On May 6, 2016, at approximately 1:39 pm, Dallas Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 14032 Peyton Drive. During the preliminary investigation, a victim was found inside of the apartment deceased. The victim was later identified as Maria Arteaga-Manuel. Detectives discovered that the victim died from homicidal violence prior to the fire.
The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in this murder investigation. If anyone has information regarding this offense contact Homicide Detective D. Chaney, at 214-671-3650 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you wish to remain anonymous you may call Crime Stoppers at (214) 373-TIPS (8477). Please refer to Dallas Police Case number 107901-2016.
On August 19, 2015, at 10:40 a.m., police officers responded to a request for police from Dallas Fire & Rescue to the 3000 block of Calvary Avenue. Dallas Fire & Rescue stated the individual, a W/M/39, was intoxicated. A subject check revealed he had an alias warrant out of the City of Dallas. The officers arrested the individual for the warrant and transported him to the City Detention Center. The City Detention Center provides for the housing of persons arrested for public intoxication and class C misdemeanor warrants. At approximately 1:00 a.m., on August 20, 2015, the individual was found unresponsive in his cell by City Detention Center personnel. Dallas Fire & Rescue was called to the location and pronounced the subject deceased. The Special Investigations Unit of the Dallas Police Department responded to the scene and is currently conducting an investigation.
The individual’s name is not being released at this time as next of kin has not been made.
UPDATE: August 5, 2015 An arrest has been made in this June 9, 2015 offense. Victor James Mendoza L/m/2-9-91 had been charged with Burglary and Arson felony charges. Thanks everyone who helped spread the word. Remember, “If You See Something, Say Something!”
Original Post: June 17, 2015
The Dallas Police Department and Dallas Fire-Rescue are asking for the public’s assistance in locating and identifying a suspect in a burglary and possibly an arson offense.
On June 9, 2015, at 6:36 am, Dallas Fire-Rescue responded to a structure fire at 9540 Garland Road in the Casa Linda Plaza. After Dallas Fire-Rescue fought the fire a burglary offense was discovered. Arson Investigators reviewed surveillance video from an adjoining business and noticed a suspect along with the vehicle he was driving. The video shows him breaking in and removing property from the business without permission. Shortly after the suspect left the location the structure fire occurred.
The male was wearing a white t-shirt, dark blue shorts and white tennis shoes. He had short hair, appeared to be a White or Hispanic male , and is approximately 5’4” to 5’8” tall. He was seen leaving the complex in a beige-colored Ford Taurus or Mercury Sable.
If you know the identity of this individual, please contact the Dallas Fire-Rescue at 214-670-4312 or The Dallas Police Northeast Investigative Unit at 214-670-4416. You can also contact Crime Stoppers at 1-877-373-TIPS (8477). Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and indictment for this felony. Please see surveillance video below.
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.
On October 4, 2014, the Dallas Police Department Office of Community Affairs partnered up with the City of Dallas and various organizations in a continual effort to improve police and community relations. The 14th Annual Asian Heath & Safety Fair was a successful one with over 800 attendees and 280 free flu shots administered. Officers passed out free fruits and vegetables to all attendees, which were generously donated by the North Texas Food Bank & Sam’s Club. Volunteers from the Vietnamese Health Professional Association were present to give citizens medical exams to address vision, dental, diabetes, cholesterol, and much more. Leaders of the Asian community and Councilman Jerry Allen made an appearance in support of the Dallas Police Department and their efforts to engage with the community.The Dallas Fire Department was there to promote fire safety, while the Dallas Police Department had officers from its Sex Offender Apprehension Program, Kids & Cops, Police Explorers, and the Youth Outreach Program to provide the public information to better their community.Festivities included a dragon dance, martial arts exhibitions, and a performance by a Korean Soprano. Join us next year as we aim to make the 15th Annual Asian Health & Safety Fair bigger and better!
The Office of Community Affairs
Dallas Councilman Jerry Allen addresses the audience.
The North East Patrol Division Deputy Chief Acord & the Vietnamese Health Profession Association
Dallas Police Officers Volunteer for a great cause.
Everyone is welcomed at the Dallas Police Department’s 14th Annual Asian Safety & Health Fair! Festivities will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Saturday, October 4, 2014 at the southwest corner of Walnut St. and Audelia Rd.
Update: Deceased suspect involved in this morning’s officer-involved shooting identified as Codi Ben Bullard W/M 26 years old.
According to witnesses, at about 9:30 this morning, employees at the business located at 1220 S. Lamar Street noticed a suspicious unidentified male within their fenced-in property and began to escort him off property. As they were doing so, the suspect began attacking the male employee with a knife. The female employee began screaming for help and called 9-1-1. A uniformed off-duty officer happened to be across the street and heard the screams. The officer came across the street and seeing the attack taking place, shot the suspect who is now deceased. The male employee has been taken to the hospital in unknown condition. Neither the female employee nor the officer were injured. The involved officer is Sgt. Jackie Moore #7601. Sgt. Moore has been on the department for 15 years and is assigned to Northwest Patrol.
On Saturday March 1, 2014, Dallas Police and Dallas Fire employees competed for the Glenn Carter Safety Challenge trophy is named in honor of one of the founders of the Trinity River Levee Run held annually in Dallas. The race is a sub-event of the Trinity River Levee Run and pits the two city departments against one another in friendly competition.
As of the running of the 2014 race, Dallas Fire Rescue personnel had won the trophy the last 3 years in a row. Could the Dallas police officers beat the fire fighters this year and reclaim the trophy? Check out the video to find out!