After confirmation from the medical examiner’s office, the suspect involved in the officer involved shooting on July 13, 2018, has been identified as Jesse Carrillo, A Latin Male 17.
On July 13, 2018, at approximately 4:45 a.m., the suspect was driving a stolen vehicle and was involved in an accident with an unoccupied vehicle in the 3400 block of Indianola Street. When the citizen came outside to investigate, the suspect fired a weapon at the citizen. The citizen was not struck. The suspect fled in the stolen vehicle and struck multiple vehicles during his getaway.
Officers responded to an active shooter call and subsequently located the suspect driving the stolen vehicle. Officers pursued the suspect into the 9300 block of Havencove Drive, where the suspect crashed into a creek bed. The suspect was ordered out of the vehicle by officers, and when he exited, the suspect was armed with a handgun. Officers ordered the suspect to drop the weapon; however, the suspect raised the weapon and pointed in the direction of the officers. The officers fired upon the suspect striking him. The suspect is deceased. There were no officers or citizens injured during this incident. The suspect’s weapon was located at the scene. The investigation is ongoing and will be documented on case number 152605-2018.
The shooting occurred after the suspect wrecked his vehicle and fled on foot. A Mesquite Police officer located the suspect next to a building secured by a chain-link fence at which point the suspect aggressively assaulted the officer. The injured officer and the suspect became involved in a struggle over the officer’s weapon. The suspect was able to take the weapon away from the injured officer and point it at him.
There were four officers that fired multiple rounds striking the suspect. The suspect was transported to an area hospital where he was pronounced deceased. The suspect has been identified as Bobby Blade, a 29-year-old Black male. The injured officer was transported to the hospital with multiple fractures to the face. The officer has since been released and is recovering at home.
Three officers from the Mesquite Police Department, a 20 year veteran and two 6 year veterans and two officers from the Garland Police Department, a 16 year veteran and a 13 year veteran, were involved in the incident.
Updated June 25, 2018 at 8:55p.m:
The suspect involved in this offense has been pronounced deceased.
On June 25, 2018, at approximately 3:45 pm, Mesquite officers responded to a Suspicious Person call in the 2600 block of Towne Centre Drive. During their investigation of the call, Mesquite officers observed an individual matching the description on the call sheet. The suspect got into a vehicle and began to flee from the location. The Mesquite officers pursued the suspect which subsequently led them into the city of Garland. The pursuit came to an end when the suspect wrecked out on the northbound side of I-635 and Garland Road, Garland, Texas.
The suspect then fled from the accident scene on foot with Mesquite and now Garland officers involved. Mesquite and Garland officers were able to locate the suspect in the 12100 block of Self Plaza, Dallas, TX. A struggle ensued between the suspect and an officer. During the struggle shots were fired and the suspect was struck. The suspect was transported to an area hospital where his condition is unknown at this time. There were no officers shot, however, there was a Mesquite officer transported to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
This shooting occurred in the city of Dallas, and will be investigated by the Dallas Police Department’s Special Investigations Unit on case number 138012-2018. This remains an ongoing investigation.
Dallas Police Officers involved in the officer involved shooting at 2115 Hulse Blvd on February 27, 2018 are identified as:
Senior Corporal Jason Kennedy 19 years
Senior Corporal Kurt Hibbets 22 years
Deputy U.S. Marshal
Original Post: February 27, 2018
On February 27, 2018 at about 1:00 p.m., officers from the US Marshal’s Task Force received information that the suspect involved in the shooting earlier today at 2323 N. Field was at a residence in the 2100 block of Hulse Boulevard. When the officers arrived, the suspect fired a weapon at the officers. The officers returned fire striking the suspect. Two Dallas Police Officers and one US Marshal were involved in the shooting. The suspect, Marlon Smith B/M/29 is deceased. Marlon Smith was the suspect who was wanted for the murder of Nancy Churchwell W/F/52 at North End Apartments. No officers were injured during this incident. Next of kin has been made.
This offense will be documented on case number 042227-2018.
