MAN TO BE SENTENCED FOR CHILD PORN WITH PRE-K DAUGHTERS
Sentencing is April 12 in Fort Worth for a Bedford man who used his two preschool-age daughters for Internet child pornography. The U.S. attorney's office says the 26-year-old man pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of production of child pornography and now faces between 15 and 30 years in prison. CLICK HERE to read the entire story on NBCDFW.com
DRIVER PLEADS GUILTY IN BICYCLE ACCIDENT
A Dallas judge sentenced Kenneth Bain to two years in prison, 10 years probation and more than $5,000 in fines for his role in a deadly accident more than a year ago. Bain plead guilty to two counts of manslaughter for the June 8, 2008 traffic collision that killed two bicyclists at Joe Pool Lake. CLICK HERE to read the entire story on NBCDFW.com
OFFICER'S CAR HIT DURING TRAFFIC STOP
A Kaufman police officer was sent to the hospital after car slammed into his cruiser during a traffic stop Wednesday night. The officer was sitting in his squad car on eastbound US Highway 175 just past State Highway 34 when the accident happened. The driver of the vehicle that hit the cruiser was taken into custody. The officer was taken to the hospital.
CRASH CLOSES DOWN DALLAS NORTH TOLLWAY
The northbound lanes of the Dallas North Tollway just north of Westgrove were closed for at least two hours early Thursday morning after an accident involved two pickup trucks. Department of Public Safety troopers say when they arrived at the scene of the accident two pickups were heavily damaged and one was upside down, and debris stretched about a fourth of a mile. Two men were in each truck, all of them knew each other and all of them escaped injury. A witness told troopers both trucks passed him at a high rate of speed as if racing.
BICYCLIST ACCUSED OF IMPERSONATING AN OFFICER
A bicyclist in Texas City is accused of impersonating an officer by wearing a jacket with a patch from a police force about 300 miles away. Texas City police say the 20-year-old man is also facing a public intoxication charge. The cyclist wore a coat with a police "communications" patch on it, from The Colony, when he was stopped Tuesday night. Sgt. Joe Stanton says the bike rider was swerving "all over the road." The Colony Police Chief Joe Clark viewed an e-mail photo of the jacket and patch and said it was for dispatchers and issued about a decade ago. Clark says the jacket likely came from a thrift store. Stanton says the man claims a friend gave him the jacket. Prosecutors will review the case.