Daily Police Blotter

Teen Pleads Guilty to Fatally Stabbing Girlfriend's Mom 
A suburban Fort Worth teenager has pleaded guilty to murder in the stabbing his girlfriend's mother. Paul Allen Henson Jr., a 17-year-old from Haslet who entered his plea as an adult, would have faced a capital murder charge that carried a sentence of life in prison. He was sentenced to 60 years Tuesday in the slaying of 43-year-old Susan Bailey. Click here to read this story on NBCDFW.com. 

Man Fatally Shot After Sports Bar Disturbance
Dallas police are searching for suspects in the fatal shooting of a man early Wednesday outside the Passions Sports Bar located in the 1900 block of Fort Worth Avenue.  Police said there was a large disturbance that spilled out into the parking lot and street. At least one man pulled a handgun and opened fire striking the victim. The victim tried to flee but only made it across the street and a few hundred feet before he collapsed and died. 

Suspected Bank Robber Arrested After Chase
A police chase ended in a crash early Wednesday and a suspected bank robber taken into custody, Dallas police said. It began after officers responded to a disturbance call in the 14900 block of Preston Road.  A witness told police that Alexander Muriuki, who was sitting in a car, was wanted for a bank robbery.  Muriuki took off when he saw police, but crashed a short time later. Police said the 31-year-old Plano resident had multiple IDs in his car and was wanted on a warrant in Collin County.

Family's Pet Mutilated, Left in Field
The Denton County Sheriff's office is looking for the person who tortured and killed a family's pet. The body of the mutilated dog was found in a field not far from the family's home in Cross Roads, the SPCA of Texas said. The organization is offering a $5,000 reward for information that leads to a conviction for the animal's death.

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