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Police unions show support to keep Chief Eddie Garcia in Dallas

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-05-10 22:43:37

SUMMARY: Dallas police unions are rallying behind police chief Eddie Garcia amidst interest from Austin and Houston. They are working with city officials to present the best offer to Garcia, hoping he will stay in Dallas. The city cannot offer him a contract due to the City Charter, but alternatives like an employee agreement or performance-based bonuses are being considered. Garcia's leadership has led to a decrease in crime rates, and all police associations are united in their efforts to retain him. While details of the proposal remain confidential, talks with Garcia have been positive, and they hope for a decision soon.

Multiple police unions stood together Friday, saying they've been working behind the scenes with the city of Dallas to put together an incentive package to try and retain the chief. The group confirmed Chief Garcia is going over a proposal with his legal team, and now he has a decision to make.

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Family of victim hopes 17-year-old murder suspect is arrested ‘before another person has to suffer’

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-06-15 21:36:31

SUMMARY: Relatives of one of two victims of a teenager wanted for separate Dallas murders are speaking out. Dallas Police seek public assistance to locate 17-year-old Pablo Valise, accused of killing a 16-year-old boy on May 2nd and 27-year-old Azo Jones on December 11th, both in Pleasant Grove. Jones's family, devastated, shared he was newly engaged and planning to start a family. His loss also shattered their dreams for the future, including becoming grandparents. Police obtained a court order to publicize Valise's information since he was 16 at the time of both murders. Tips on Valise's whereabouts should be reported to Dallas Police.

17-year-old Pablo Veliz is wanted in connection to two murders in Dallas' Pleasant Grove neighborhood, including 27-year-old Aarzo Jones. Jones' family said they hope Veliz can be found before anyone else is killed.

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Trailer filled with props stolen from Royse City dance studio

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-06-15 21:29:21

SUMMARY: The Rockwell County Sheriff's Office is seeking the thief who stole a trailer filled with props from a local dance studio. Surveillance footage captured the crime, which has severely impacted the dance studio just days before a national competition. The stolen trailer contained essential props for the dance routines, and its absence is a significant setback. Brent Stevenson's daughter dances at the studio, and he was the last to see the trailer after a recital on Sunday. The sheriff's office only has a partial license plate of the suspect's truck. The community is rallying to help rebuild the stolen items before the competition.

The Rockwall County Sheriff's Office is looking for and information to help track down a trailer stolen from a local dance studio.

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Premature infant found abandoned near bayou in W Harris County

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-06-15 18:08:40

SUMMARY: A newborn baby girl, mere hours old with the umbilical cord still attached, was abandoned on CM Martin Drive in Harris County, near North Fry Road. Captured by home security cameras, a man placed the baby on a trail and fled. Thankfully, a family walking by noticed the newborn and immediately called 911, potentially saving her life. The baby, now in the hospital, is reported to be in very good condition. Authorities are investigating to find and charge the individual responsible for the abandonment under child endangerment and abandonment laws. The Baby Moses law allows parents to safely surrender a child under 60 days old at designated safe places.

A premature infant girl was found abandoned near a bayou in west Harris County, according to Harris County Sheriff’s deputies.
Deputies responded to the 5500 block of Casa Martin around 9 a.m., where they discovered the infant. The baby, still with the umbilical cord attached, was found wrapped in a blanket.

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