Daily Police Blotter

By Stacy Morrow
|  Friday, Nov 13, 2009  |  Updated 7:51 PM CDT
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Daily Police Blotter

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Here's a daily list of recent activities drawing the attention of North Texas law enforcement. List compiled on Nov. 12, 2009.

BOYFRIEND OF SLAIN PREGNANT TEEN ARRESTED
The boyfriend of a pregnant teenager found dead Tuesday inside a Flower Mound apartment was arrested Friday, police said.  Police began searching for 16-year-old Brittany Munoz's 20-year-old boyfriend, Garrett Cole Gower, as a "person of interest" after Munoz was found by her sister inside the family's unit located in the 1700 block of Timber Creek Road.  Click here to read this story on NBCDFW.com.

2 DALLAS WOMEN ACCUSED OF ID THEFT
Two Dallas women who are accused of possessing the personal information of at least 147 people were in the custody of Keller police, the Star Telegram reported. Police said they believe Yolandra Burks, 34, and Beverly Crowder, 35, may have been running an identity theft operation for two to three years.  The investigation began after a Keller woman reported receiving a bill for electricity and cell phone service that she did not have. Investigators were able to identify Burks and Crowder after getting subpoenas. They face charges of fraudulent use or possession of identifying information, which is a state jail felony punishable by up to two years in jail and a $10,000 fine. 

CHASE ENDS WITH CRASH INTO TREE
One man was arrested after a chase down Central Expressway through Allen and Plano ended Thursday with a stolen car crashed into a tree, the Dallas Morning News reported. The chase began at about 11 p.m. when officers spotted David Montelongo, 27, and attempted to pull him over on outstanding warrants, police said.  Police said Montelongo was wanted on charges of drug possession and probation violation. After he crashed into a tree in a residential neighborhood he took off running and hid in a backyard, police said.  He faces charges of drug possession, evading arrest, driving with an invalid license, and unauthorized use of a vehicle.

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