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!
The Dallas Police Department is aware that the public is receiving phone calls from suspects who pose as Dallas Police Officers. Suspects accuse the citizen of missing a required court date or jury duty and demand the citizen obtain pre-paid cards and give the card number to the suspect or face immediate arrest.
These calls can be alarming and are meant to intimidate the citizen to the point that they don’t realize it is a scam until it’s too late.
If you get one of these calls, hang up:
- The Dallas Police Department would never call or email you to demand payment for a fine you have never previously received a letter about.
- The Dallas Police Department would never demand that you wire them money or pay using a specific prepaid card.
- Never give out private information (your Social Security Number or account numbers) to any person who calls you.
If you are a victim of this crime, please contact the Dallas Police Department’s Financial Crimes Unit at (214) 671-3517
The Dallas Police Department will conduct a No-Refusal DWI Initiative for the Labor Day weekend holiday beginning 6:00 P.M., Friday, September 4, 2015 and will conclude at 6:00 A.M., Tuesday, September 8, 2015.
During this initiative, officers will secure a search warrant for a blood sample from all persons arrested for DWI who refuse to voluntarily give a breath and/or blood sample.
The Dallas Police Department would like to remind everyone to drive safely as we approach a new school year. We urge you to adhere to traffic control signals and pay attention to pedestrians. By being vigilant and observant, we can provide a safe environment for the youth of tomorrow.
- Speeding in School Zone: Up to $200.00
- Use of Wireless Communication Device in School Zone: Up to $200.00
- Disregarding a School Bus Stop Arm: Up to $300.00
- $25 added to every other offense that occurs in a school zone
In addition, those cited will also have to pay for additional court costs. Please see the link below for additional details and other violations:
The Dallas Police Department’s Northwest Division is hosting a “Crime Prevention Safety and Health Fair” on July 25, 2015, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The fair will be held at the YMCA located at 4332 Northaven Road, Dallas, Texas 75229.
Come get your free health screenings and receive crime and safety prevention information from police and fire officials. There will also be free food and entertainment to enjoy in addition to City of Dallas Vendors to cater to your needs. It’s bound to be a good time…see ya there!!!
For more information on this event, please contact the Northwest Patrol Division at (214) 670-6178.
The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in nabbing two burglary suspects by way of identification. On May 15, 2015, at about 5 a.m., two suspects burglarized the Pressbox Grill located at 1623 Main Street. One suspect is described as a Black male wearing white cargo shorts, button down short sleeved shirt with #101 printed on the back, and dark sneakers. The second suspect is described as a Black male wearing a flat bill hat, long sleeve jacket, gray sweat pants, and black rimmed glasses. This offense is documented on Incident # 109089-2015.
The Property Crimes Division’s Central Investigative Unit is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying these two suspects. If anyone knows the identity of these two suspects or have information relating to this offense, please contact Detective Keller at 214-670-5053.
On June 18, 2015, at approximately 2:00 a.m., the unknown suspect pictured is believed to have committed several Burglary of a Motor Vehicle offenses in the parking garage of 1200 Main Street. The Central Investigative Unit of the Property Crimes Division is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying this person. If you know this person , please contact Detective Solis, #5518, at (214) 670-4414.
The Dallas Police Department’s Office of Community Affairs along with Love Field Airport will host a “Chief on the Beat” as a community engagement initiative to reach out to its patrons. This event will take place on Thursday, June 11, 2015 from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., at Dallas Love Field Airport, 8008 Herb Kelleher Way, Dallas, Texas 75235.
“Chief on the Beat” Landing at Love Field will allow the Dallas Police Department to provide safety awareness tips and information regarding the City of Dallas. Dallas Love Field Airport will share travel related safety information and upcoming activities. This is an opportunity for the Dallas Police Department and traveling citizens and visitors to interact in a family friendly environment, filled with entertainment and food that are provided free of charge. Join in the fun in person and on social media as we use #DPDLUVLANDING to trend.