The Dallas Police Department’s Northeast Patrol Division is recognized city-wide as the Crime Watch Capital of the World. On April 18, 2017, this proud patrol division hosted its Fourth Annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony for it’s great community.
The Annual Volunteer Recognition event has grown so much over the years that it was moved to a larger venue for 2017. In 2016, “The Taste of Northeast” was added to the recognition ceremony. The Taste of Northeast is a group of restaurants in the northeast area that come together to offer a taste of their food to the public for FREE. It is anticipated that 20 restaurants will take part in the event. The ceremony averages about 200 citizens each year, which includes over 40 neighborhoods and apartment communities within the Northeast Patrol Division. We all come together to support safer communities and promote productive relationships between the Dallas Police Department and the communities we serve. During the event, the “Volunteer of the Year, VIP (Volunteer of the Year) of the Year, VIP Group of the Year, Multi-Family Person of the Year, and HOA/ Crime Watch Group of the Year” were recognized and each were presented with an award. All recipients were nominated by their peers, and the winners were decided by a committee of citizens and police officers.
Ten companies and individuals from the area were also recognized with a Certificate of Appreciation for their support. According to Police Officer Bervin Smith, “The night is dedicated to honoring and recognizing those citizens from The Northeast Division who volunteer in the community and make us who we are…… THE CRIME WATCH CAPITAL of the WORLD.”
Monday is America’s birthday and like any other birthday, this is a celebratory time. This weekend there will be various activities and festivities, and while we want you to enjoy this weekend with your friends and family; we ask that if you indulge in alcoholic beverages, do not operate a vehicle. This weekend is one of the deadliest weekends for accidents regarding drinking and driving, so we ask that if you drink, be careful and designate a sober driver. The Dallas Police Department will conduct a No-Refusal DWI Initiative for the Independence Day holiday weekend, beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, July 1st, and concluding on Tuesday, July 5th , 2016 at 6 a.m.
There are several things to do this weekend; drinking and driving should not be one of them. Happy Fourth of July.
Last year marked an unprecedented 12 consecutive year of crime reduction in the City of Dallas. The men and women of the Dallas Police Department worked tirelessly to achieve this milestone and will continue to do so in order to make Dallas the safest city in the country.
The Dallas Police Department is launching a Violent Crime Task Force to reduce the increase in violent crimes. The initial five areas have been identified through crime analysis as the focus for this effort. However, we will continue to identify other areas and re-adjust our resources as needed. The following are the first areas that have been identified:
- Forest Audelia
- Five Points
- Ross Bennett
- Hampton Ledbetter
- Hatcher Scyene (to include Julius Schepps Central and Central CF Hawn)
On March 2, 2016, Deputy Chief Paul Stokes will head up the Task Force of 170 sworn officers and supervisors from SWAT, Metro Task Force, Gang Unit, and Narcotics.
On Friday, February 26, 2016 at approximately 10:55 a.m., Dallas Police received a Missing Person call at 3107 Utah Avenue, regarding Kydell Hoye B/M 22, who had not been seen or heard from in two days. A Want to Locate Report was completed over the phone on case number 046692-2016.
Later on Friday, February 26, 2016, at approximately 4:21 p.m., Dallas Police Officers responded to a call at 3107 Utah Ave. Upon Officers arrival, they observed the victim, Mr. Hoye, with multiple gunshot wounds deceased on the side of his residence at 3107 Utah Avenue.
The Dallas Police Department is asking that anyone with information about this murder contact the Homicide Unit at 214-671-3661. If you wish to remain anonymous you may call Crime Stoppers at (214) 373 –TIPS.
On Saturday, February 27, 2016, at approximately 6:45 p.m., Dallas Police Officers responded to a shooting call at 17470 Marsh Lane. The victims, Alfonso Perez-Suruy L/M 28 and Luis De Leon L/M 34 had just gotten off work at a nearby car wash and were walking eastbound on Marsh Lane behind the shopping center, when they were approached from behind by 2 black males, one who was armed with a handgun. The suspects demanded property from the victims at gunpoint. The suspect with the gun took property from Mr. De Leon while the other suspect attempted to take property from Mr. Perez-Surry. When Mr. Prerz-Suruy attempted to protect his property, the suspect holding the gun turned it on Mr. Perez-Suruy and shot him. Mr. Perez-Suruy was transported to Presbyterian Hospital where he was later pronounced deceased.
