Here's a daily list of crimes across North Texas compiled on May 18, 2009.
POLICE SEEK MAN WHO ALLEGEDLY GUNNED DOWN EX-GIRLFRIEND
Police are searching for a man accused of chasing his 29-year-old ex-girlfriend into a convenience store and shooting her multiple times. Candalin Daniels and her relatives were walking into a convenience store on Horne Street Friday night when her ex-boyfriend fired a shot through the store's front door as she entered, Fort Worth police. Police said the man shot Daniels multiple times after he followed her into the store. Click here to read this story on NBCDFW.com.
POLICE: WOMAN SHOOTS HUSBAND, LEAVES HIM IN GARAGE
A woman told the managers of her apartment complex Friday that she killed her husband and left him in the garage, Euless police said. Police received a call from the managers of the complex in the 2100 block of Bear Creek Parkway at 11:27 a.m. When officers contacted Patricia A. Jeffress, 51, she led them to the garage where she showed them the body of her husband, police said. The 59-year-old man had a single gunshot wound to the head. Jeffress was arrested and charged with murder. Police said there were not any previous reports of disturbances at that address.
DAY CARE DIRECTOR CHARGED WITH SEXUAL ASSAULT
Authorities have charged the director of a North Texas Christian day care with the sexual assault of a child at the school. Garland police arrested 55-year-old Cesar Najera-Zavala on Monday. Officials say the victim was a girl under 10 years old. Najera-Zavala goes by Pastor and is the director of the Amiel Christian School. Click here to read this story on NBCDFW.com.
BOY ACCIDENTALLY SHOOTS HIMSELF, WITNESSES SAY
Fort Worth police are investigating a shooting involving an 11-year-old boy. Witnesses said the child accidentally shot himself in the chest or stomach around 7 p.m. Sunday at the Southgate Manor Apartments on East Seminary. Investigators are questioning a teenager who was with the boy to find out how it happened. The boy was taken to a hospital where he was listed in serious condition.
BLOWN OUT TIRE THWARTS CHASE SUSPECT
A blown-out tire brought a high-speed chase to an abrupt stop Monday morning in Dallas, Arlington police said. It all began at about 1 a.m. when police were called to a Whataburger at Collins and Interstate 20 to deal with a man causing trouble. The man had moved to the parking lot of Jack in the Box when police arrived, and police said he took off as the officers pulled up. The man darted down I-20 at speeds more than 100 mph before blowing a tire on Beckley Street in Dallas, where he was arrested.