Daily Police Blotter

Here's a daily list of recent activities drawing the attention of North Texas law enforcement. List compiled on June 9, 2009.

Worker Electrocuted In Duncanville
A worker was electrocuted as he stood inside a mechanical arm lift that struck overhead electrical lines near Interstate 20 and Camp Wisdom Road in Duncanville. There was no word on what company the man was working for or what caused the equipment to hit the lines. The man was treated at the scene and released. The accident is under investigation.

Baby, Passengers Injured After 14-Year-Old Driver Crashes
A 14-year-old driver hit a pole in a single car crash that injured four people, including a baby in Pleasant Grove, Dallas police said. The wreck happened at about 3 a.m. Tuesday when the boy lost control of a Surburban on Jim Miller Road near Bruton Road, police said. The vehicle jumped a curb, hit a power pole, and then slammed into a fence. Police said the baby was in a car seat, but it was not belted into place. The teenager was cited for driving without a license and insurance. None of the injuries appeared to be life threatening.

Boy Tries To Pull Father From Lake
A 6-year-old boy tried to pull his father from Lake Ray Hubbard Monday, as the man floated face down in the water,  the Dallas Morning News reported.  Officers spotted the child pulling Gedion Theodros, 37, at about 8:40 p.m. near a boat ramp at Robertson Park. An officer gave Theodros CPR, but he later died at Presbyterian Hospital of Rockwall.  Dallas police said they are trying to figure out why Theodros and his son were at the lake because there wasn't a boat nearby and they didn't appear to be swimming.  The Dallas Medical Examiner has not released a cause of death. 

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