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‘Sting Operation’ Leads to Arrest

Crime

Closed handcuffs on the street pavement at night with police car lights. | Image by Fer Gregory, Shutterstock

Dallas Police arrested a man on a felony robbery warrant Thursday afternoon, halting traffic along the westbound 5200 block of Spring Valley Road.

With guns drawn, police surrounded a silver Kia Sorento on September 15 at around 2 p.m. Officers on the scene described the incident to The Dallas Express as an “investigation” and a “sting operation,” but were unable to share more details.

Members of the Delta 680 Crime Response Unit carried out the operation, a Dallas Police Department (DPD) spokesperson told The Dallas Express.

A man wearing sweatpants and slide shoes was arrested, but his name was not immediately released by the DPD.

Once the suspect was arrested, officers stayed at the scene until the Sorento was towed.           

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Steve
Steve
4 months ago

Another bad guy down.

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