Southwest Catches Violent Suspect

Early this morning, a Southwest patrol officer spotted a 2004 Black Hyundai  traveling down Jefferson Blvd. This vehicle caught the officer’s attention because it matched the description of the vehicle used in several business robberies throughout Dallas. The officer followed the Hyundai into the Quick Trip gas station located at Zang Ave. and  12th Street.  The officer observed the suspect,  later identified as Gregory Lewis, a 25 year-old Black male, walk into the store and called for additional cover officers. As the officer waited in his police vehicle, he received confirmation that Mr. Lewis was indeed the suspect wanted for multiple aggravated robberies. 

Upon the arrival of his cover officers, Mr. Lewis was taken into custody without incident. Mr. Lewis was interviewed by Robbery Detectives and was then transported to Lew Sterrett Jail. Mr. Lewis had just finished serving 4 years within the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for aggravated robbery. Awesome work done by Southwest officers who were able to get a repeat felon off the streets. 

Suspects Arrested for Aggravated Kidnapping

On August 14, 2018 at about 9:30 p.m., officers responded to an Aggravated Kidnapping call in the 4100 block of North Central Service Road and North Carroll Avenue. The victim stated that the known suspect, Concepcion Rosales- Zuniga, observed her inside the Walgreens located at 5001 Ross Avenue.  The suspect grabbed her while inside the Walgreens, brandish and gun in his waist, and forced her to exit.  The suspect forced her into a vehicle in the parking lot of the Walgreens. 

The vehicle was occupied by accomplice, Vincente Parra, who was the driver and accomplice, Celia Jaimes, who was the front passenger. The suspect pushed the victim in the backseat of the vehicle, handed the gun to accomplice Celia Jaimes, who then pointed the gun at the victim. The victim stated suspect Rosales-Zuniga back slapped her in the face multiple times. Witnesses who were waiting inside their car for the victim to come out of the Walgreens, observed the victim being pushed into the vehicle and called for police.   Witnesses followed the suspect vehicle to northbound Central Service Road at Carroll and flagged down officers.  Officers conducted a felony traffic stop and took the suspect and the accomplices in custody. 

The victim, the three suspects and the two witnesses were transported to Dallas Police Headquarters where interviews were performed by detectives.  Suspect Concepcion Rosales-Zuniga, accomplice Vincente Parra and accomplice Celia Jaimes were arrested for Aggravated Kidnapping and transported to Lew Sterrett Jail. This offense has been documented on case number 179678-2018.

ARRESTS MADE: Suspect Sought in Homicide on Humphrey Drive

Updated June 19, 2018 at 2:50 p.m.:

As a result of the investigation, it was determined that Cedric Spikes, an 18-year-old Black male, and a 15-year-old Black male juvenile were responsible for the death of Davieuntay Green.  With the assistance of the US Marshals North Texas Fugitive Task Force and the Dallas Police Gang Unit, Spikes was taken into custody on June 11, 2018 and the juvenile suspect turned himself into police on June 17, 2018.  Both have been charged with murder.    

Cedric Spikes B/M/18


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On June 9, 2018, at approximately 4:05 p.m., Dallas police responded to a shooting call at 3700 Humphrey Drive.  The victim, Davieuntay Green, a black male 18-years-old, was found lying in the street suffering from a gunshot wound.  He was transported to an area hospital where he died from his injuries. 

Anyone with information regarding this shooting is encouraged to contact Detective C. Shelton, #7760 at (214) 671-3612

Arrests Made: Double Homicide at Pueblo Park

Updated June 16, 2018 at 7:45 a.m.:

On June 15, 2018, at approximately 3:40 p.m., suspect Moises Martinez was arrested for his capital murder warrant.  He was transported to Dallas Police Headquarters to be interviewed by detectives.  After being read his Miranda warning, Martinez waived those rights by agreeing to speak with detectives.  During the course of the interview, he admitted his role in the capital murder offense and named an accomplice.  Martinez was placed in jail.  Detectives were also able to establish enough probable cause to secure a capital murder warrant for his accomplice Andres Frausto, a 26-year-old Latin male.   Frausto, who was already in the Dallas County Jail on unrelated charges, will also be charged with capital murder.  His bond amount has been set at $500,000.00  

Andres Frausto L/M/26


Updated June 11, 2018 at 6:40 p.m.:

A capital murder warrant has been obtained for Moises Martinez, a 37-year-old Latin male.  Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of the suspect is encouraged to contact Detective Sayers, #7157 at 214-283-4849 or

Moises Martinez L/M/37

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.

Updated May 16, 2018 at 5:20 PM:

The names of the two individuals found deceased in the trunk of a late model Cadillac has been identified as Robert Diaz III, 28yrs old and Jacob Collard 20 yrs old.  Next of kin has been notified.  This is being investigated on case #103216-2018.

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On May 15, 2018, at approximately 11:47 a.m., City Park employees were working at the Pueblo Park located in the 500 block of Pueblo Street when they discovered a late model black Cadillac ATS that exhibited evidence that led them to believe that a crime may have occurred. Dallas Fire Rescue arrived on scene and conducted a welfare check of the vehicle and located two deceased individuals inside the trunk. Homicide Detectives were notified and is currently working this incident as a Double Murder.  This incident remains under investigation and is reported on case number 103216-2018.

Homicide with an Arrest on W. Davis Street

On May 18, 2018, at approximately 2:15 a.m., video surveillance captured a disturbance between the victim, a white male 32-years-old and an unidentified Latin male driving a dark colored Chevrolet Tahoe at 3230 W. Davis Street.  The unidentified Latin male shot the victim and fled in the suspect vehicle.  The victim, whose name is being withheld pending next of kin notification, was transported to an area hospital where he died from his injuries. 

