MAN WHO CRASHED SUV IN FORT WORTH WAS APPARENT VICTIM OF STABBING
Investigators said a 37–year-old man who died late Wednesday after his SUV crashed into a pickup parked in a driveway was the victim of a stabbing, the Star-Telegram reports. His SUV pushed the pickup into a house. Police who were called to the 7800 block of Trimble Drive about 11 p.m. Wednesday initially thought that they were dealing with a serious wreck but called for homicide investigators after medical personnel said the driver appeared to have been stabbed, said Sgt. Pedro Criado, a police spokesman. Click here to read this story from the Star-Telegram.
MAN INDICTED IN DALLAS OFFICER'S FATAL SHOOTING
The man accused of killing a Dallas police Senior Cpl. Norm Smith has been indicted. A Dallas grand jury indicted Charles Payne on capital murder and drug possession charges Thursday. The veteran police officer was shot and killed when he and other officers tried to serve a felony warrant for aggravated assault at an apartment complex in Oak Cliff.
PICTURE PERFECT ROBBER
Balch Springs police fear someone will get hurt if they don't catch a violent robbery suspect soon. The suspect has robbed the Valero gas station on June Road in Balch Springs twice in less than a week. He is also the suspect in a Feb. 9 robbery in Mesquite. In each case, police said the man is becoming more violent. In the second robbery, the clerk told investigators he had a knife, and in the third, he brandished a handgun. Click here to read this story on NBCDFW.