Dallas Cops Indicted, Concealed Carry Expanded, Your Thursday Morning Roundup

Good morning. Here is a look at the top headlines as we start the day.Weather: Mostly cloudy and cold. Low: 39 degrees. High: 45 degrees. Wind: NW 10-20 mph.Do you want to get this roundup via email? Sign up for our newsletters here.2 Dallas officers helped nightclub magnate who laundered money, allowed drug sales, feds sayCash flowed through Alfredo Navarro Hinojosa's nightclubs, and on some weekends, so did hundreds of baggies of cocaine, according to a federal indictment filed this week.Two Dallas police officers used their positions to benefit Hinojosa, his 40 clubs across North Texas and his illegal activities, which included money laundering and profiting from customers who bought drugs at his businesses, according to the indictment.Hinojosa; the officers, who worked for him while off duty; and eight others were indicted.The officers, who have since left the department, pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI before this week's indictment. They face up to five years in prison.Court records allege that the officers used their law enforcement jobs and connections to keep Hinojosa, 57, and his employees out of trouble and attempted to impede local and federal criminal investigations.Crime: Four women have been assaulted while walking home in Oak Lawn and Uptown in last 14 months, police say.Courts: The former mayor of Princeton pleaded guilty this week to threatening a woman with a gun.Robbery: Dallas police are looking for a man with a cross tattoo on his cheek who robbed a Chase bank in Dallas on Monday.  Continue reading...

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