Daily Crime Blotter

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    Here's a daily list of recent activities drawing the attention of North Texas law enforcement compiled on Oct. 14, 2009.

    STUDENT SEXUALLY ASSAULTED ON TCU CAMPUS
    Fort Worth police said a female student was attacked on campus Tuesday night, the second sexual assault to be reported in two months. Investigators said a man grabbed the woman from behind while she was walking along South University at about 9:30 p.m., dragged to a dark area and sexually assaulted. Police said the attack does not appear to be related to an attack in September in which a female student said she assaulted and her drink may have been drugged. Click here to watch NBCDFW.com's video report.

    DALLAS MILLIONAIRE SENTENCED IN CHILD PORN CASE
    A Dallas millionaire has been sentenced to 30 months in prison for attempting to possess Internet child pornography. Ronald E. Elmquist, 63, was sentenced Tuesday in federal court in Kansas City. Click here to read this story on NBCDFW.com.

    THREE ARRESTED AFTER ATTEMPTED HOME INVASION
    Fort Worth police arrested three people after an attempted home invasion in the 1200 block of Hawthorne, south of downtown. Police said a woman was at home when they knocked on the door, but did not answer. When no one answered, they parked the car on the side of the house, jumped the fence and broke in, police said. The woman ran to a neighbor's house and called police. After a foot chase, officers arrested all three people.

    2 ARRESTED IN SLAYING OF CONVENIENCE STORE OWNER
    Grand Prairie police arrested two men Tuesday morning in connection with the shooting death of a Dallas convenience store owner. Dallas police said Kim Heng Lay, 42, was killed during a robbery of the Payless Check Cashing Beer Wine Store in the 6900 block of Harry Hines Boulevard on Sunday night. Lay came out from the back and shot at Rudy Bonilla twice after he robbed the clerk at gunpoint. Bonilla returned fire, striking Lay, police said. Bonilla, 41, and Harold Davis, 49, who is accused of driving the getaway vehicle, are being held on $1 million bail each.

    SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MISSING CLEBURNE WOMAN
    Cleburne police are asking for help finding a missing 67-year-old woman missing since Friday. Police say Virginia Burns lives in a nursing home and was visiting family in Cleburne when she left the home in the 1000 block of N. Main St. between the hours of 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. Anyone with information on Mrs. Burns should call Cleburne police.

    HIGHWAY 121 CRASH CLOGS MORNING RUSH HOUR
    Grapevine police are investigating if fog contributed to a crash Wednesday morning that shut down southbound Highway 121. Investigators said an 18-wheeler hit a stalled car on the shoulder of the road near Sandy Lake Road. There was a small fuel leak but crews used sand to soak up the diesel. No major injuries were reported.

    FOG MAY HAVE PLAYED ROLE IN TOLLWAY CRASH
    Dallas police said they want to know if fog played a role in a crash on the ramp from the southbound Dallas North Tollway to southbound Stemmons Freeway on Wednesday morning. Police said a sport utility vehicle sideswiped the wall on the ramp, and traffic couldn’t get through until a wrecker removed the damaged vehicle.