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11-28-2019, 06:06 AM

2-Year-Old Found In Vehicle After Police Catch 3 Theft Suspects In Dallas Pursuit
November 27, 2019 at 4:15 pm

DALLAS, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — A two-year-old was found inside a vehicle after police caught three fleeing theft suspects in Dallas Wednesday.

Around noon Nov. 27, Carrollton police received two theft calls from Melrose Family Fashions and a Dollar General on Josey Lane.

One officer spotted the suspects’ vehicle on Josey Lane and tried to pull it over, but they fled and continued on I-35E into Dallas.

As other officers arrived at the retail locations to take reports, one of the stores reported believing the women had a child with them.

Officers then pulled back on the pursuit just as DPS Helicopter flew in overhead to assist. The helicopter tracked and reported the vehicle was pulled over in the 1600 block of Pine Street in Dallas, where officers arrested Timmiesha Jennings and Destiny Palmer, both 21. The third suspect, 26-year-old Sharnae Harris, ran on foot but was also caught.


After locating the vehicle and suspects, a two-year-old was found safe inside the car. Currently, the department is attempting to find a relative to care for the child, but if not, CPS will take custody.

12-01-2019, 08:18 AM

Police: Cobb man threw children, ages 1 and 4, over barbed wire fence during chase


Nov 29, 2019

A Smyrna man faces five charges after he allegedly tossed his two young children over a barbed wire fence while trying to run away from police officers.

Deandrea Trevon Leonard, 34, is accused of pushing the two kids, ages 1 and 4, in a stroller down the center of South Cobb Drive about 5 p.m. Sunday, according to Cobb police arrest warrants.

12-05-2019, 08:44 AM

Haines City dad accused of abandoning son at closed police station because he thought child was gay
Updated: 1:39 PM, Dec 04, 2019

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HAINES CITY, Fla. — A father in Haines City is facing child neglect charges after he left his son outside of a closed police station on Sunday night because he thought the child was gay, according to an arrest report.

According to an arrest report Evenaud Julmeus, 30, left his son outside of the closed Haines City Police Department on Highway 27 just before 9:30 p.m.

The report says Julmeus and the victim got into an argument over the issue before the suspect told the victim to pack a bag and get into his car.

The underage boy, whose age and name were not released, was "very upset and crying" when officers responded, according to the arrest report.

The report says Julmeus told the victim that the police would find him a new home.

Police say the victim was left without food, water, money or any way of contacting anyone for help.

A bystander at the department, who saw Julmeus drop the victim off and drive away, pressed a button outside of the department to report the incident.

Police say Julmeus returned home and told the victim's mother where he left the child. When the mother left the home to find the victim, she left two other children in the care of Julmeus, according to the report.

The report says while police were looking for Julmeus they learned he left the home and the other two children alone with no supervision or care ahead of the officers arrival.

Julmeus is facing child neglect charges.