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Police Blotter: Man Robs Popeyes at Gunpoint



    Police Blotter: Man Robs Popeyes at Gunpoint
    Waxahachie Police Department
    Waxahachie police released this surveillance photo of a robbery suspect. The man is accused of robbing a Popeyes fast food restaurant at gunpoint on Thursday night.

    Here's a list of recent activities drawing the attention of Texas law enforcement. List compiled on May 23, 2014.

    Man Robs Popeyes at Gunpoint

    Police are looking for a man who robbed a Popeyes fast food restaurant on the 1600 block of North Highway 77 in Waxahachie. Officers said the man walked in, pointed a gun at employees and demanded cash late Thursday night. Waxahachie police released surveillance photos of the suspect in hopes of finding him.

    Man Shot, Killed in Dallas Apartment
    Dallas police are looking for the gunmen who shot and killed a man at about 9:30 p.m. Friday.  Officers found the man dead at the Good Haven Apartments on High Hill Place. Witnesses told police several men went into the apartment and shot the victim. The identity of the victim has not yet been identified.  Police have named no suspects in the shooting and the motive is unclear.

    Motorcycle Rider Killed in Crash on I-35E
    A man has died after an overnight motorcycle crash.  The rider crashed on Interstate 35E at the Dallas North Tollway when he ran into the back of an 18-wheeler that had stopped on the shoulder after breaking down. Paramedics rushed the injured rider to an area hospital where he later died.  His identity has not yet been confirmed.

    Teen Shot, Robbery Investigated in Arlington
    The victims of an attempted armed robbery tell NBC 5 they were held up by four youths, one of whom accidentally shot his own accomplice during a struggle for a weapon early Friday morning. A teen suffering multiple gunshot wounds arrived at Arlington Memorial Hospital shortly after the reported robbery attempt and was transported by air ambulance to Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth with serious injuries. Read more here.