Police Blotter: Wal-Mart 'Peeping Tom'

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    Here's a daily list of recent activities drawing the attention of North Texas and Texas law enforcement. List compiled on June 24, 2010.

    WAL-MART ‘PEEPING TOM’
    A woman shopping at a Dallas Wal-Mart on Tuesday, told police a ‘peeping tom’ used a camera attached to his shoe to look up her dress. The incident happened at the Wal-Mart off Interstate-30 and Cockrell Hill. Police say a 38-year-old woman was shopping at the store when a man approached her and got a little too close. “He was actually sliding his foot between her legs, as if to try to look up her skirt with a shoe; which had a hole in it,” said Dallas Police Department Sr. Cpl. Kevin Janse. The woman told police she confronted the man after noticing his shoes and called police. The woman told police the man took the camera out of his shoe and ran out of the Wal-Mart. Police are searching for the man who could face felony charges. 

    FORT WORTH OFFICER AND RESIDENT SHOT
    Fort Worth police said an officer and a homeowner suffered non-life threatening injuries when both were struck by pellets from a shotgun after a home invasion attempt on the 2600 block of Northwest 28th Street. (Read more on NBCDFW.com)

    BODY FOUND IN A CAR AT A GARLAND CHURCH
    The body of a female was found Thursday morning in the front seat of vehicle sitting in a church parking lot. A grounds keeper of Peace Lutheran Church in Garland called 9-1-1 after he saw a lady lying in the front seat of a car. The pastor of the church arrived on the scene and told police the woman was not a member of the church. Police identified the woman as Pearl Ramos Hernandez of Garland. Police said based on their observation of wounds to her body they believe she was murdered. The Dallas County medical examiner will determine the cause of death. 


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