Friday, April 13, 2007

Rapist/killer on the loose in Dallas

A $10,000 reward was announced Wednesday for information leading to the arrest and indictment of a suspect in the attack of a 25-year-old Frisco woman.
Schepps Dairy of Dallas is behind the reward offer, which will remain in effect for six months.
The victim was bound, raped and stabbed several times Tuesday morning by a man authorities believe is responsible for 18 other home invasions in the Dallas area during the last two years.
Around 2:30 a.m. Tuesday, a man carrying a sawed-off shotgun broke the glass in the back door of the woman’s apartment.
“It was a dynamic entry, the way that he came into that back door by breaking the glass,” Frisco police Sgt. Gina McFarlin said. “It’s scary, and I can understand why our residents are so concerned.”
He stole cash and her bank card, which he used to withdraw money from an automated teller machine 30 miles away in Southlake about 4:30 a.m.
The victim lives alone on the ground floor at The Vineyards apartments in the 9400 block of Wade Boulevard, east of Preston Road. In addition to being bound and sexually assaulted, she suffered multiple knife wounds in the stomach and chest, Sgt. McFarlin said. After the attack, the woman managed to crawl across the hall with her hands tied behind her back and alerted a neighbor by slamming her body against a door.
Police did not release the woman’s name because she is a sexual assault victim. She was airlifted to Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, where she underwent surgery. Her condition was not available late Tuesday. Barring any infection, she will survive, Sgt. McFarlin said.
Frisco police are asking for the public’s help in catching the assailant. He is described as a black man who is about 6 feet tall with a stocky build and was wearing black and blue Franklin batting gloves, a hooded black overcoat and a white cloth over his face.
“We suspect this is going to be linked to home invasions that began in May 2005,” Sgt. McFarlin said. “This would be the 19th.”
Given the assailant’s description and modus operandi, authorities think he’s targeting ground-floor apartments with a television or light on by breaking the glass of back doors, with a sawed-off shotgun and duffel bag or backpack in hand.
In November 2005, Plano police suspected two home invasions during one week were linked. One of those involved a man wearing a bandanna and wielding a shotgun. He broke into a Plano woman’s apartment on Ohio Drive between Plano Parkway and McDermott Road.
Police said he threatened her with a short-barreled shotgun, took her ATM card and sexually assaulted her, but didn’t steal any money.
At that time, authorities believed that up to10 incidents in Dallas, Coppell, Richardson and Garland reported in May and June 2005 were linked. The attacker carried a shotgun and hid his face behind a blue or red bandanna.
In May 2006, police said a man who sexually assaulted a 26-year-old woman in Far North Dallas may have been responsible for a series of assaults and a slaying in Plano.
“He murdered one man and, in another case, shot two girls,” Sgt. McFarlin said. “We know he’s been willing to hurt people before.”

Thursday, April 5, 2007

Boy, 14, arrested in Pleasant Grove rape

TNB - Typical Nigger Behavior

Boy, 14, arrested in Pleasant Grove rape
Police say he's part of group terrorizing apartments
09:03 PM CDT on Wednesday, April 4, 2007

By TANYA EISERER / The Dallas Morning News
They called themselves the "Bruton Oaks Boys," and police say they terrorized Pleasant Grove apartments and homes in a series of home-invasion robberies that escalated into a Feb. 5 rape.
On Monday, police took a 14-year-old boy into custody in the rape at The Falls Apartments at 9797 Bruton Road. He was linked to the attack by DNA evidence.

The teenager faces one count of aggravated sexual assault and was being held in a juvenile detention facility. Police arrested a second suspect, Querron Davis, 17, on Tuesday in connection with a Jan. 28 home-invasion robbery at a Bruton Road home near The Falls. He was being held in the Dallas County Jail in lieu of $100,000 bail.

"A 14-year-old committing these kinds of crimes is a pretty bad deal," said Sgt. Patrick Welsh, supervisor of the sexual assault unit. "We're anticipating additional arrests and charges."
The juvenile's name is not being published because he is a minor. Authorities said he and Mr. Davis were part of a group of seven or eight youths who were staying with a woman who lived in the Bruton Oaks apartment complex, authorities say.

"They would do their business, and they would come back there," said Lt. Steve Winters, whose patrol officers helped develop leads in the case.

The group began terrorizing The Falls and other area complexes starting late last year, police said. During that spree, the robbers invaded apartments at least five times at The Falls and once at a nearby complex, police said. The young men also have kicked in doors and stolen items from residences when no one was home, and they have robbed people in the parking lot, police said.

The young men carried guns, sticks or bats. The crimes occurred mostly in the evening or early morning. Most of the victims have been Hispanic, according to records.
The home-invasion robberies, burglaries and parking-lot holdups had police, residents and management fearing that someone might get killed. The police presence in the area was heightened as officers made a major push to crush the crime spree.
The case that sparked public attention and prompted a police crackdown was the Feb. 5 rape. Two young men kicked in the door of a 39-year-old woman's apartment. Police say the juvenile suspect entered a room, pointed a gun at the woman, demanded money and then raped her.
The woman's children were in the house during the attack. She has since moved away from the complex.

Mr. Davis faces the aggravated robbery charge in connection with a Jan. 28 home invasion in which at least two robbers entered an apartment through a side door and held the victims at gunpoint in the living room while they ransacked the home.

One robber grabbed a victim by the neck, took him to the master bedroom and demanded money from him. When the victim said he had no money, the robber began beating him up. The victim then told his attacker that money was in a purse on the kitchen counter, according to police records. The robbers took it and fled.

A witness saw the robbers run into the nearby Bruton Oaks apartments, which helped police determine where they were coming from. A bystander also found the victim's keys in the apartment complex parking lot.

After the rape, police began going door to door at Bruton Oaks and talking to residents. Officers were in the area conducting surveillance when they saw a pizza delivery being made at an apartment.

When a young man opened the door to pay for the pizza, officers smelled the heavy odor of marijuana coming from within, and they saw numerous young men inside. Police took the youths in for questioning and determined that some of them were connected to the crime wave.
Mr. Davis also is accused in the Jan. 31 burglary of a home less than two miles from Bruton Oaks.

Mr. Davis was released March 21 after posting bail, court records show.
For the management at The Falls, news of the arrests came as a welcome respite.
"I'm really relieved," said the apartment manager, who asked that her name not be published. "I was tired of after every weekend having to hear somebody's story of what happened to them. All that's stopped, and it's good now."

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