Caught on Camera, Do You Know Him?

The Dallas Police department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the burglary suspect seen in these images taken from the surveillance video. On February 20, 2017, at approximately 9:00 am, the suspect entered the Skyline Place apartment complex laundry room, located at 4700 Wimbelton Way. The suspect destroyed a surveillance camera and then broke into six dryers taking $1,600.00. 


Anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspect is asked to call Detective French of the Dallas Police Department Southeast Investigative Unit at 214-671-0112. This offense is documented on Dallas Police case number 040356-2017.



Critical Missing Person: Ray Lee Washington

Updated February 28, 2017:

Mr. Ray Lee Washington has been located safe and is with his family.


The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the above individual.

On February 17, 2017, Ray Lee Washington was last seen leaving his residence in the 3700 block of Moonstone Drive in Dallas Texas using his motorized wheelchair.  Mr. Washington is described as a B/M/76, 5’ 9”, 170 lbs, with brown eyes and grey hair wearing maroon jacket and blue jeans.  Mr. Washington may be in need of medical assistance. 

If you see this critical missing person, please contact 9-1-1 or the Dallas Police Department at (214) 671-4268. 


McDonald’s African-American Read-In Event

In February, the Dallas Police Department’s Office of Community of Affairs was invited by the Continental Society of Dallas to participate in the McDonald’s African-American Read-In. Every Saturday in February one McDonald’s location hosted this wonderful event.

The goal of these events was to honor African-American authors during Black History Month and to encourage kids to read. College Presidents, Lawyers, Judges, Police Officers, and Librarians were some of the invited guests that read books written by African-American authors to all in attendance.

All of the McDonald’s locations had a great turnout with so many young excited kids having fun and receiving great giveaways such as free books and backpacks. Sgt. Felicia Thornton, Sr. Cpl Eucora Gray, Officer Soo Nam, and Officer Israel Marquez attended 3 of the 4 events hosted by McDonald’s. We look forward to partnering with Continental Society of Dallas and McDonald’s for next year’s African-American Read-In.

A list of date and location of the participating McDonald’s locations:

February 4th : 10320 Lake June Rd, Dallas

February 11th: 5404 Cooper St, Arlington

February 18th: 2575 E. Arkansas Ln, Arlington

February 25th: 8333 S. Lancaster Rd, Dallas




Lending a Helping Hand

On February 7, 2017, Dallas Police Officer Scott Jenkins suffered a massive heart attack at his home.  Emergency responders were dispatched, and paramedics were able to revive Officer Jenkins.  However, his body is weak and will need much rest to fully recover.  Officer Jenkins has spent the last 10 years at the Northeast Patrol Division and is currently assigned to the Bike Unit.  Upon receiving the news of their fellow comrade, officers at the Northeast Division did what they do best…a cookout.

Officers and members of the community joined forces for a fundraising cookout that was held at the Northeast sub-station on Friday, February 24, 2017.   Officers and citizens alike came from all over to participate in this worthy cause.  Citizens who could not participate in the cookout even came to the sub-station to simply drop off donations.  It was a heartfelt occasion that started at 11:00 am and ended once all the food ran out, which was approximately 4:00 pm. 


On February 27, 2017, Major Avery Moore took the money raised from the cookout, along with donations collected by the community and the Dallas Police Association, and presented Officer Jenkins and his wife with over $7000.  Major Moore conveyed to Officer Jenkins, “This money was not only raised by your fellow officers, but by the community as well.  And we all wish you a speedy recovery”.  Officer Jenkins and his wife passionately voiced their gratitude to their brothers and sisters in blue along with the citizens that came together in their time of need.  The Dallas Police Department would also like to express their sincere gratitude to all those who gave of their time and monetary contribution to this worthy cause.




Critical Missing Person Matthew Buerger

buergerThe Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the above individual.

On February 27, 2017, Matthew Buerger was last seen leaving Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, located at the 8200 block of Walnut Hill Lane, Dallas.  Mr. Buerger is described as a W/M/22, 6’ 2”, weighs 170 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes, wearing a Navy Hoodie and blue jeans. Mr. Burerger was last seen on foot and may be a danger to himself or others.

Persons with information are asked to call the Police Department at 911 or (214) 671-4268


Information Sought regarding February 2016 Offenses

Homicide at 3100 Utah Avenue


Victim: Kydell Tremaine Hoye

One year ago, on February 26, 2016, at approximately 4:30 p.m., Kydell Tremaine Hoye, a 22-year-old Black male, was found deceased at 3100 Utah Avenue, Dallas, Texas from apparent gunshot wounds.  Anyone with information regarding this murder or any suspicious persons possibly related to this murder is encouraged to contact Homicide Detective Trujillano, #8874, at 214-671-3625 or  Please refer to report #046868-2016.


Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information called into Crime Stoppers that leads to the arrest and indictment for this felony offense and other felony offenses. Call Crime Stoppers at: (214)373-TIPS, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Capital Murder and Aggravated Robbery at 17479 Marsh Lane.


One year ago, on February 27, 2016, at approximately 6:49 p.m., patrol officers responded to a shooting call at 17470 Marsh Lane. The victim, Alfonso Perez-Suruy, a 28-year-old Latin male, and the second victim, Luis De Leon, a 34-year-old Latin male, left from work (Clean N Go Car Wash) located at 17470 Marsh Lane. The victms were walking eastbound behind the shopping center located at 3419 Trinity Mills Road, directly south of the car wash, when they were approached from behind by two Black male suspects with handguns. The suspects demanded property which resulted in the death of Victim Suruy and the Aggravated Robbery of Victim De Leon.  If anyone has information regarding the Capital Murder and Aggravated Robbery, are encouraged to contact Detective C. Walton, #8479, at Dallas Police Homicide Unit 214-671-3632 or contact Detective Walton via e-mail at  Please refer to report #47890-2016.


Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information called into Crime Stoppers that leads to the arrest and indictment for this felony offense and other felony offenses. Call Crime Stoppers at: (214)373-TIPS, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Press Conference: Shooting at the South Central Patrol Substation

On February 26, 2017, at approximately 5:19 a.m., The Dallas Police South Central Patrol Division, located at 1999 E. Camp Wisdom Road., was targeted in a drive-by shooting.  It appears that the shooter initially directed gunfire at a marked squad car in front of the station that was occupied by an officer assigned to station security.

According to shell casings recovered at the scene, at least 9 shots were fired, with 3 striking the substation. Thankfully, the 3 ½ year veteran officer was not injured in the shooting.

There are 2 suspects in this offense.  At this time we do not know the race, gender or age of these suspects.  The officer reported seeing a dark 2 door vehicle, possibly a late model sports car, fleeing eastbound on E. Camp Wisdom Road. 

An Aggravated Assault on a Public Servant offense has been made and is currently being actively investigated by our Special Investigations Unit. 

We encourage any citizen with information to contact Assaults unit at 214-671-3646, Crime Stoppers or utilize the department’s iWatch app. 

The Dallas Police Department wishes to convey its sincere gratitude to our citizens for their support.  The events of the past two years have predictably, created a challenging work atmosphere for our officers.  However, the men and women of the Dallas Police force know that one consistent truth is that they are supported, honored and loved by the citizens that they serve every day.  With your assistance we can and will bring these individuals to justice.   


Shooting at 9633 Ferris Branch


Update: February 25, 2017 @ 9:20 a.m.

On February 20, 2017, at approximately 3:30 p.m., the victim was shot and killed during the commission of an aggravated robbery by suspect Latwon Latrell Golf, a Black male 18-years-old at 9633 W. Ferris Branch Blvd.  Anyone with information regarding this murder or the whereabouts of Latwon Golf is encouraged to contact Homicide Detective Shelton, #7760, at 214-671-3612 or Please refer to report #040603-2017.

Original Post: February 20, 2017 @ 8:14 p.m.

On February 20, 2017, at approximately 3:33 PM officers responded to a shooting call at 9633 Ferris Branch apartment 318. Upon arrival, officers found a Black female in the parking lot of the apartment complex with a gunshot wound to her leg. She directed officers to apartment 318 and Dallas Fire Rescue transported her to Presbyterian Hospital in good condition. Officers located apartment 318 and found the victim , Jason Ali Edwards B/M/39, deceased in the apartment from gunshot wounds. Dallas Fire Rescue pronounced the victim deceased  at the scene. Homicide, Crime Scene and the DCME’s office responded to the scene. A canvass of the area and witnesses interviewed stated that a silver four door vehicle was seen leaving the complex after the shooting. The witnesses stated that a B/M wearing a black and red jacket was seen leaving the apartment and entering the silver vehicle. A capital murder offense was made on case number 040603-2017. 


DPD’s Pets of the Week – Spice and Missie

DPD’s Pet of the Week is Spice, #A0979424.  Spice is a beautiful large tan dog. She has a great personality and loves bacon dog treats! She has been in the care of Dallas Animal Services since Februay 4, 2017 and her adoption fee is waived. Spice is friendly and currently weighs 59.6 lbs. Spice is heartworm positive.  She has been spayed and will be micro-chipped upon adoption.

This week’s cat is Missie. We are happy to report that Missie has found her Furrever Home! 

Let’s help find Spice her Furrever Home. You can meet her at Dallas Animal Services. Spice is available for adoption at Dallas Animal Services’ main location at 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 Spice and Missie is Officer Susan McClenon who is currently assigned to the Southeast Patrol Division.