The Dallas County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank Project Unity for inviting us to the 5th annual “Together We Ball.” Sheriff Marian Brown participated in the Old School Free-Throw Contest and of course she made nothing but net! #togetherweball2019#dallascounty #DallasSheriff #Communityovereverything

The U.S. Marshals Service along with the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department are alerting the public of several nationwide imposter scams involving individuals claiming to be from the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office, the U.S. Marshals Service Office, court officers, or other law enforcement officials.

Catholic Diocese of Dallas holds “Blue Mass” to honor First Responders

The Blue Mass is a Mass celebrated annually in the Catholic Church for those employed in the field of public safety, i.e. police officers, firefighters, correctional officers, 911 operators, EMS personnel, and all first responders.

Late in the evening of March 25, 2019, Deputy Francisco Castillo was dispatched to a possible minor accident call. Upon his arrival, he observed a vehicle parked at an angle (the wrecker that Donald Rogers was driving) and blocking the exit ramp at N/B IH-35E. As he arrived at the scene, Deputy Castillo observed a male subject next to a vehicle and acting very erratic. He also observed that the trunk and all four doors of the vehicle were open. Numerous items had been removed from inside the vehicle and were lying on the ground.