Here's a list of recent activities drawing the attention of North Texas law enforcement. List compiled on July 1, 2011.
Man Kills Self, Wounds Wife in Carrollton: Police
A Carrollton man killed himself and seriously injured his wife in an apparent murder-suicide attempt, police said. At about 11 p.m. Carrollton police responded to a family disturbance call at a house in the 2000 block of Clermont Court. When officer’s arrived, they discovered 43-year-old Glen Mohr dead from a gunshot wound. His wife, 47-year-old Terri Mohr, was also shot. Terri Mohr was transported to Presbyterian Hospital in serious condition. Police said the preliminary investigation indicated that no one else was involved in the incident.
One Killed, Three Injured in Motorcycle Crash
A man was killed and three were sent to the hospital after a motorcycle pile-up in Carrollton Thursday night. Police said a man was riding his Harley motorcycle at normal speed northbound on Sam Rayburn Tollway near Hebron Parkway when 15 to 20 sport bikes approached him at high speeds. One of the sport bikes crashed into the back of the Harley motorcycle causing a chain-reaction incident. Three of the sport bikers were transported by ambulance to Parkland Memorial Hospital. One was transported via air ambulance to Baylor Hospital where he died.
Woman Arrested After Shooting Boyfriend
A 19-year-old Arlington woman was arrested overnight Thursday after shooting her boyfriend in the head, police said. At about 8:45 p.m., officers responded to a shooting in the 2200 block of Lincoln Green Circle where they found a 20-year-old-man with a gunshot wound. The man was air lifted to Dallas Methodist Hospital, where he remains in critical condition. Police said investigative leads were followed overnight, which lead to the arrest of Ramos who faces a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Police said the charge could be upgraded if the man dies.
Police Investigating Coppell Mayor in Hit and Run
Irving police stopped the mayor of Coppell late Wednesday, after he allegedly clipped a road construction worker and did not stop, witnesses said. Mayor Doug Stover passed a field sobriety test and said he did not think he had hit anything. The worker was not seriously injured.