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Crime Fort Worth Police Cruisers Used For Recruiting And Promoting Driver Safety Damaged By Gunfire

09:25  29 february  2020
09:25  29 february  2020 Source:   dfw.cbslocal.com

LMPD: Baby, driver killed in separate crashes 1 hour apart

  LMPD: Baby, driver killed in separate crashes 1 hour apart Metro police are investigating two separate deadly crashes that occurred approximately one hour apart. Police said the first happened just before 2 a.m. on 32nd Street when a driver hit a unoccupied parked car near Magnolia Street. Sign up for our Newsletters Officials said a baby later died at University Hospital. It is unknown if the child was in a car seat. The woman underwent treatment, according to police. Approximately one hour later,Police said the first happened just before 2 a.m. on 32nd Street when a driver hit a unoccupied parked car near Magnolia Street.

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FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Fort Worth Police say some of their marked police vehicles parked with “Now Hiring” signs as part of a recruiting effort, were found this week riddled with bullet holes.

Several marked police vehicles are staged throughout the city in areas of high visibility to not only advertise the need for officers and other positions, but to promote driver safety.

Police said on On Tuesday, February 25, they discovered two of these vehicles were damaged by gunfire.

In response, Chief of Police Ed Kraus said in a statement, “This type of hostility toward policing can serve to make our officers more wary, guarded, and less apt to let their guard down and engage with the community. It is detrimental toward our recruitment and community policing efforts.”

Police said investigative units are actively working to gather additional information to ensure full accountability of whomever is responsible.

Texas sheriff's deputy, 97, is honored as the oldest law enforcement officer in the world after a 74-year career that began in 1947 .
Johnson County Sheriff's Reserve Deputy Bill Hardin works in Texas as the 'Oldest Working Law Enforcement Officer in the World'.Hardin currently serves as a reserve deputy with the Johnson County Sheriff's Department. He's already been through two retirements from law enforcement agencies in a career that began in 1947 with the Fort Worth Police Department.

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