4 people including a 1-year-old child died after a shooting at Royce Dr Dallas Tx on Sunday, December 3rd 2023.
The Dallas Police Department received a call around 4:20 p.m. Sunday about a shooting in the 9700 block of Royce Drive.
When police arrived at Royce Dr Dallas Tx, they found five people suffering from gunshot wounds, including a 1-year-old boy and a 15-year-old girl.
Three adults died at the scene, and the children were rushed to a local hospital.
Unfortunately, the 1-year-old died at the hospital from his injuries.
The teenage girl is reportedly in stable condition.
The names of the victims have not yet been released whilst DPD said they don’t have a suspect in custody, but they believe this is an isolated incident and there’s no threat to the public.
Neighbors said they’ve heard gunshots in the area before, but they’ve never had their street be the center of a homicide investigation.
According to Fox 4 News, Dallas police still had Royce Dr Dallas Tx blocked off four and a half hours after the shooting happened.
A home was taped off and investigators were going in and out of the residence.
This developing news story would be updated with more info once available.
Dallas PD searching for suspect in Royce Dr Dallas Tx shooting
Dallas Police are still searching for the suspect in the Royce Dr Dallas Tx shooting Sunday.
The suspect is a neighbor who walked into the victims’ home and began shooting, DPD told CBS News Texas’ JD Miles.
The motive for the shooting is not known and the suspect is still being sought.
As mentioned earlier, four people died in the shooting in their home in far Southeast Dallas.
Dallas Police were called to the shooting in the 9700 block of Royce Drive, south of I-20 near St. Augustine Drive, around 4:20 p.m.
When officers arrived they found five people had been shot, the report states. Three adults died at the scene. Two other victims, a 15-year-old female and a one-year-old boy were taken to a hospital.
The one-year-old succumbed to his injuries. The teen was last listed in stable condition.
According to Wikipedia, The Dallas Police Department, established in 1881, is the principal law enforcement agency serving the city of Dallas, Texas.
The department is headed by a chief of police who is appointed by the city manager who, in turn, is hired by the Dallas City Council.
The city manager is not an elected official.
Primary responsibility for calls for police service are seven operations divisions based on geographical subdivisions of the city.
Each operations division is commanded by a deputy chief of police. The divisions are designated Central, Northeast, Southeast, South Central, Southwest, Northwest and North Central and operate from facilities which are referred to as substations.
Each operations division’s geographical area is further subdivided into sectors which are composed of beats, each of which is normally patrolled by a uniformed officer or officers in a squad car.
Calls for service are received primarily through the city’s 9-1-1 system which is answered by a city-operated emergency communications center.
Each substation also has an investigative unit with detectives who are assigned cases of burglary and theft which are committed within the area covered by their division.
Other crimes are investigated by specialized investigative units including the Child Abuse Squad, Family Violence Squad, Narcotics Division, CAPERS [Crimes Against Persons] Robbery, Assault, and Homicide Units, Forgery Squad and a Computer Crimes Team.
A specialized Tactical Division includes a SWAT Operations Unit, Mounted Unit, Canine Unit, Helicopter Unit and an Explosive Ordnance Squad.
The SWAT Operations Unit was featured on a reality series for the A&E Network in 2006 entitled “Dallas SWAT”.
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