Here's a daily list of recent activities drawing the attention of North Texas law enforcement. List compiled on July 27, 2009
FAMILY STILL SEARCHING FOR MISSING TEEN
Luke Dillier (see photo), 15, is still missing after he left from his home on Friday. Luke was last seen in Dallas around Spring Valley, his family said. The police are classifying him as a runaway but his family has set up Twitter and Facebook accounts with his photo hoping that somebody will notice him and send him back home. Dillier is 6 feet 2 inches tall and weighs about 200 pounds. He was last seen in a blue and green striped polo shirt and long khaki pants.
ONE DEAD, TWO INJURED IN AZLE CAR WRECK
A major crash on Farm Road 730 at Wood Valley in Azle left one person dead and two in serious condition Sunday, police said. The names of those involved have not yet been revealed.
CLUB SHOOTING LEAVES TWO MEN INJURED
Two men were shot after a fight at Club Level 5 in northwest Dallas Monday morning, Dallas police said. One man pulled a pistol and opened fire as the victims ran toward the club. Two people were shot and suffered non life-threatening injuries. Off-duty Dallas police officers working at the club chased and arrested the shooter. Police are unsure what sparked the altercation.
SUSPECTED ROBBER USES TAXI AS GETAWAY CAR
One person is in police custody after being accused of using a taxi as a getaway car during a North Texas hotel robbery, Fort Worth Star-Telegram.com reports. Shortly before 5 a.m., a woman who entered the Holiday Inn at 8703 East R.L. Thornton Freeway and asked a man to escort her outside. The woman then robbed the man with the assistance of an accomplice who was waiting outside, police said. The woman was taken into custody Monday after authorities used the taxi's GPS system to track down the cab. The woman is being questioned by police. According to Dallas police Senior Cpl. Keven Janse, the woman had two accomplices who are still at large.
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CARJACKERS JUMP MOTORIST BEFORE STEALING SUV
A 28-year-old driver suffered a puncture wound to his shoulder and scrapes to his face after carjackers pulled him from his Ford Explorer Sunday and repeatedly beat him before driving of with this vehicle, police said. The robbery was reported Sunday on the 2700 block of Clinton Avenue, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.com reports. As of Sunday evening, no arrests had been made.