Dallas Police Department

Dallas Street Racing Accelerates, Hits Preston Center With a Bang

By Candy Evans / January 12, 2021 / 5 Comments

Heather Conover, a registered nurse and former cop who hails from a strong family law enforcement background, lives in the Park Cities. Her home is on the market. She and her family plan to move out of the area often referred to as “The Bubble” because of rising crime and street racing, which has reached […]

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Former Police Officer Brittani Firestone is Loving Her Second Act in Real Estate

By Joshua Baethge / October 4, 2019 / 0 Comments

  Last December, Brittani Firestone turned in her police badge to embark on a career in real estate. The JP & Associates Realtor hasn’t looked back since. “I’m really enjoying it. Every now and then, especially in the beginning, it’s been a little bit scary, but the business is coming along” she said. “I’ve gotten […]

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Citizens Police Review Board Meeting in North Dallas Contentious, Policed by Police

By Candy Evans / January 16, 2019 / 6 Comments

We know the City of Dallas is aiming to strengthen its Citizens Police Review Board, the entity which examines alleged inappropriate police behavior within the Dallas Police Department against citizens. In fact, I am fairly certain this is a done deal and will happen within the next two to three months. Dallas City Council likes […]

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Porch Pirate To Be Charged With Theft, DA Says

By Bethany Erickson / January 24, 2018 / 0 Comments

Your boxes of dog poop are a little safer today — the Dallas County District Attorney’s office said the alleged Lakewood (and parts surrounding Lakewood) Porch Pirate has turned herself in to authorities and will be charged with theft. A statement released by the DA today said that Kelli Renee Russell, 33, will be charged with […]

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We Are All #DallasStrong

By Joanna England / July 8, 2016 / 0 Comments

Today, the team of CandysDirt.com is trying to see the beauty in our city through teary eyes. Last night’s peaceful protest in downtown Dallas turned into an ugly, horrific scene, with gunmen taking their perverted sense of justice into their own hands and attacking the very Dallas Police Officers that were lining the streets, protecting […]

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Crime Report: Two Wheels Are Better Than None, And an Alligator Coat That Grew Legs

By Zachary Dickens / August 6, 2014 / 0 Comments

There was a lot of pedal pushing and finger pointing in Highland Park last week after several expensive bicycles eased on down the road. Between noon on July 27 and noon on Aug. 3, four mountain bikes with a combined value of $21,500 were stolen from an attached garage in the 3600 block of Potomac […]

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