Here's a daily list of random crimes across North Texas compiled on January 5, 2009.
INFANT DEATH INVESTIGATION CONTINUES
Fort Worth detectives are waiting for the results of an autopsy to determine how a 6-month-old baby died. The baby girl was rushed to Cook Children's Hospital Friday after she was unresponsive at an apartment in the Butler Housing subdivision. The baby dies Saturday morning. Crimes Against Children is investigating the case but for now no charges have been filed.
DALLAS SCHOOL BREAK-IN
Dallas police are looking for the second person involved in a school break-in. Officers say the door and door frame at the Dallas Services Building were broken. The non-profit school for children with disabilities is in the 4200 block of Office Parkway. Officers arrested 19-year-old Jason Giovanny was arrested and police are looking for a second person who was with him.
$57,000 LIMO STOLEN
Dallas police are searching for a thief who is riding around in style. Investigators say someone broke in to a storage unit at the Elegant Limo Service in the 3300 block of Forest Ln. on Sunday. The car thief took off with a 2006 Lincoln Limousine worth $57,000.
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PEDESTRIAN KILLED WALKING ACROSS THE HIGHWAY
McKinney police say a 45-year-old man was killed when he tried to cross a Collin County highway. Daniel Armijo was hit by a car in the 2000 block of northbound Central Expressway and died at the scene. McKinney police say no charges are expected against the driver of the car that hit Armijo.
CAR THIEF ARRESTED AFTER POLICE CHASE
A suspected car thief is behind bars after leading police in Balch Springs on a chase Sunday morning. It started just after 9 a.m. on the C.F. Hawn Freeway and ended in Henderson County. Police say the man was driving a stolen pick-up. No one was hurt and the man was taken into custody.
"KOUNTY KARAOKE PARTY BARN" SHUT DOWN
The Johnson County Sheriff's Office and Special Agents with the Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission busted up what's known as a "Dry Land Honky Tonk" near Godley. Sheriff Bob Alford served a search and arrest warrant to the Kountry Karaoke Party Barn on County Road 912. The warrant listed three separate charges including selling alcoholic beverages in a dry area, possessing alcoholic beverages in a dry area with intent to sell and operating an unregistered private club. Richard Barber and his wife Amy were arrested. Officers seized two kegs of beer and a large volume of distilled spirits. The warrant was served prior to the business opening for New Year's Eve festivities. "This is the type of warrant you want to serve as quickly as possible because you don't want to take the chance of allowing someone to get too much to drink, and then drive out of the location putting themselves and others or the property other people in danger," said Sheriff Alford.
POLICE: MAN SHOT IN APPARENT CASE OF ROAD RAGE
One man was shot in an apparent case of road rage in Arlington on Monday, police said. Investigators said the situation began on Division Street and ended with the shooting in a parking lot off Randol Mill. Police said the victim will survive. They said he was not cooperating with investigators.
MAN ROBS SAME BANK TWICE IN 3 DAYS, POLICE SAY
Dallas police are looking for a bank robber who hit a Wells Fargo bank twice in a span of three days. The latest robbery at the bank inside the Tom Thumb on Preston Road occurred Monday afternoon. Police said the robber wore a heavy jacket with the hood drawn tight. Investigators said the same man hit the in-store bank on Jan. 2. He wore a Rangers cap during that robbery, police said.
TRACKING DEVICE LEADS STOLEN LAPTOP
Police said a tracking device helped locate a laptop computer that was stolen from a Fort Worth school. The computer was stolen in October from Polytechnic High School. LoJack tracking technology led investigators to a house in Fort Worth, where they recovered the laptop.