Kennedy museum falsely denied its role in harassing conspiracy theorist Robert Groden.
Tom Corea, the disbarred Dallas attorney charged with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from clients, is currently in the Lew Sterrett Justice Center, where he's spent every day since a judge learned in November that he'd covered his former Design District office with penis graffiti. He'll b ... More >>
It's not entirely clear exactly what Quintessa Scott hoped to achieve yesterday evening by randomly thrusting herself at/grinding on customers trying to enter K S Beauty Supply at 9191 Forest Lane. If her goal was to scare away business, it was a success. Police say her unsolicited advances sent mul ... More >>
At 7:15 Sunday evening, 20-year-old Angel Nava was being led to the Lew Sterrett Justice Center infirmary by his two arresting officers, R. Chavez and M. Spence. The 20-year-old, right eye nearly swollen shut, had just been picked up on a warrant for harassing two Murphy cops. He began to struggle a ... More >>
Dallas PD just passed along word that former City Councilwoman Sandra Crenshaw was arrested today at about 4:45 p.m. at the downtown library on a theft warrant for a rental car. According to CBS 11, Crenshaw claimed she was having medical issues when officers arrested her and was taken to Baylor Me ... More >>
Love Field and TSA officials have a message for the public: STOP CARRYING GUNS THROUGH SECURITY. SERIOUSLY, GUYS. Fifteen travelers tried to carry guns through the Love Field security checkpoint this year -- that's compared to one person in the same period of time last year. Holy shit, right? That' ... More >>
Bradley Eyo, who was killed last weekendSome grim news with which to close out the year, almost ...The day after Christmas, Bradley Eyo was found shot to death on Barnes Bridge Road near Lake Ray Hubbard. But Dallas homicide detective and Garland police discovered during their investigation that ... More >>
Justin TerveenGood friend of the show Justin Terveen was kind enough to share this photo with the Friends of Unfair Park this morning -- a view of downtown taken from the trestle directly north of Lew Sterrett Justice Center, which rumbles over Stemmons. Look for the more ginormous version sooner ... More >>
This is just in from the Dallas Police Department concerning a home invasion that occurred last night, not far from W.W. Samuell High School. Long story short: Even if you think the bad guys, who'd committed their crime dressed in police uniforms, have returned to the scene of the violent crime n ... More >>
Jeffrey Thorn joined the Dallas Police Department in December 2008. During his probationary period, he was assigned to the Southeast Patrol Division. But, at this very moment, Thorn is in the Lew Sterrett Justice Center after having been arrested by Dallas police on a sexual assault charge today. ... More >>
There's only one thing tougher than running for Dallas County sheriff—getting people to care
The prison gang member and killer stands ready to clear his wife for his crimes
Did lack of manpower leave a felon on bail free to kill? Maybe. Sort of.
Still sounds like there's a lot of injustice taking place at the Lew Sterrett Justice Center. Sheriff Lupe Valdez recently told The Dallas Morning News that under her watch, the ever-beleagured jail has improved "400 percent." She should have told that to Jill and Conrad Galvin, the devoted parents ... More >>
Constable Mike Dupree deports his ex-lover to Honduras
Even Buzz finds something to smile about in 2006
It did not take long for U.S. District Judge Jerry Buchmeyer to rule on the immediate fate of jailed DISD teacher Miguel Arango, who was indicted last month on charges he touched a 6-year-old girl's vagina in front of his class in October. Less than 24 hours after Arango and DISD attorneys met in hi ... More >>
U.S. Justice Department investigators find horrid conditions at Dallas County's jail
Department of Justice officials have concluded that conditions at the Lew Sterrett Justice Center amount to a house of horrors. It was even worse than anyone expected. Just more than a year after it launched its investigation of the Dallas County jail, the U.S. Department of Justice on Saturday sent ... More >>
Whilst browsing through some federal court documents this morning, we stumbled across a case filed on Wednesday: Miguel Arango v. Dallas Independent School District et al. Certainly, any cases involving the DISD intrigue us, even one as seemingly routine as a wrongful termination suit -- the kind fi ... More >>
Legal bills mount as the county defends its failed jail health systems
Former informant Roy Combs claims he was double-crossed by Dallas police
Lies, damned lies and misstatements
A judge has to intervene on behalf of an inmate to save his infected leg
Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez was a revolutionary candidate--as a leader, not so much
The bill for the county's bad software gets bigger
A woman's story of life behind bars might be of interest to federal investigators
Being sick in Dallas County's troubled jail can be a death sentence
Mad Bubbas, Mad Schnauzers, Mad Inmates
The life and times of John Soldier
Ron Davis' wife disappeared 13 months ago. So why isn't he telling police everything they want to know?
In just a few years, David Wells has eaten a big slice of Dallas' bail-bond business. His secret? It depends on whom you ask.
The D.O.C. is ready to take on the world. And he's bringing Dallas with him.
Captain Ray Daberko, chef to Dallas County inmates
An anti-fur protester claims her rights are violated by a too restrictive probation
When investigators uncovered the bodies of a Dallas mother and her young son in a makeshift Oklahoma grave, FBI agent Tase Bailey swore to bring the killer to justice
A cast of Fellini-esque characters claiming they possess new evidence keep the Routier murder case in the national spotlight
Investors in the Dragonfly Bar & Restaurant say they were fleeced by partner Steve Kahn, but he claims his accusers had him framed
The case against Nickiolas Jolly fell apart within a month of his arrest for capital murder. But keeping an innocent man in jail 14 months is no big deal in this town.
How greedy property owners and careless bureaucrats let a massive illegal landfill grow in the back yard of a black Dallas neighborhood
Al Lipscomb assures us that he has no idea what's going on
Vary founders Mica England and Ceslie Armstrong are wanted women. Literally.
A man, his guitar, and a last-chance bar on Greenville Ave.