Daily Police Blotter

By Stacy Morrow
|  Thursday, Dec 10, 2009  |  Updated 6:21 PM CDT
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WOMAN FOUND DEAD INSIDE DALLAS HOME
A 53-year-old woman was found dead Thursday at about 2:45 a.m. inside a house in the 4600 block of Amesbury, Dallas police said. The woman had not shown up at work for several days, so a co-worker went to check on her, police said. Investigators said there were no signs of foul play and the residence was secure. Detectives are waiting on a medical examiner's report to determine the woman's cause of death.

POLICE SEEK "ARMED AND DANGEROUS" MAN
Dallas police are searching for a man accused of shooting at two men sitting on a porch.  A warrant for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and deadly conduct has been issued for Alejandro "Gator" Hinojosa, police said. No one was seriously injured, but police said they are concerned that Hinojosa will continue committing assaults. Police said Hinojosa is known to frequent the area around Interstate 30 and Zang, as well as Clarendon and 12th. Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 214-67-TIPS.

DAYTIME VEHICLE THEFT CAUGHT ON MALL CAMERAS
Arlington police are looking for three suspects caught on camera, in the middle of the afternoon, stealing a pick up truck at The Parks Mall. The video shows the three suspects arrive in another car and park near a Chevy Silverado with fancy wheels.  Two suspects appear to stand around as look-outs, as the third one quickly hot wires the truck, before both vehicles drive away. Click here to read this story and watch the video on NBCDFW.com.

SUV WRECK CREATES POWER OUTAGE, DRIVER DISAPPEARS
Some parts of Mesquite and Garland went dark Thursday morning after a sport utility vehicle crashed into a utility pole on Northwest Drive just north of Interstate 30. An officer on patrol discovered the empty vehicle and the pole left in pieces on the ground. The driver could not be found. Oncor restored power to most of the affected homes and businesses.  

THEIVES SWIPE CONVENTION CENTER ATM
Theives broke the glass on a door at the Dallas Convention Center and stole the ATM machine Thursday morning, police said. A security guard conducting a walk around the center noticed the broken glass and missing ATM at about 4:50 a.m. Police said they don't have any suspects or surveillance video. 

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