The Dallas Police Department is asking that anyone with information about these offenses contact the Homicide Unit at 214-671-3661. If you wish to remain anonymous you may call Crime Stoppers at (214) 373 –TIPS.
On Sunday, February 21, 2016 at about 4:55 a.m., two (2) hooded/gloved suspects pried the rear door to the Church’s Chicken, located at 4656 Scyene Road. The two suspects entered location and attempted to pry open the safe. The suspects were unsuccessful and fled the location. Major Crimes responded to the location to investigate the scene. This offense is documented on case #042258-2016 and the investigation is on-going.
Below is video surveillance of one of the suspects who can be seen on video looking into the camera. This suspect’s face is visible. The Dallas Police Department requests the public’s assistance. If you have information that can assist in solving this case or identifying these suspects, contact Crime Stoppers at 214-373-TIPS (8477).
Update: Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for any information leading to an arrest in this offense.
On December 17, 2015, at approximately 6:30 a.m., an unknown suspect broke into a residence in the 10300 block of Pondwood and removed a wedding ring and cash. The homeowner was inside the residence when this offense was committed. The suspect kicked in the front door setting the alarm off. The homeowner heard the alarm and locked herself into the bathroom and called 911. The suspect returned five minutes later and reentered the home. The homeowner fired one shot at the suspect from inside her locked bathroom. Surveillance video captured images of the suspect. This burglary offense is documented on case number 292653-2015.
On December 25, 2015, at approximately 12:30 a.m., an unknown suspect entered through an unlocked sliding glass door at the rear of a house located in the 700 block of Pleasant Woods. The homeowners were also home at the time this offense was committed. The suspect entered and exited the home multiple times with the homeowner’s property without the homeowners knowledge. Surveillance video captured images of the suspect. This offense is documented on case number 300217-2015.
The Dallas Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying this suspect. If anyone has information on these burglaries or know the identity of this suspect, please contact Detective Lucy Barnett at 214-671-0115 or Detective Don Randle at 214-671-0128 of the Southeast Investigative Unit.
On December 4, 2015, at around 4:20 A.M, an unknown white or latin male suspect wearing a ski mask entered an apartment residence, through an unlocked window, in the 14000 block of Brookgreen Drive.
Once in the apartment, the suspect exposed himself and touched a 9 year old female victim. The child screamed and the suspect escaped out the window.
The suspect is described as a skinny, possibly Hispanic or white male, wearing a black, long-sleeved shirt, with a green t-shirt over the long sleeve shirt, a black beanie, and a black ski mask covering his face. The offense was witnessed by other children in the room. This offense is reported on Case number 281376-2015.
Anyone having additional information on this offense should contact Detective L. Roach with the Child Exploitation Unit at 214-671-4207.
The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance to help identify two burglary suspects.
On Tuesday, December 1, 2015, at approximately 5 p.m., two Latin male suspects, both between 20 – 30 years old, entered the victim’s garage in the 700 block of Windomere Avenue and took property without permission. The suspects left the location in a white Chevrolet Avalanche. See the video below and if you have any information regarding the identity of these suspects, please contact Detective Avila at the Southwest Investigative Unit at (214) 671-0550.
On October 28, 2015, Northwest Patrol Division Neighborhood Police Officer (NPO) Brian Nolff reported to the Sergeant Roger Rudloff, the evenings Northwest Patrol Division Deployment sergeant, that the Home Depot, locate at 6110 Lemmon Avenue had been experiencing a rash of nightly thefts by the same suspects. The value of property that the suspects managed to take totaled in the thousands. For the next two nights, Sgt. Rudloff and three of his Deployment officers, J. Eggleston, E. Masonheimer, and T. Peterson conducted surveillance on the business.
On October 30, 2015 the deployment officers observed the three suspects in the act of committing yet another theft at the location. The three suspects were quickly arrested and taken into custody.
The manager at Home Depot sent our Northwest officers the following message:
“Great thanks to you and your team for such a swift response. We knew the Dallas Police Department would look into the situation, but this truly exceeded all of our expectations. Again, on behalf of our store and our company, many thanks!”
Many thanks to Officer Nolff for bringing this information to the Northwest Division Deployment Unit, and to many thanks to the Northwest Deployment team for the expeditious response and resolution.
Great job done by all the officers involved!