On February 13, 2020, at approximately 7:45 a.m., a mother stopped at a donut shop located in the 9100 block of Bruton Road. She apparently left her car running with her 8 year old son inside. An unknown male suspect jumped in the car and drove off with the child inside. Responding officers contacted the dealership where the mother purchased the car and requested the GPS tracking information for the victim’s car. After receiving the GPS coordinates, officers passed the information to Air1 who began to look for the vehicle.
At approximately 8:30 a.m., Air1 spotted the victim’s vehicle on Bruton Road where they began to follow. It appeared that the suspect realized that Air1 was following him and bailed out of the vehicle along with a female passenger. Patrol officers were able to locate the suspect and the female passenger in the 2000 block of Lewiston Avenue. Patrol officers went to a nearby elementary school where they located the child unharmed. The child was reunited with his mother. The suspect, Black male 17-years-old, is expected to be charged with Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle (UUMV) and Kidnapping. This incident will be documented on case numbers 029217-2020 for the UUMV/Kidnapping and 029246-2020 for a minor accident the suspect was involved in immediately before he fled.
Many thanks to the officers assigned to the Southeast Patrol Division and Air1 for their outstanding police performance and conspicuous initiative.
As you are all aware, Nicholas Fierros, Jr was found last night and I am pleased to announce that he is physically fine. We wish to thank the members of the media that distributed Nicholas’ photo and told the story of his abduction yesterday. When he was found, the couple that saw him recognized him from the photo that was widely distributed through traditional and social media.
Moving forward, we continue to ask the public’s assistance in locating the individuals responsible for Nicholas’ abduction. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Dallas Police Department at (214)671-4268.
At this time, we would like to provide you an update to our Investigation. First, we have been asked multiple times if we believe the kidnapping to be a hoax. At this point in our investigation, we do not believe that to be the case for reasons that can’t be elaborated on at this time. Next, we would like to say that we believe that this was not a random act. Statements attributed to the suspects by the victim and his family indicates that the suspects specifically targeted the home. We want to alieve any fear by the public that a crew of home invasion suspects are randomly breaking into homes and taking children.
Additionally, we do have reason to believe that obtaining money was the motivation behind the suspect’s actions. It appears that the suspects took Nicholas when they were unable to get money from the home invasion. Finally, this is a very active investigation. Our detectives are taking a wide range of investigative actions to identify to suspects involved.
Updated June 27, 2016 at 8:50 p.m.
At approximately 7:15 p.m. Nicholas Fierros, Jr. was located safe by a citizen passerby in the area of Ann Arbor Avenue and Frio Drive; he will be reunited with his family shortly. The citizen called Dallas 911 and Dallas police officers arrived and transported Nicholas to the Dallas Child Advocacy Center to be interviewed. Dallas Police will continue to investigate the case.
More information will be release as it is appropriate to do so.
Updated June 27, 2016 at 5 p.m.
Around 12:35 p.m. today, Dallas Police were notified by 911 of a home invasion robbery occurring in the 800 block of Buick Avenue. Three B/M’s dressed completely in black clothing and masks had forcibly entered the home and were demanding money at gunpoint.The victim, Nicholas Fierros, Jr, a L/M 10 years of age was visiting relatives at the location. The gunmen restrained the adult female relative, while two additional relatives that were minors hid in the home. One of the minor children called 911. When the gunmen fled the location, they took Nicholas with them. Nicholas is described as a L/M, ten years of age, 4’09” tall and 60 pounds. He was wearing an orange shirt, white or khaki shorts and no shoes. The suspects fled in an undermined location and by unknown means. Anyone with information regarding this incident or Nicholas location is asked to call 911 or the Dallas Police Department at (214)671-4268.
Original Post, June 27, 2016 at 3:30 p.m.
NAME:NICHOLAS FIERROS, JR
HEIGHT: 4’09” Weight: 60 lbs
HAIR: BROWN EYES: BROWN
CLOTHING: Last seen wearing an orange shirt with white or khaki shorts, he has no shoes on.
Suspect: Unknown. Child was taken, from the 800 block of Buick Avenue, in a home invasion robbery at gunpoint by 3 unknown B/M’s, On Monday, June 27, 2016, at approximately 12:30 p.m. Suspect fled the seen with child in an unknown direction.
If you see this Child, please contact 9-1-1 or the Dallas Police Department at (214) 671-4268.
The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating the above individual. Persons with information are asked to call the Police Department at 911 or (214) 671-4268.
On April 30, 2016, at approximately 3:30 p.m., the Dallas Police Department arrested Cordrie Allen Dunn, B/M, 36, for Aggravated Kidnapping of an 11 year old female child. The offense occurred in the 1100 block of High Hill Boulevard. Mr. Dunn lured the victim to the front of his apartment, grabbed her and took her inside his apartment. Mr. Dunn attempted to sexually assault the victim, but she was able to escape. The offense is reported on case number 102705-2016.
Mr. Dunn was placed in the Dallas County Jail for Aggravated Kidnapping/Child, F/1 and Resisting Arrest, M/A.
If you have any additional information about this suspect, please contact Detective Lawler at 214 671 4453.
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