM., Southwest Patrol Officers Senior Corporal H. Ebsen, #3717, J. Garcia, #8743 and N. Hunt, #7048 were dispatched on a Suspicious Person call to 6000 Challendon Lane, regarding three males walking in the alley. Senior Corporal Ebsen located the suspects as described by the caller in the alley and detained them. The males appeared to have several large items stuffed into their pants and pockets. To ensure that the suspects were not concealing weapons, the items were removed, and the officers found television remote controls, game boy games and system components, electrical power cords and other items. When asked what was going on, the males did not respond.
Additional officers arrived, and believing a burglary may of occurred, started walking the alley from the direction the males were seen coming from. The officers found that a rear gate of a residence had been torn from its hinges. Checking the residence, the officers found three flat screen televisions, a shotgun and other items lying in the backyard. The residence rear door was open from apparent physical force. The officers were able to contact the homeowner. The complainant advised that she had left her home earlier, did not know the males, nor had she given them permission to enter her residence or remove property. Released back to the complainant was $3,230 worth of stolen property.
The suspects were taken to the Southwest Investigative Unit where one suspect gave a formal confession to Detective C. Ridley, #5321. One arrestee was filed on as an Impact Offender due to his 6 prior felony convictions, 5 of which were Burglary of Habitation, and had an active parole violation warrant. A second arrestee had one prior Burglary of Habitation conviction. This is an example of exceptional police work and we are extremely proud of their diligence. The case they provided made for a very strong prosecution case and removed two career criminals from the street as well as a rookie burglar.
This incident was documented under case number 258523-2014.
On October 30, 2014 at approximately 9:30 pm, the complainant, Damion Winfield B/M/25 and suspect, Jim Durant Robinson B/M/44 were involved in an altercation at the 2700 block of N. Buckner Boulevard. The complainant suffered a gunshot wound to his torso and died from his injuries. Suspect Robinson is in custody and has been charged with murder. Next of Kin notification has been made.
This incident is documented under case number 261530-2014. Please see the probable cause affidavit below for further information.
UPDATE: The deceased Latin male in the below incident has been identified as Mike Angel Carmillio DOB:9-17-78. Next of kin notification has been made.
On October 28, 2014, at about 7:20 pm, patrol officers responded to a shooting call at the Aldi Grocery Store located at 3128 Forest Lane. A husband and wife were walking out of the store when a Latin male suddenly approached the woman and grabbed a gold necklace off her neck. The individual then knocked the woman to the ground in an attempt to rob her. The woman’s husband was carrying a concealed handgun and fired multiple shots at the Latin male, striking him as he was attempting to get away in his nearby vehicle. The Latin male entered his vehicle and attempted to flee before succumbing to his injuries. The vehicle then collided with a parked motor vehicle.
The husband possesses a valid concealed handgun license and was in fear for his and his wife’s lives at the time of the robbery/shooting. Homicide detectives responded to the location and have interviewed the husband, his wife and witnesses and all corroborate that this shooting was in self-defense. The husband, Ronnie Lummus 71, was released on his own recognizance and a Grand Jury Referral will be made on case #259806-2014. The Latin male, who was 36 years old, has tentatively been identified, but his name will not be released because Next of Kin has not been notified.
Chief David O. Brown and the Dallas Police Department will be hosting Chief on the Beat on Lamar at the Jack Evans Headquarters on Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 10:00AM to 2:00PM. We invite the entire community to come out and join the fun!
Sex Offender Registration Squad with CAPERS Command Staff
On February 2005, the Texas Attorney General’s Office passed a new legislation requiring all convicted sex offenders since 1970 to submit a DNA sample to the state. But this retroactive law allowed many offenders to slip by because they had not had further contact with law enforcement. Recognizing that this hole in the system would allow sexual assault cold cases to remain unsolved, the Dallas Police Sex Offender Registration (SOR) Squad took initiative to have both their officers and the Sex Offender Apprehension Program (SOAP) detectives properly trained to obtain buccal swab from offenders in order to submit to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
In the summer of 2013, SOAP conducted a city-wide DNA sweep to collect DNA samples from sex offenders who were not already listed in the CODIS DNA Database. Since then, DPD SOR and SOAP continues to screen all reporting sex offenders to keep the CODIS system updated.
On September 16, 2014, a DNA sample collected by the DPD SOR Squad matched an unknown DNA profile collected from a 2008 unsolved sexual assault case investigated by the Ft. Worth Police Department. This was the first CODIS match resulting from their collection efforts.
On October 27, 2014, as a result of their efforts, the Dallas Police Sex Offender Registration Squad was presented with a Certificate of Recognition from the Texas Department of Public Safety Crimes Laboratory Service for ensuring sex offender compliance and providing a vital role in the continued success of the Texas DPS program. The Dallas Police Department is the largest police department in the state working directly with the CODIS lab on sex offender DNA. The Dallas Police Sex Offender Registration Squad is the first SOR squad to be honored by CODIS for its collection efforts.
Update: Critical Missing Evelyn Annett Davis has been safely located.
Evelyn Annett Davis
Height: 5’06” Weight:200 Lbs
Hair: Blonde Eye: Blue
The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the individual above.
On Monday, 10/27/2014, Mrs. Davis was last seen around 7AM on foot around the area of 2500 Fort Worth Ave. Mrs. Davis suffers from dementia, is hearing impaired, and may appear to be disoriented. She was last seen wearing gray pajamas with white stripes on the shirt, and clear sandals with black soles.
If you see this person, please contact 9-1-1 or the Dallas Police Department at (214) 671-4268.
The Dallas Police Department is committed to keeping our citizens and our officers safe. Because the protection of human life is our primary goal, we have taken the necessary measurements to ensure that our officers are equipped with the appropriate tools and technology in order to carry out their duties in the safest and most effective manner for all parties involved. We are in the process of providing our officers with the smarter innovative Taser X26P and body worn cameras. The Dallas Police Department is also committed to being transparent and informative by providing insight into police work. With this, we are establishing the Officer Involved Shooting webpage to provide summaries and statistics on pertinent incidents. Through this establishment of trust, we aim to strengthen the community’s understanding of what our officers encounter, and thus strengthen our relationship with the public.
On October 25, 2014, at approximately 10:53 p.m., Homicide Detectives responded to 11000 Amanda Lane. The victim, Brenda Gomez-Llanes, L/F/27, was found deceased at the location. The victim was leaving a gathering when she was shot and killed by arrestee Nohel Fransisco-Sanchez, L/M/37. Fransisco-Sanchez was taken into custody at the scene. Fransisco-Sanchez was interviewed at Dallas Police Headquarters by Homicide Detectives. As a result of investigation and interview, Fransisco-Sanchez was charged with murder and placed in jail.
On October 24, 2014, at approximately 8:30 a.m. officers responded to a stabbing call at 400 N. Walton Walker Boulevard. The victim, Marietta Shaw, B/F/24, was found deceased inside her apartment with several stab wounds. A separate cutting call was made to Dallas Police at another location. The victim’s boyfriend, Quavize Jones B/M/28 was found at this location with cuts to his hands. After receiving medical treatment, Jones was interviewed at Dallas Police Headquarters by Homicide Detectives. As a result of this interview, Jones has been charged with murder and placed in jail on a $500,000 bond.
For more details about this incident, please see the Probable Cause Affadavit below:
SIGNED PCA – 418 S Walton Walker Blvd