Category: News

Dallas Police Out in Full Force for Thanksgiving

Dallas Police Out in Full Force for Thanksgiving

KHOU-TV noted on November 24, 2020, that the day before Thanksgiving, commonly referred to as Blackout Wednesday because it is also one of the heaviest drinking days of the year, is one of the deadliest days to be on the road. Wes LeRouax, with the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, told KHOU that for driving […]
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Major Drug Arrests in North Texas

Drugs remain a major issue in many criminal justice proceedings, and they are a complicated subject to address because many drugs can be legal to own with lawful prescriptions. While many news stories about drugs focus on the more illicit substances prohibited in all circumstances, it is important to remember that people can face criminal […]
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Possession of Marijuana

Councilman Seeking Marijuana Decriminalization in Dallas

Councilman pushing to decriminalize marijuana in Dallas According to KDFW-TV, Councilman Adam Bazaldua plans to propose next month that Dallas police officers stop citing or arresting people possessing less than 2 ounces of pot. Bazaldua told Fox that the plan is “a way to address the systemic racism in marijuana enforcement,” in addition to saving […]
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Los Angeles Angels Employee Charged with Federal Drug Crime

The MLB community was shaken to its core after the death of Tyler Skaggs, a 27-year-old pitcher who played for the Los Angeles Angels. The team issued a public statement extending their condolences to Skaggs’s loved ones, and the game they had scheduled for later that day was postponed. Now that more time has passed, […]
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Dallas Police Officer Arrested for DWI While on Duty

Dallas Police Officer Arrested for DWI While on Duty

In early May, a Dallas police officer was arrested for DWI while being on duty in a squad car. Senior Cpl. Sean Mock was booked into Dallas County Jail on one count of driving while intoxicated. According to reports, Mock was taken into custody in the early morning after he was found intoxicated in a […]
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gun dealers

North Texas Gun Dealers Face Federal Charges

In March of 2020, three North Texas men plead guilty to federal charges of dealing firearms without a license. According to reports, James Cary Bennett, Jack Don Sims, and Raleigh Merriam Selby all entered guilty pleas for engaging in the business of dealing firearms without a license. They are currently facing a sentence that has […]
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Man Faces Murder Charges in the Slaying of a Dallas Woman

Dallas man killed a woman at his apartment, then showed someone her body, police say. Milton Moody III, 41, faces murder charges in the slaying of 21-year-old Jennifer Dezarn. According to police reports, a man with an extensive criminal history murdered a woman at his southeast Oak Cliff apartment. Milton Moody III, is currently facing […]
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Coronavirus

Dallas County Reports 100 New Coronavirus Cases

Recently, Dallas County reported 100 new positive cases of Coronavirus, bringing the current total to 831 in the county. The COVID-19 virus continues to spread throughout the world, and Dallas County has been hit extremely hard by this global pandemic. Alongside the 100 new positive cases, reports show that two more people have died as […]
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Stay-at-Home

Dallas Mayor Issues Emergency Stay-at-Home Regulations

Stay-At-Home County Orders Issued by Judge Jenkins – Coronavirus Outbreak Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson has recently issued emergency regulations that will enforce the county’s stay-at-home order in parts of the city that don’t fall under the county’s jurisdictions. Mayor Johnson provided this explanation in a statement issued to the public: “This step is necessary to […]
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