FORT WORTH MAN ACCUSED OF KILLING ESTRANGED WIFE
Police say a 41-year-old man who had been kicked out of the house after an alleged assault returned to fatally stab his wife multiple times with a kitchen knife as she and her four children slept. Abel Noe Dominguez was being held in the Mansfield Jail Monday night after being arrested on a murder warrant in the weekend death of Alma Garcia. Bond was set at $100,000. It was not immediately clear if Dominguez had an attorney. Click here to read this story on NBCDFW.com.
FW MAN SET TO DIE TUESDAY FOR DOUBLE SLAYING
A Fort Worth man convicted of opening fire with an assault rifle to gun down a woman and a friend after stalking her to collect a debt was headed to the Texas death chamber Tuesday night. James Edward Martinez, 34, was condemned for the 2000 fatal shootings of Sandra Walton, 29, whom he dated briefly, and Michael Humphreys, 19, a friend of the woman, outside her Fort Worth apartment complex. Martinez would be the 11th Texas inmate executed this year and the first of two set to die on consecutive nights this week. Click here to read this story on NBCDFW.com.
BURLESON POLICE SAY CAR BURGLARS FIND EASY TARGETS
Since Feb. 26 eight reports of vehicle burglaries have been reported that all have one common theme, Burleson police said. In many of the burglaries the vehicles were left unlocked or the owner left valuables out in open sight, police said. Police said dash or window mounted GPS units are frequently stolen items. Police said the majority of the reports were made on Feb. 26 in areas including the 700 block of Parkview, 900 block of Rolling Meadows, 900 block of Benjamin, and the 800 block of Peach.
POLICE RELEASE SKETCH IN ATTEMPTED CHILD ABDUCTION
Garland police released a sketch of a man who allegedly attempted to snatch a 15-month-old child from his mother's arms. The kidnapping attempt happened Tuesday just after noon in the 1800 block of South Third Street. The mother told police a man walked into her house through an open door and tried to take the boy. Click here to see the sketch and read this story on NBCDFW.com.
POLICE: TEAM OF THIEVES MAY BE BEHIND RASH OF ALLEN CAR BURGLARIES
Police say a team of thieves may be behind a rash of car burglaries in Allen. Almost a dozen car burglaries were reported within hours of each other in a single night. Police said they believe a team of thieves is responsible for at least 10 burglaries. Allen police said they all happened in the same general vicinity -- close to Stacy Road, Watters Road, Highway 121 and U.S. 75. Click here to read this story on NBCDFW.com.
OFFICERS SEIZE MORE THAN 100 MARIJUANA PLANTS FROM HOME
Police say they found more than 100 hydroponic marijuana plants inside a Fort Worth man's home. Officers seized 165 plants and about $20,000 worth of equipment from the home in the 3200 block of Gettysburg Drive. The homeowner, who was arrested, could face federal drug charges, police said. Hydroponic marijuana is grown in a nutrient-laden solution instead of soil. Click here to read this story at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.