Police Blotter: Officer-Involved Crash

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    List compiled July 15, 2011.

    Here's a list of recent activities drawing the attention of North Texas law enforcement. List compiled on July 15, 2011.

    Officer-Involved Crash
    A Fort Worth police officer was involved in a crash Friday morning at Riverside and Interstate 30.  There were two officers in the car and one was transported to the hospital for shoulder pain. There were no other injuries.

    11-Year-Old Injured in Hit-and-Run
    Richardson police have impounded a vehicle they say may have been involved in a hit-and-run that hospitalized an 11-year-old boy Thursday afternoon. The vehicle was found abandoned a short distance from the crash scene Thursday evening and is being processed for evidence.

    Mail Boxes Repeatedly Destroyed
    Police in Johnson County are looking for those responsible for destroying several mail boxes in two specific areas around the county -- near Godley on CR 1230 and 1127 and near Rio Vista on CR 1200. In some cases, the same people have been vandalized numerous times and the cost of the repairs are mounting. Anyone with information on the vandalism to contact the Johnson County Sheriff's Department at 817-556-6058.

    Man Robs Bank in Motorcycle Gear
    Police in Seagoville are searching for a bank robber who wore a unique disguise. In the surveillance video, the man can be seen walking into the Home bank on state Highway 175 last week in a motorcycle helmet and gloves. He showed the teller the handle of a gun protruding from his pocket and left with an undisclosed amount of cash on cruiser-style motorcycle. Anyone with information about the man's identity is asked to call the Seagoville police.

    McKinney McDonald's Robbed at Gunpoint
    At about 10 p.m. Wednesday, the McDonald's restaurant at 402 N. Central was robbed at gunpoint when a man walked in and demanded cash.  Police said they are concerned with the man's aggressive and threatening nature.  He is described as heavy set, in his 30s, black, wearing black pants, a black T-shirt, white tennis shoes, gloves, a camouflage hat and sunglasses.  Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Paul Hardin at 972-547-2742.