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Police Still Seeking Southeast Dallas Murderer


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Police are still seeking the man suspected of fatally shooting a man in Southeast Dallas earlier this month.

On September 10, Dallas police responded to a shooting call in the 200 block of Greenhaven Drive. Around 2:57 a.m., first responders arrived at the residence and found Granville Davis, 63, lying in his backyard, non-responsive with several gunshot wounds.

Dallas Fire-Rescue officials heeded the emergency call and took Davis to a nearby health facility, where he died.

Investigators concluded that the potential shooter was a young man named Corey Durrell Jackson. The police alerted the public, saying the “suspect has an active murder warrant. He should be considered armed and dangerous.”

An initial report of the shooting case stated that some witnesses were detained for questioning. The investigation is still ongoing, according to Dallas police.

Dallas PD urged the public to help in finding the suspect. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Ronald Kramer at  214-671-3608 or by email at [email protected]

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