The suspect in this offense has been identified as Alton Anthony Folmar, Jr. W/M/28 and is deceased.
The officer involved in this incident is Officer Darren Burch, #10466. He is assigned to the Southeast Patrol Division and has been on the department for four years and nine months.
Original Post: June 19, 2017 8:51 p.m.
On June 19, 2017 at about 4:57 p.m., officers responded to an Active Shooter call in the 10700 block of Eastham Drive. The caller told responding officers that a known suspect fired multiple shots into their residence. Officers went to a nearby home believed to that of the suspect. They could hear a disturbance through the open front door involving the suspect, a female, and a crying infant. One of the officers gave the suspect directions to come to the door. When the suspect appeared, he was armed with a handgun forcing the officer at the door to fire his weapon. The suspect, a 28-year-old White male, was struck by the gunfire and transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced deceased. The female in the residence with the suspect was also transported to the hospital with multiple injuries. Preliminary information suggests that the suspect assaulted the female victim and threatened to kill her and the infant. No officers were injured during this incident. This offense will be documented on case number 139039-2017.
The suspect in this offense has been identified as Billy Ray Scott B/M/38. He is being charged with two counts of Aggravated Assault Public Servant and Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle. He is still in the hospital in serious condition.
The officer involved in this incident is Officer Zachary Jones #11109. He is assigned to the Central Patrol Division and has been on the department for one and half years. Officer Jones remains on routine administrative leave at this time.
We have conducted a review as to why the vehicle did not shut down as planned. We have made corrections to make sure this issue does not occur again. Due to the sensitivity of the bait car program, we will not be able to discuss the specifics about the technical issue.
On April 17, 2017 at about 2:00 a.m., Dallas Police officers responded to a bait car activation in the 300 block of N. Walton Street. Officers got into a brief pursuit with the suspect, a 38 to 40-year-old Black male, which ended in Fair Park. The suspect intentionally rammed the police squad car and one officer fired his weapon striking the suspect. The suspect was transported to the hospital in critical condition. No officers were injured during this incident. This offense is documented on case number 085371-2017.
The name of the arrestee from the Officer Involved Shooting is Jacquelin Arevalos, Latin female/25. She will be charged with Burglary of a Business and Aggravated Assault on a Public Servant.
Original Post April 5, 2017 @ 10:34 am
On April 5, 2017 at approximately 4:41 a.m., officers responded to a Burglary in Progress call at 3071 W. Northwest Highway. The suspect, a Latin female, called police stating she broke into the location. Upon arrival, officers found the suspect inside the location. The suspect exited the location armed with a knife. Officers gave her loud verbal commands to drop the knife. The suspect refused to drop the knife and officers tased her, which was ineffective The suspect then raised the knife walking towards the officers in a threatening manner. One officer fired his duty weapon striking the suspect. The suspect was transported to Parkland Memorial Hospital and her condition is unknown at this time. No officers were injured. The offense is filed under case number 075474-2017.
Investigative update on the OIS at 4700 East Side Avenue:
The deceased person is Genevive Ann Dawes, a 21-year-old Latin female. Next of Kin notification has been made. Virgilio Rosales, a 23-year-old Latin male, was the passenger in the vehicle and was arrested for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon.
The involved officers are:
Police Officer Christopher Hess, #8887 10 years 5 months Central Patrol
Senior Corporal Jason Kimpel, #9675 8 years 1 month Central Patrol
On January 18, 2017, at approximately 4:56 a.m., uniformed patrol officers responded to a suspicious person call in the apartment complex rear parking lot located at 4700 East Side Avenue. The caller provided vehicle information to the 911 operator. This information was added to the call sheet and revealed the vehicle was reported stolen out of Irving, Texas. As uniformed officers approached the vehicle giving loud verbal commands, the occupants ignored the commands, started the stolen vehicle and reversed a short distance striking the marked police vehicle. The suspect then drove forward striking a wooden lattice fence. When the fence did not give way, the suspect driver reversed the vehicle a second time at which point two uniformed officers discharged their firearms striking the suspect driver. The suspect driver was transported to Baylor Hospital where she was pronounced deceased.
