Update: July 16, 2020
On January 24, 2020, at approximately 3:10 a.m., Dallas police responded to a shooting at 2100 N Pearl Street near Klyde Warren Park. The complainant, a 30-year-old Hispanic female, was shot multiple times as she sat in the front passenger seat stopped at the red light. The complainant’s fiancé who was driving realized she had been shot and called police. Officers and paramedics arrived, and the complainant was transported to a nearby hospital. Assault detectives responded to the scene. Through the course of the investigation, detectives were able to gather video footage of the offense and obtain the state of Iowa vehicle license plate registration on the suspect vehicles. The suspect vehicle, a black Ford Edge, can be seen on the video slowly driving off from the scene while being closely followed by a black Chevrolet Equinox. Video Evidence from local businesses further showed the suspects outside of the vehicle prior to the shooting and showed the suspect vehicles fleeing northbound on the Dallas North Tollway immediately after the shooting.
Detectives obtained over 30 search warrants and subpoenas during the investigation and were able to identify seven suspects involved in the offense. These suspects have an extensive criminal history and should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS:
- Darrell Anthony Rice (B/M/26) of Iowa. (In Custody)
- Terrance Donnell Harris (B/M/28) of Illinois. (In Custody)
- Lindsey Nicole Berhenke (W/F/27) of Illinois. (In Custody)
- Lamonta Omar Payne (B/M/32) of Iowa. (In Custody)
- Kayla Jean Hobert (W/F/29) of Iowa. (In Custody)
- Gregory Lionel Carter Jr (B/M/29) of Iowa. (At Large)
- Ashley Marie Allison (W/F/25) of Iowa. (At Large)
The evidence and statements obtained revealed the suspects came to North Texas on January 23, 2020, and allegedly intended to be involved in prostitution while in Texas. The suspects then plotted to rob the complainants during the early morning hours of January 24, 2020, as they planned to set up the complainants near a business on McKinney Avenue.
The Dallas Police Assaults Unit worked in collaboration with the Davenport Major Crimes Unit and Gun Investigations Unit, Iowa State Patrol, Wapello County Sheriff’s Office, the Rock Island Police Department, East Moline Police Department, Illinois Secretary of State Police, and the Kansas State Highway Patrol. The Dallas Police Department is grateful for the assistance of these agencies throughout the investigation.
On May 13, 2020, 14 arrest warrants were obtained, each suspect was charged with Aggravated Assault – Discharging a Firearm into an occupied house or vehicle, a 1st-degree felony, and Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, a 2nd-degree felony.
Update: January 31, 2020
Please see the following videos regarding this offense.
Video one shows the person of interest vehicles next to the complainant vehicle as they are stopped at a light. The vehicle that shoots at the victims is the second vehicle that pulls into the far right lane. The vehicle in the far left lane is also a vehicle that has persons of interest that may be involved in this offense.
Video two shows the person of interest at a second location prior to the offense occurring. According to the video there shows to be three possible persons of interest.
Original Post: January 29, 2020 at 10:30 p.m
On January 24, 2020, at about 3:10 a.m., Dallas police officers responded to a shooting call at the 2200 block of N Pearl Street. When officers arrived, they located multiple victims who stated that they were shot at while at the traffic light. One of the victims was struck multiple times by gunfire. The persons of interest were seen in the area of McKinney Avenue prior to the offense occurring.
Persons of Interest
#1 White Female with blonde hair, wearing gray jogging pants, black long sleeve top, with white shoes.
#2 Black male with long black hair in a bun, wearing dark colored top, with pajama-like pants, an large slippers.
#3 Black male with long braided hair in a pony tail, wearing a white t-shirt, dark colored pants.
Vehicles of Interest
Black Chevrolet Equinox with a roof rack
Black Ford Edge with a small spoiler in back
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