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BREAKING NEWS!!🗞️ Two Teens Arrested After Shots Fired At Feet Of Fellow Students At Seagoville High School…

SEAGOVILLE, Texas – Two Seagoville students were arrested by Dallas ISD Police after a shooting incident outside the school around 3:20 p.m. on Monday 12/09/19…

Dallas ISD said a group of middle and high school students got into an argument.

That’s when one of the students pulled out a firearm and fired at the feet of some students… DISD said no one was injured but district police are still investigating the incident

The district encourages parents to take extra precautions to avoid their children having access to firearms…

Ending To A Dangerous Pursuit In Hunt County (Press Release)

December 5th, 2019

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”.

Sheriff Randy Meeks

Live Mortar Round Brought Into Commerce Pawn Shop Successfully Detonated

Commerce P.D along with Garland & Fort Hood Bomb Squad, successfully detonated a live mortar round brought into the local B6UP Pawn Shop yesterday.

From the information we have at this time, we can confirm that a lady took this live mortar round into the pawn shop. She DID NOT know the mortar was live. After Commerce P.D was notified around 3 pm they then called in Garland Bomb Squad to assist in identifying if the bomb was live. Garland did believe the mortar was live. The on scene crew then called in Fort Hood Bomb Team where they verified this was a live round.

Fort Hood took the mortar into their custody, eventually taking it to city property off of Ross St in the Norris Community area, where they were able to successfully detonate the mortar.

The explosion was loud and could be heard throughout the city of Commerce, and reports as far as Cumby.

We would like to thank the city of Commerce for their professionalism handling this matter.

We will update with any new information we get.

Kevin Berry Named One Of Last Nights Victims In Hunt County Shooting

Kevin Berry, 23, was one of the people shot and killed Saturday night at a homecoming party near Greenville. One other person was killed, and 14 others were injured in the shooting. Police have not found the shooter.

Berry’s mother, Nakima Alexander, told WFAA Sunday that Berry was a father of two, with another child on the way.

On Saturday night, he was taking his kids to see their mother, who lives in the area, and stopped by the party afterward, Alexander said.

Berry was an innocent bystander in the shooting, Alexander said. His brother, who was also at the party, held Berry as he died, Alexander said.

Berry grew up and went to high school in Dallas, but didn’t finish school, Alexander said.

A vigil for Berry is scheduled for 7 p.m. Sunday night at St. Augustine Park in Dallas.

Story Credit: WFAA DALLAS