Surveillance video from an apartment unit at The Domain showed the suspect sneaking inside the unit and carrying various items.
The officer in this case was also involved in another officer involved shooting last year.
No family members are named in the statement and it was sent from a law firm in Austin.
A 20-year-old UT student lied about being stabbed in West Campus on Monday, once he realized how expensive a medical bill would be.
“And she said, ‘Are you Harrison’s mom?’ and you could tell there was something bad going on at the other end,” Lori said.
The victim said she got into a white van believing it was her ride but soon after the driver took off, she received a text from the actual d…
Irving Police said on Twitter that there was an “active shooter.”
She told police she drove to an out-of-town hospital because she feared doctors would find out she had smoked crack cocaine and used heroin …
It’s unclear why she identified herself as Hillary Clinton.
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals says intellectual disabilities make him ineligible for execution.
The officer was booked into the Dallas County Jail at 8:36 a.m. Wednesday, after flying from Colombia to Dallas-Fort Worth Airport.
The lawsuit does not indicate whether other factors such as alcohol or drugs were contributing factors in all of the EPPD Officer-involved s…
The commander says Brown fired at responding officers trying to help paramedic William An (Ahn).
Students who grew up with Brown and his mom, a teacher at Graham ISD in North Texas, are trying to cope with his death as well.
The Domain in North Austin has become an alternative to downtown Austin; a destination for Austinites of all ages and walks of life.
The suit comes after parents of a 4-year-old child says she was sexually assaulted at Boone Elementary in February.
The small fliers show depict a black man holding a knife with the words, “Around blacks never relax!”
John W. Gose, 56, is also a former chemistry teacher.
Police say on June 5, 2016, John Mouton, 23, got into a fight with the victim over drugs and a possible stolen cellphone.
He faces up to 10 years in federal prison if convicted.