Critical Missing Person – Mario Anaya

Update 5/19/18 at 7:50 pm. Disregard Critical Missing Person.  Mario Anaya has been located. 

The Dallas Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Critical Missing Person Mario Ervey Anaya.  On May 19, 2018, at approximately 12:30 AM, Mr. Anaya was last seen in the 2500 block of Bahama Drive in a 2008 black Chevy, Texas License Plate KKN9198.  He may be a danger to himself and others.

Mr. Anaya is a 30 year old male, 6’ 170 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.  He was last seen wearing a dark blue t-shirt, dark blue basketball shorts, and grey shoes.

If you see this person, please contact 9-1-1 or call the Missing Persons Unit at (214) 671-4268.

East Patrol Bureau and Buckner Terrace “Chief on the Beat”

On Saturday, May 19, 2018, the Dallas Police Department’s Office of Community Affairs,  along with the East Patrol Bureau and Buckner Terrace neighborhood hosted it’s very own ”Chief on the Beat” Health and Safety Fair. Chief on the Beat was held at Frank Guzick Elementary School.  The great citizens of Dallas came out in numbers participating in activities such as line dancing and face painting. In addition, there were vendor booths as well as free health screenings and dental care. Please see photos of today’s event below.

 

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Homicide with an Arrest on W. Davis Street

On May 18, 2018, at approximately 2:15 a.m., video surveillance captured a disturbance between the victim, a white male 32-years-old and an unidentified Latin male driving a dark colored Chevrolet Tahoe at 3230 W. Davis Street.  The unidentified Latin male shot the victim and fled in the suspect vehicle.  The victim, whose name is being withheld pending next of kin notification, was transported to an area hospital where he died from his injuries. 

At approximately 4:20 p.m., detectives observed the suspect, Miguel Camacho-Pineda, a Latin male 40-years-old, driving the suspect vehicle in close proximity to the offense.  The vehicle was stopped and the suspect was detained.  The suspect voluntarily agreed to be transported to Dallas Police Headquarters where he was interviewed by detectives.  Camacho-Pineda was read his Miranda Rights and voluntarily waived those rights by agreeing to speak with detectives.   During the course of the interview, he admitted his role in the offense and confessed to shooting the victim.  He has been arrested and placed in Lew Sterrett Jail for murder.  His bond is set at $250,000.00.

“Employee Down Room” – Dedicated to 9-1-1 Call Center Employees

On Thursday, May 17, 2018, at 10:00 A.M., Safer Dallas Better Dallas dedicated a new “Employee Down Room” within the Communications Call Center.  The Employee Down Room will serve as a quiet room where employees will be able to retreat after handling a stressful call or situation.   The room is fully furnished with sofa chairs and couches for comfort, mood lighting for relaxing the mind, and aromatherapy candle to release stress.   Call takers and dispatchers will be able to decompress after taking or managing some of the most critical call or incidents occurring in Dallas.  Major Elaine Page stated, “After listening to call takers managing different critical calls, I realized a down room was much needed.” Chief Hall was in attendance and expressed her gratitude stating, “We appreciate all the donors for letting our civilian employees and our officers know how important they are to this community.”  

The Dallas Police Department would like to acknowledge and give special thanks to the following for their continued support: Safer Dallas, Dallas Rotary Club, Allied Interiors, Devance Electronic Lifestyles, P.S. Gerry, Inc./Venue Inudtries, and Spencer + Company.  Thank you once again in your efforts to making Dallas the safest city in the country.

 

 

Homicide at 6104 LBJ Service Road

Update May 17, 2018 at 2:20 P.M. – This is an update regarding the murder  that occurred on May 9, 2018, at 6104 LBJ Service Road in which the victim Carla Patricia Flores Pavon, Latin female 26 was found deceased in her apartment.

The arrested person is Jimmy Eugene Johnson III B/M/24. He was taken into custody in Walker County during a traffic stop. (An alert notice was placed on his vehicle).

 Dallas homicide detectives travelled to Walker County to interview the suspect.  He was read his Miranda rights and waived those rights and agreed to speak with detectives.  During the interview, it was revealed that property was stolen from the victim during the commission of the murder offense.  This property was recovered in the suspect’s vehicle during his arrest.  The suspect is being held in Walker County on a murder charge with a $500,000.00 bond. Charges may be enhanced to capital murder at a later date.

On May 9, 2018, at approximately 4:00 p.m., Dallas officers responded to 6104 LBJ Service Road at the request of Dallas Fire and Rescue regarding the death of Carla Patricia Flores-Pavon, Latin female 26.  According to a witness, an unknown Latin male was seen leaving the victim’s apartment shortly before she was found unconscious.  The victim was transported to an area hospital where she was pronounced deceased.  It was determined that the victim exhibited signs that she died from homicidal violence.  There is no evidence at this time to suggest this homicide was the result of a hate crime.  If anyone has information relating to this offense, please contact Detective Tommy Raley at (214) 283-4856.

Anyone with information regarding this offense is encourage to contact Det. Tommy Raley with the Dallas Police Homicide Unit at (214) 283-4856 or tommy.raley@dallascityhall.com. Please refer to case #098428-2018.

Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information called into Crime Stoppers that leads to the arrest and indictment for this felony offense and other felony offenses. Call Crime Stoppers at 214-373-TIPS (8477), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Double Homicide at Pueblo Park

Update May 16, 2018 at 5:20 PM:

The names of the two individuals found deceased in the trunk of a late model Cadillac has been identified as Robert Diaz III, 28yrs old and Jacob Collard 20 yrs old.  Next of kin has been notified.  This is being investigated on case #103216-2018.

Original Post:

On May 15, 2018, at approximately 11:47 a.m., City Park employees were working at the Pueblo Park located in the 500 block of Pueblo Street when they discovered a late model black Cadillac ATS that exhibited evidence that led them to believe that a crime may have occurred. Dallas Fire Rescue arrived on scene and conducted a welfare check of the vehicle and located two deceased Individuals inside the trunk. Homicide Detectives were notified and is currently working this incident as a Double Murder.  This incident remains under investigation and is reported on case number 103216-2018.

Suspect Caught Stealing Tip Jar

The Dallas Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the burglary suspect seen in these images taken from the victim’s surveillance video.

On May 8, 2018, at approximately 6:00 a.m., the suspect broke into the Formosa restaurant located at 5405 N. Jim Miller Rd., and stole a tip jar and a toolbox. The suspect was captured on video buying food two days prior to the burglary. This offense is documented on Dallas Police case number 097289-2018.

Anyone with information regarding the identity of the suspect is asked to please contact Detective French with the Dallas Police Department Southeast Investigative Unit at 214-671-0112, Crime Stoppers at 1- 877-373-TIPS (8477) or you may also submit anonymous tips through our iWatch Dallas App. 

2018 Explorer Awards Ceremony

The 2018 Explorer Awards Ceremony was held on May 14, 2018. Awards were given for Rookie Explorer of the Year, Runner up for Explorer of the Year, Explorer of the Year and Advisor for the Year. The ceremony began with a welcome from Sgt. Ashaki Hardeman followed by the Presentation of Colors by the Dallas Police Honor Guard and National Anthem by Javia Wilson.

The winner’s of the 2014 Explorer Awards are:

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  • Rookie of they Year: Michael Arias
  • Explorer of the Year: Tyler Sun
  • 1st Runner-up Explorer of the Year: Xavier Smith
  • 2nd Runner-up Explorer of the Year: Jasmine Oliveo
  • 3rd Runner-up Explorer of the Year: Brandon Gomez
  • 4th Runner-up Explorer of the Year: David Rebollar
  • Advisor of the Year: Sr. Cpl. James Farmer

Congratulations! Thank you to all the sponsors who have helped make the Dallas Police Department Explorer Program a success!

Be sure to follow the Dallas Police Explorers on:

Twitter: @ExplorersDallas and on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DallasPDExplorers

 

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May’s Officer of the Month – Detective Brewster Billings

The Dallas Community Police Awards Committee recognizes Detective Brewster Billings, #7626, as May’s Officer of the Month.  Detective Billings is a twenty-year veteran of the department and is currently assigned to the Crimes Against Persons Assaults Unit.  During his career, Detective Billings received an incredible 62 commendations.

According to his supervisor, Sergeant Bobbie Epperson, Detective Billings has an impeccable work ethic and is highly motivated to serve his community both on and off-duty.  Prior to joining the department, Detective Billings worked with at-risk youth and mentored children in the foster care system.  He has personally fostered around 40 children and continues to serve those in need.  In fact, his most recent benevolence was demonstrated when he encountered the children of a violent crime victim he was investigating.  When Detective Billings learned that the crime victim had lost his job, he and his wife adopted that family for the Christmas holidays and delivered presents to the children.

Detective Billings is one of the hardest working, most tenacious, and proactive detectives assigned to the unit.  He is known for relentlessly pursuing every lead on every case.  During 2017, Detective Billings led the Assault Unit with a 63% higher than average case filing, despite being on light duty for a quarter of the year.

This is just couple of the many examples of Detective Billings’ ability and desire to go above and beyond the call of duty, but are indicative of his daily work.  Sergeant Epperson sums it up best, “In Detective Billings, there is a unique combination of zeal, experience, and passion for police work that is rarely found in tenured police officers.  His ability to demonstrate all of these qualities simultaneously is laudable…He is everything that great police officers should strive to represent.”

Thank you, Detective Billings, for bringing great credit to yourself and the Dallas Police Department.

Critical Missing Person – Marlene Williams

Update May 19, 2018, at 11:30 P.M., – Critical Missing Marlene Williams has been located safe by patrol officers, and returned to her family.

The Dallas Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating Critical Missing Person Marlene Williams.  On May 13, 2018, at about 2:00 p.m., Ms. Williams was last seen in the 8300 block of Honeysuckle Lane, Dallas, Texas.  She may be confused and in need of assistance.

Ms. Williams is described as a Black female 71 years old, 5’06” 125 pounds.  She has gray hair with a short ponytail and brown eyes.  Ms. Williams was last seen wearing a red skirt and a black/brown tiger print shirt. 

If anyone has information on Ms. Williams’ whereabouts, please contact the Dallas Police Department’s Missing Persons Unit at (214) 671-4268 or call 911.