It was right at a tough juncture that a crook found an opportunity to victimize the Davilas in their Elmwood neighborhood home.
“Someone drove up in a pickup truck and stole it,” Wilkinson says of his antique stove.
Recently, after a late night of studies, Gerardo Perez became a victim of a crime — accompanied by an expensive repair bill that definitely would be costly for a young student.
Bob Forner moved into his home in 1986, and burglars broke in within the first six months.
Martha Lara and her daughter had called it a night, and curled into bed on a chilly mid-October evening. What they woke up to would be quite shocking and unnerving.
A neighbor saw the men exit through a window as Durrough entered, and quickly dialed 911.
Tom Wesson loves his work, and loves the area. Unfortunately, despite tight security, his own home in the Beverly Hills neighborhood recently became the target of a crafty crook.
It was a nice evening, and Paul Williams and his wife were passing some time in their living room. The next thing he knew, something had shattered the window in his rear office.
Some buildings in Oak Cliff made it onto the Preservation Dallas list of endangered historic sites in Dallas.
Aber Leija’s truck was parked in front of his house with some tools inside. Leija’s 17-year-old son, Jaziel, happened to be walking to the front of the home, and saw someone enter the truck.
The Victim: Erik Tosten The Crime: Theft Date: Monday, April 13 Time: 5 p.m. Location: 2500 block of Burlington First…
The tracks in the snow signaled the crook’s path. Record snowfall blanketed the area on Feb.11-12, and Roger Pickett and…