Here's a daily list of crimes across North Texas compiled on May 7, 2009.
POLICE CHASE ENDS IN FATAL CRASH
A police chase ended with a fatal crash in Denton County early Thursday morning. It started in Denton after officers tried to stop a driver for speeding. The driver led police down Interstate 35 toward Sanger where he eventually lost control and ended up flipping the car several times. The driver died after he was thrown from the vehicle.
DENTON POLICE ARREST HOME INVASION SUSPECTS
Denton Police investigators arrested four men Wednesday in connection with a home invasion style robbery that occurred in late April. Two of the four suspects were located and arrested after a team of investigators executed three search warrants in Denton and Sanger. The other two suspects were arrested later in the afternoon at a bus depot while waiting to board a South Texas bound bus. Jose Luis Gloria, Omodeji Igunnu, Keith Eric Polite, James Scott Farris and Omodeji Igunnu have been charged with aggravated robbery.
DALLAS MAN CLAIMING TO BE A JOB RECRUITER ARRESTED
Monroe police say a Dallas man scammed truck drivers throughout the area and as far away as Vicksburg, Miss. Investigators say 43-year-old Leonard McMorris misrepresented himself to Monroe-area residents as a job recruiter for two pipeline companies. He's held on a theft charge without bail at the Ouachita Correctional Center. Click here to read this story on NBCDFW.com.
BURGLARS STRIKE VETERINARY OFFICE TWICE
A Dallas veterinarian office hopes surveillance video helps track the burglars who hit the place once then came back for more.
Security video outside City Vet on McKinney Avenue shows the suspects breaking the glass and entering the building, then coming out with electronics. The same office was just broken into six weeks ago, and all of the equipment that was stolen then had just been replaced. The vet is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction.