Early Thursday morning around 1:45 AM a Greenville Officer got in pursuit with a vehicle around the I-30/Moulton Street area. The vehicle took off from the officer refusing to stop.
The vehicle eventually took off on I-30 Westbound towards the Caddo Mills area, where the vehicle was turning its lights on and off trying to lose the Greenville Officer.
The chase finally made it to the Royse City area, where the vehicle came to a stop and one subject took off running. The runner was eventually located by Greenville & Royse City Officers and placed into custody. There was another subject in the vehicle that was also arrested..
Subjects are pictured below with book in reports attached:
UPDATE: The child has been located and is safe at this time. 12:35 A.M.
We would like to thank all of the agencies who responded to this incident so quickly and assisted in locating this child, Rockwall County Sheriff’s Office, Fate DPS, Royse City FD, and all the members of the Northeast Texas Child Abduction Response Team. As the saying goes, its takes a village. We couldn’t do it without everyone’s help. God bless you all.
On this date at approximately 9:56 PM, Royse City Officers were dispatched to 7000 W I-30, Cypress Creek Apartments in reference to a possible abduction. Upon arrival, officers were told that a w/m, approximately 60 years of age, balding hair line was seen handcuffing what appeared to be a small child in the front passenger seat of a car.
The reporting party states that the child appeared to be 7-8 years of age, w/f, with brown straight hair. The male subject was observed pushing the child by her head down as the vehicle was leaving the complex. The suspect vehicle is believed to be a dark blue or black in color BMW 4-Dr sedan.
Anyone with any information of tonight’s incident, please contact our dispatch at 972-204-7001, Rockwall Sheriff’s Office.
WHITE SETTLEMENT, Texas — Two people were killed and another is in critical condition Sunday morning after a shooting at a Texas church.
The shooting took place at the West Freeway Church of Christ in White Settlement near Fort Worth, KTVT said in a tweet.
MedStar spokeswoman Macara Trusty told The Dallas Morning News that one person died at the scene of the shooting, one person died en route to a hospital, and another person was taken to an area hospital in critical condition.
Here are the latest updates:
Update 1:40 p.m. EST Dec. 29: According to KTVT a witness said the gunman walked up to a server during communion and opened fire. According to the witness, another church member shot the suspect.
“It was the most scariest thing. You feel like your life is flashing before you. I was so worried about my little one,” Isabel Arreola told the television station.
Update 1:13 p.m. EST Dec. 29: The church was live-streaming its service at the time of the attack, according to WFAA. Parishioners at the mostly full church appeared to duck behind pews and covered their heads, according to the livestream.
The suspected shooter was among the people taken to the hospital, authorities said.
Sadly, for the second time in the past week, a Houston-area police officer has died while on duty. The Harris County Sheriff’s Office has issued a Blue Alert for the person suspected in her death.
Tavores Dewayne Henderson, 21, is wanted in connection to this case. He is a Black male, 5′ 7″, 130 pounds. He may be armed.
According to a report, Nassau Bay Police Sergeant Kaila Sullivan, 43, was killed during a traffic stop Tuesday night. Authorities say that Sullivan and other officers were trying to make an arrest when the suspect resisted and drove away, striking Sullivan.
Anyone with details on the whereabouts of Henderson should contact law enforcement immediately. Do not approach the suspect yourself.
What is a Blue Alert:
The Blue Alert Foundation, Inc., has developed the BLUE ALERT system to help Law Enforcement the means to speed the apprehension of violent criminals who kill or seriously injure local, state, or federal law enforcement officers. We are working with different organizations to get the word out Nationwide. Based upon the success of the Amber and Silver Alerts and using the same notification system, Concerns of Police Survivors is asking law enforcement officers, agencies, and survivors to help put the “Blue Alert” into effect nationwide. As you may know, the Amber Alert is in effect for missing children and the Silver Alert is for missing senior citizens. These alerts function in many states across the nation. The Blue Alert will provide the means to speed the apprehension of violent criminals who kill or seriously injure local, state, or federal law enforcement officers. Below are the states that currently have the Blue Alert and the date implemented: 34 States as of June 19, 2019
Nassau Bay, TX – On December 10, 2019, at approximately 8:30 p.m., Nassau Bay police officers made a traffic stop in the parking lot of an apartment complex at 2002 San Sebastian Court. The driver was found to be wanted on a warrant out of Harris County for assault on a family member. During the arrest, the suspect fought with officers and was able to break free and re-enter the vehicle. The suspect then drove away, striking Sgt. Kaila Sullivan with the vehicle. Sgt. Sullivan suffered injuries and EMS was called to the scene where CPR was started. She was transported by ambulance to HCA Houston Clear Lake Hospital where she passed away. The suspect vehicle was located a short distance from the original traffic stop. Webster Police Department and Harris County Sheriff Office are assisting with the investigation. Harris County Sheriff’s Office will be leading the investigation.
Sgt. Sullivan was 43 years old and a resident of Friendswood, Texas. December 27th would have been her 16th anniversary with the City of Nassau Bay Police Department.
Deputies are actively searching for the suspect, Tavores Dewayne Henderson (picture in comments), 21, in connection with the death of Sgt. Sullivan. If you have any information or tips, please contact the Harris County Sheriff’s Office Homicide Line at 713-274-9100.
NASSAU BAY, Texas — A Texas police sergeant was killed when a man wanted on a domestic violence warrant fled from a traffic stop and struck her with his vehicle, police said.
The search continued early Wednesday for the man, who police said likely still has one handcuff attached to his wrist. Police have not released his name.
Nassau Bay police Sgt. Kaila Sullivan was assisting in a traffic stop Tuesday night at an apartment complex when police discovered the driver had an outstanding warrant for assault on a family member, Nassau Bay Police Chief Tim Cromie said.
The driver escaped the officers then drove off in his vehicle, striking Sullivan, who later died at a hospital, Cromie said. The vehicle was discovered abandoned as the suspect eluded capture.
Sullivan, 43, was approaching her 16-year anniversary with the Nassau Bay Police Department and had worked on the night shift, Cromie said, calling her “a consummate professional in police work.”
“She was a police officer at heart. She came to work every day, she enjoyed the job,” he said. “Her blood ran blue. She was a police officer’s police officer.”
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office is leading the search for the suspect. Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said Sullivan’s death was “another grim reminder” of how dangerous police work can be, noting that the community is still mourning the Saturday death of an Houston Sargent, and the September Shooting of an Harris County Deputy.
At the time of this report deputies in southeast Houston are engaged in a standoff at the home of the suspect’s mother. Law enforcement authorities believe the wanted man is inside the home, refusing to surrender. SWAT has the home surrounded and investigators are working on a search warrant for the residence.
On December 4th, 2019 at approximately 10:00 a.m. a Deputy with the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office was made aware that the Department of Public Safety was attempting to catch up to a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed eastbound on Interstate 30.
The suspect vehicle passed the Deputy at a high rate of speed and a pursuit was initiated which continued eastbound on Interstate 30 with the suspect passing other motorists on the shoulder of the road. The pursuit reached speeds in excess of 115 mph until the suspect exited SH 50 proceeding southbound in the northbound lanes. The suspect attempted to turn on to FM 2736 where he failed to navigate the turn and crashed in the ditch disabling the vehicle. The suspect then fled on foot and was pursued by the Deputy along with assistance from the Greenville Police Department. As the foot pursuit continued across a pasture a local homeowner exited his tractor and prevented the suspect from crossing a fence. The suspect was apprehended moments later without further incident. The suspect was evaluated at the scene by AMR and released at which time he was transported to the Hunt County Detention Center.
The suspect was identified as Troyce Landon Jr. a 21 year old male from Glen Heights Texas. Mr. Landon was booked in on charges of Evading Arrest/Detention with a vehicle and Evading Arrest and bond has been set at $14,000.00 for both charges.
Sheriff Meeks stated: “This suspect showed a complete lack of regard for the safety of anyone on the road and this could have gone very different. I am thankful that no one was injured. I would like to thank the Greenville Police Department as well as the homeowner who assisted in the apprehension of the suspect”.
Emergency personnel have been busy over the weekend in Hunt County.
On Friday night Hunt County EMS along with Caddo Mills Fire responded to the area of I-30 near mile marker 89 for reports of a motorcycle accident. Upon arrival units found the bike and rider in the ditch. Reports from one caller were the bike hit a Coyote causing the motorcycle to wreck, this has yet to be confirmed. Unfortunately the rider passed away from his injuries.
