In the wake of a spate of Dallas shooting incidents over the past week, we will be reporting on these harrowing events under our weekly Shooting News segment.
Dallas Shooting News #1: Fatal Shooting in Dallas Business Parking Lot on Saturday On Saturday evening around 7:30 p.m., Dallas Police Department officers discovered a 38-year-old man, Clovis Dawayne Braxton, with at least one gunshot wound in a business parking lot on the 1200 block of Red Bird Lane. The victim was later pronounced dead at the hospital, and the Dallas Police Department is investigating the incident.
Dallas Shooting News #2: Officer and K9 Partner Injured in Friday Shootout, Suspect Killed Early Friday morning in Dallas’ Pleasant Grove district, a police officer and his K9 partner were injured during a shootout with an armed suspect. Both the officer and K9 are expected to make a full recovery. The incident is still under investigation, and updates from the Dallas Police Department are anticipated.
Dallas Shooting News #3: Teen Fatally Shot in Road Rage Incident Stemming from Minor Car Collision on Tuesday On Tuesday evening, a 16-year-old boy, Emanuell Alexander, was fatally shot following a minor car collision in Dallas. The shooter, who was driving a beige or tan SUV or truck, remains at large. The Dallas Police Department’s investigation into this tragic event is ongoing.
Dallas Shooting News #4: Officer-Involved Shooting in Mesquite on Friday Results in No Injuries, Suspect Apprehended An early Friday morning standoff between a Mesquite Police Department officer and an armed suspect ended with an exchange of gunfire and the suspect’s arrest. No injuries were reported in this tense encounter near Gus Thomasson Road and Oates Drive.
Dallas Shooting News #5: One Killed in Fort Worth Shooting at Unauthorized Block Party Overnight on Saturday An unsanctioned block party in Fort Worth turned deadly early Sunday morning when an altercation escalated into gunfire, resulting in one fatality. Fort Worth Police Department is actively investigating the incident to uncover the events leading to this tragic loss of life.