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FOX 4 News Crime Files: Week of February 18

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www.youtube.com – FOX 4 Dallas-Fort Worth – 2024-02-24 14:24:08

SUMMARY: Three armed student officers were wounded during a shooting at a charter school in Mesquite, TX. Police have revealed that the student wanted to hurt people, and officers fired 19 rounds at him after he refused to put down his gun. The student, who is now in a juvenile detention facility, did not fire his weapon and his motive is still under investigation. In another incident, a man stole $450 from a Girl Scout selling cookies outside a Walmart in Fort Worth. The suspect was caught on surveillance and police are asking for help in identifying him. Additionally, a rideshare driver was found murdered in Dallas, and the suspect in custody was out on parole for aggravated robbery. Social media helped authorities in Collin County identify an alleged fentanyl dealer who is being charged with murder after a woman overdosed on pills he sold her. Police are cracking down on fentanyl distribution in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, where it is becoming a significant problem.

Here are the top crime stories for the week of February 18, 2024: Police said the teen who brought gun to a Mesquite school “wanted to hurt people,” Fort Worth thief swipes nearly $500 from Girl Scouts, rideshare driver killed in South Dallas shooting, Dallas police said an armed robbery suspect fired 11 times at officers outside an illegal game room, and ,an charged with murder in fentanyl overdose of Collin County woman.

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For the love of Lucille | Eat Like a Local with Chris Shepherd, Ep. 20

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-02-24 10:30:28

SUMMARY: Today on “Eat Like a Local,” we visit Emancipation Park and R Market El Dorado Ballroom to talk to Chris Williams, who is building his community through food. He shares his journey from working in London to starting Lucille’s 1913 and Ratt Market, feeding First Responders and elders in food deserts in Houston. Williams believes in providing dignity through food and community engagement. Late August will be their new venture, offering playful and sharable dishes with African and Mexican influences. The flagship restaurant, Lucille’s, serves delicious dishes like chili biscuits, hot rolls, catfish and grits, and fried chicken, honoring his great-grandmother’s legacy. Williams is dedicated to serving the community and shining a light on underrepresented neighborhoods. Follow them on Instagram at eatlikealocalTX.

In this episode, Shepherd sits down with Chris Williams to hear the stories of Lucille’s, his nonprofit organization Lucille’s 1913, Eldorado Ballroom and Rado Market which sit next to Houston’s Emancipation Park, and Williams’ most recent endeavor Late August.

Watch all episodes here: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEhVl49rMiN_Z_9CxX9a36cEpgrqAjTYd&si=9EjYE4-RYvKGcjxt

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CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Houston Buddhist temple desecrated by four thieves who make off with almost no…

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www.youtube.com – KPRC 2 Click2Houston – 2024-02-23 23:10:20

SUMMARY: A Buddhist temple in Texas was vandalized by four suspected thieves who caused significant damage. The incident was caught on camera and a volunteer who witnessed the break-in spoke out against the perpetrators. The thieves were unable to find any money as the temple is mainly operated by donations. The volunteer called 9-1-1 but the thieves escaped before police arrived. Although no one was harmed, the temple will need costly repairs. The volunteer hopes the thieves will be caught to prevent similar incidents. The thieves only managed to steal a small sum of donation money.

During normal hours of operation, the Texas Guandi Temple is open to everyone who wants to come and pray especially around this time as they celebrate the Chinese New Year, but when four unknown males came in Wednesday afternoon, one of the volunteers immediately sensed something was wrong, and he was right.

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