On Saturday Hunt County EMS along with Greenville Fire were dispatched to the area of I-30 service road near Joe Gibsons for reports of another biker down. Upon arrival the biker was Unconscious but breathing, AirEvac out of Greenville was put on standby. Sadly once the helicopter was launched EMS stated that CPR was in progress, later finding out that this rider passed away from their injuries also.
It is exactly unknown at this time besides the initial dispatch, on what exactly caused either accident, as that is still being investigated.
We want to give our condolences to both families, and all involved in these over the weekend fatality accidents.
September 23rd, 2007 was the last day that anyone has heard from Lisa Lee Chandler who resided in the 5500 block of SH 34 North, Wolfe City Texas.
Alice Marie Johnson, Lisa’s mother, has stated in the past that she became worried about her when she was not answering her phone and they made the decision to drive from Starks Louisiana to check on her welfare. Upon arrival they could not locate Lisa and nothing in her residence appeared out of the ordinary, her vehicle was in the driveway and her dog was running loose in the yard. Mrs. Johnson stated that this was very odd and she filed a missing persons report.
In the past 12 years this investigation has included searches in and around the area Lisa Chandler resided, numerous interviews with people who knew Lisa and wide spread media coverage within the past year. Unfortunately, even with all that nothing of evidentiary value has brought investigators any closer to finding Lisa Chandler or what happened on September 23rd, 2007.
Sheriff Meeks stated: “I feel without a doubt that someone in or around Wolfe City knows something about Lisa Chandler. We have learned that a lot of her known associates were in that area at the time she disappeared and some of them people may still live here. Please, if you have any information contact Sgt. Jeff Haines with the Sheriff’s Office who is actively investigating this case”.
Sgt. Jeff Haines can be contacted at 903-453-6809 or via email at HYPERLINK “mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org” email@example.com
Or you can submit a tip through Hunt County Crime Stoppers and remain anonymous at 903-457-2929.
According to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, a Texas man was injured in a motorcycle accident that occurred on September,1, 2019 at approximately 3:15pm on State Highway 1, approximately three miles east of United State Highway 259 in LeFlore County.
According to the report, a 2002 Harley Davidson Motorcycle driven by Brian Ruth 63, of Greenville, Texas was westbound on SH1, when he failed to negotiate curve and struck the guard rail.
Ruth was transported by Life Flight to UAMS in Little Rock, Arkansas and was admitted in stable condition with arm and leg injuries.
The accident was investigated by OHP and the LeFlore County Sheriff’s Office.
On August 28th, 2019 at approximately 7:30 p.m. the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a Missing Person in the 4100 block of County Road 4111, Campbell Texas. Deputies were informed that Clarence Warren, 74 years of age, had left the residence on foot and they were not able to locate him or contact him by cell phone.
On August 29th, 2019 Lt. Roger Seals with the Criminal Investigation Division notified the Northeast Texas Child Abduction Response Team (CART) and the East Texas Regional Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) for assistance. Both groups responded and a large scale search was conducted in the area that Mr. Warren was last seen by family. This search covered over 100 acres and consisted of over 100 volunteers trained in search and rescue as well as drones, ATV’s, Mounted Unit, and K-9 teams.
Mark 9 Search and Rescue K9 team located Mr. Warren several hours into the search. Unfortunately, Mr. Warren was deceased at the time he was located.
Sheriff Randy Meeks and the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office want to thank the Northeast Texas Child Abduction Response Team (CART), East Texas Regional Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), Lone Star Search and Rescue, MARK9 k-9 teams, the Texas Department Criminal Justice K-9 Unit, Royse City Police Department, Constable Terry Jones, the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office Posse, and the Campbell Volunteer Fire Department for all of their expertise and assistance in the search effort. The Hunt County Sheriff’s Office also wishes to thank Dallas Millwork Company in Campbell for providing space for a staging area.
Sheriff Randy Meeks stated: “This is not the outcome that we hoped for and our thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Warren’s family for their loss. I personally want to thank everyone that assisted in the search and for not giving up. The CART team and CERT team provide resources and manpower that are not available to us on a daily basis and their response was incredible”.