The passenger in the vehicle was not struck by the gunfire. He was interviewed at the Dallas Police Headquarters and is facing potential felony criminal charges. No officers were injured during this incident.
Detectives from the Special Investigative Unit located and interviewed independent witnesses that corroborate that arrestee Tradareon Choice, BM 18, produced a gun from his waist band when he was approached by uniformed Dallas Police officers. Officer Zachery Helm, #8859, fired his duty weapon striking the suspect in the leg. This is an ongoing and active investigation. As in all Dallas police officer involved shootings, the Dallas County District Attorney’s office will conduct an independent investigation.
Original Post October 26, 2016 7:54 pm
On October 26, 2016, at approximately 4:27 p.m., METRO officers were in the 3000 block of MLK actively seeking the suspect, who had an active aggravated robbery warrant, from a carjacking offense that occurred in the past three days in the area. The officers attempted to approach the suspect, when the suspect fled on foot towards DISD officers across the street at which time he ran back in the direction of Dallas PD officers. As the suspect was running back towards Dallas officers the suspect produced a hand gun from his waist band. The officer then drew and fired his duty weapon and striking the suspect one time in the leg. The suspect was transported to Baylor Hospital with non life threatening injuries. No officer was injured during this incident.
This incident will be documented on case number 257303-2016. More information will be distributed when it is appropriate to do so.
The Dallas Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect(s) involved in a shooting that occurred on June 24, 2016. At about 10:30 pm, Vincent Warren was leaving a party that was being held at the Turnkey Community Center located at 4204 Tioga Street in Dallas. As the party was being shut down for the night, unknown suspect(s) began to shoot in the parking lot. As Mr. Warren walked back to his car, he was struck by one of the gunshots. Detectives are asking for the assistance of the community, specifically those that attended the party. Anyone with information pertaining to the shooting can contact Dallas Police Detective E.A. Ibarra at (214) 671-3646 in the Special Investigation Unit or Crime Stoppers at 214-317-TIPS (8477). Callers can remain anonymous.
The Dallas Police Department was invited to The White House today for the Police Data Initiative. Leading law enforcement agencies along with technologists, researchers, and community stakeholders around the country met with Senior Administration and White House Officials. They shared experiences, resources, technology tools and data innovation leveraged to increase trust between police and citizens as called for by the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing.
The meeting started with opening statements by Clarence Wardell III of the U.S. Digital Service at The White House followed by Megan Smith, the U.S. Chief Technology Officer. They both stressed the importance of having a good relationship between police departments and the citizens they are sworn to serve.
The panel was moderated by Roy Austin, Deputy Assistant to the President for Urban Affairs. Prior to sitting down at the table to partake in a very informative Q&A, he invited the three panelists to come up one at a time to discuss what they have done in their departments.
Chief Brown was the first to take the podium and stated, “it starts with transparency.” He then mentioned the Dixon Circle incident where a Dallas Police officer, who happened to be white, shot an unarmed subject, who happened to be black. Immediately after the event unfolded, false rumors spread throughout the neighborhood that the officer shot the suspect in the back while he was running away. Chief Brown explained why it was so important to get the facts out quickly, “Facts became the great equalizer for us.”
He went on to talk about how “trust is hard to earn and easy to lose.” According to Chief Brown, information belongs to the citizens and “we believe that police data is citizen data and we are the caretakers of the data.” He also talked about how the Dallas Police Department has implemented policies and training to ensure citizen and officer safety during interactions. He emphasized the importance of using de-escalation, time and distance. If there is any misconduct, “we have to hold accountable the very small number of officers that violate our deadly force and use of force policies,” said Brown.
He closed his statements by saying, “transparency is the beginning point, but you also have to have policy, training and you have to hold the small few officers accountable, so you can protect the integrity of the vast majority that makes us all proud.”
Other panelists were Wendy R. Harn, Chief Data Officer with the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department, and Assistant Chief of Police Robert Schroeder of the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department.