At approximately 4:20 p.m., detectives observed the suspect, Miguel Camacho-Pineda, a Latin male 40-years-old, driving the suspect vehicle in close proximity to the offense.  The vehicle was stopped and the suspect was detained.  The suspect voluntarily agreed to be transported to Dallas Police Headquarters where he was interviewed by detectives.  Camacho-Pineda was read his Miranda Rights and voluntarily waived those rights by agreeing to speak with detectives.   During the course of the interview, he admitted his role in the offense and confessed to shooting the victim.  He has been arrested and placed in Lew Sterrett Jail for murder.  His bond is set at $250,000.00.

ARREST MADE: Information Needed in Homicide Investigation – 4150 North Central Expressway


Fox 4 News and many concerned citizens assisted in helping Detective White identify Michael Ryan Warner, a 37-year-old White male, as the person responsible for shooting Francisco Munoz Jr.  With the assistance of the Dallas Fugitive Unit and the U.S. Marshal North Texas Fugitive Task Force, Warner was located and  arrested in Bedford, Texas.  He was read his Miranda rights and requested to remain silent.  He was placed in jail for the murder of Francisco Munoz Jr.  His bond is set at $200,000.00. 

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The Dallas Police Homicide Unit is seeking assistance in identifying the suspect in this video armed with a handgun.

On March 10, 2018 at approximately 10:54 p.m., Dallas police were called to the Best Western Cityplace Inn located at 4150 North Central Expressway regarding an active shooter.  The victim, Francisco Munoz, a Latin male 22-years-old was found shot in the parking lot.  He was transported to an area hospital where he died from his injuries.  

Anyone with information regarding his identity is encouraged to contact Detective White, #7682 at 214-671-3690 or  Please refer to case #051414-2018. 

Chalk Hill Road Homicide Investigation – Arrest Made

On November 19, 2017, Dallas police responded to a shooting call at 2117 Chalk Hill Road at approximately 7:34 p.m. Upon officers arrival they discovered the victim, Miguel Martinez, L/M 58-years old suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to a local hospital where he later died from his injuries. The suspect was later captured in Irving by the Irving Police Department. The suspect was transported to Dallas Police Homicide Unit where he was questioned by homicide detectives and placed under arrest for murder.

The suspect, Jose Alex Juarez, L/M 27 was transported to Dallas County Jail with a bond of $500,000.00(see posted affidavit)



Capital Murder Suspects Arrested

On March 10, 2017, at approximately 11:39 p.m., Dallas officers responded to the death of Lisa Saenz at 200 Santa Fe Avenue.  The victim was discovered in the Trinity River deceased from multiple gunshot wounds.  During the course of the investigation, it was discovered that Kevin Kidd, a Black male 28-years-old; Emmanuel Kilpatrick, a Black male 31-years-old; and Jermon Simmons, a Black male 35-years-old were responsible for her death.  Kidd, Kilpatrick and Simmons have all been arrested and placed in jail for Capital Murder with a $1,000,000 bond.



“Operation Perseus”


The Dallas Police Department North Texas Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force, in partnership with Mesquite PD, Garland PD, and Grand Prairie PD, conducted Operation Perseus from August 28th through September 1st. The goal of this multi-agency operation was to leverage the resources of the North Texas ICAC Task Force to target individuals in the Dallas metropolitan area who use the Internet to sexually exploit children through online solicitation, child pornography, and Internet sex trafficking of minors. 

The Command Center for Operation Perseus was the Dallas Police Department’s ICAC Task Force office with twenty-two (22) participating local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. There were sixty-five (65) investigative personnel assigned to the operation to execute search warrants, file criminal cases, and arrest suspects.

The collaborative operation was a tremendous success which resulted in twenty-eight (28) arrests, execution of twenty-six (26) search warrants, two (2) pending arrests, and six (6) ongoing cases which are anticipated to result in arrests. 

The success of “Operation Perseus” serves as a clear message that the Internet is a hostile environment for those who are looking to harm or exploit children in the North Texas Region.   

Operational Accomplishments

26        Search Warrants Executed         

28        Arrests

  • 20 Possession of Child Pornography
  • 6 Prostitution/Trafficking of Minor
  • 1 Online Solicitation of a Minor
  • 1 Sexual Performance by a Child

   1        Victim Identified

Participating law enforcement agencies:

Dallas Police Department                                                 Lubbock Police Department

Dallas FBI                                                                        Fort Worth Police Department

Garland Police Department                                             Hood County District Attorney Office

Mesquite Police Department                                           Keller Police Department

Lancaster Police Department                                          Dallas ATF

Grand Prairie Police Department                                   Wylie Police Department

Irving Police Department                                                Collin County Sheriffs Office

United States Postal Inspection Service                        Seagoville Police Department

Texas Department of Public Safety                                Arlington Police Department

Cedar Hill Police Department                                         Naval Criminal Investigative Service

Mansfield Police Department                                         Desoto Police Department


Suspect Arrested for Murder on Kleberg Road

On August 3, 2017, Dallas Police responded to a call regarding an individual hearing gunshots from 14830 Kleberg Road.  Officers arrived and found evidence that a crime had been committed.  After speaking with several witnesses, it was determined that the victim, Raymond Stewart, a 50-year-old White male, died from homicidal violence.  During the course of the investigation, it was determined that LaDaryl Fisher, a 32-year-old Black male, was responsible for Stewart’s death.  Fisher was read his Miranda warning and agreed to speak with detectives.  Fisher was arrested and placed in jail for murder.  His bond has been set at  $500,000.00