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Student Sets Off Fireworks Inside Duncanville High School; Leads To Large Police Response

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Multiple law enforcement agencies responded to Duncanville High School due to reports of an active shooter, but that was never the case.

There was no shooting or shooter.

Duncanville, Cedar Hill, DeSoto and Dallas Police responded to the school but it turned out there was no gun, rather fireworks going off.

Duncanville Police said a student was scene on surveillance camera setting off the fireworks inside the building.

Students were sheltering in place according to Duncanville ISD.

There is no word yet on what kind of punishment the student faces.

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JT Hollis Wrongfully Convicted of Capital Murder at 17, found ‘Not Guilty’ Now ‘FREE after 2.5yrs

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JT Hollis who was found Not Guilty Friday of capital murder but remained locked-up in jail on a $750k cash bond because no one wanted to stick around to process his release.

Ja’tyrone Travell Hollis, who was 17 at the time, of Mesquite, was arrested on October 20, 2017, in connection with the murder of Isaiah Jones.

Attorney Justin Moore who was hired to represent JT posted on Twitter calling out the injustice.

In response to this injustice, the community called for an emergency protest to release JT Hollis.

Free JT

Posted by Dominique Alexander on Saturday, March 7, 2020

As the protesters were demanding for his release in the lobby of Lew Sterrett, JT Hollis is shown walking out after 2.5 years of being wrongly jailed.

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JaTyron Hollis is free!!! @justin.a.moore

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Five Dallas police officers told not to return to work after arresting man with possible coronavirus

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Five Dallas Police Officers may have come in contact with the coronavirus after arresting and transporting a 24-year-old man to jail. It’s reported the man was injured doing a domestic dispute with a family member, According to Dallas News.

“Per our contagious disease policy, all five officers that came in contact with the arrested person were notified of the potential exposure and advised not to return to work until further notice,” the police statement said. Read More Here

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Trial starts Monday for 1 of 4 men charged in connection to Shavon Randle’s murder

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DALLAS – Three years ago, 13-year-old Shavon Randle was kidnapped and killed.

Her body was found in an Oak Cliff home.

Inside that same house, the body of her cousin, Michael Titus, was also found.

Multiple people were arrested following their deaths, but none were charged with murder.

On Monday, a trial will start for Desmond Jones, who is one of the men investigators believe was involved in Randle’s murder.

There were five arrests following Randle’s death.

Laquon Wilkerson, Devontae Owens, and Desmond Jones were charged with aggravated kidnapping.

Darius Fields and his girlfriend, Laporsha Polley, were charged on federal weapons violations.

But no one was charged in Randle’s death.

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