Daily Crime Blotter

Here's a daily list of crimes across North Texas compiled on Jan. 19, 2009.

Hit-And-Run Leaves Three Critically Injured in Arlington
Arlington police are searching for two people who ran from a hit-and-run crash in Arlington overnight Sunday that left three people in critical condition. Police said the driver of a Ford Mustang slammed into an SUV, causing both vehicles to roll off of state Highway 360.  Four people in the SUV were transported to area hospitals while two people in the Mustang fled the scene on foot.  The pair are still on the loose.

Man Collapses Dies, After Being Shot in Arlington
A 43-year-old man was shot and killed in Arlington Sunday evening.  Police said the man was apparently shot inside an apartment complex and ran past several buildings before collapsing and dying.  The man, whose identity has not been revealed, was found on the 2400-block of Hollandale Circle shortly before 7 p.m.  Read more on the Star-Telegram.com

Soldier on Leave Found With Throat Cut in Dallas
A solider is recovering in a Dallas hospital after his throat was cut from ear to ear. Ramiro Campozano, 37, and his ex-wife, Twanna Hall, 30, were out drinking when Campozano stepped out of their vehicle to vomit.  After a few minutes, Hall went to check on Campozano and found him in a pool of his own blood. Hall told police she wasn't sure how Campozano's injured his throat, but the parking lot was covered in broken, jagged glass and said it is possible that he fell.  Campozano's brother said that isn't a likely scenario. Dallas police are looking into the matter. The solider was to return to Iraq from a 30-day leave on Monday. Read more at DallasNews.com

Little Elm Senior Found Shot Dead in Car
Ryan Cook, 17, of Little Elm, was found shot to death in his car early Sunday morning in the community pool parking lot at the Villages of Woodlake. "We have not recovered a weapon. The deceased's personal belongings were still inside the vehicle, so at this point we don't have motive or a suspect," said Lt. Greg Wilkerson, with the Little Elm Police Department.
Read more on NBCDFW.com

Investigation Continues into Body Found on Fire
The Dallas County medical examiner is trying to find out more about a man burned to death over the weekend. Dallas firefighters rushed to put out what they thought was a small trash fire -- only to find out it was the body of 51-year-old Willie Rowe of Dallas. Police have no motive or suspects in Rowe's death.

Man Shot, Killed in Umphress Park
Dallas police are searching for the gunman who shot and killed a man late Saturday night.  Officers found the man in Umphress Park just before 10 p.m.  He was taken to Baylor Hospital in Dallas where he was pronounced dead.  So far, police have revealed no motive or suspect.

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