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Duncanville PD Seeking Information on Suspect in Robbery

If you have any information about the suspect in the pictures or video from the robbery at the Chevron located at 103 South Cedar Ridge Drive that happened on 8/13/17, please contact Detective Pollock at 972-707-3831 or contact Crime Stoppers. Crime Stoppers is offering a reward, and they will pay up to $5000 for the […]

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Draft of the Comprehensive Plan Available for Public Review

The draft of the Comprehensive Plan, Destination Duncanville, is ready for review. The process started in August 2016 with a series of Steering Committee meetings, community and stakeholder meetings, an online survey, and Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council workshops. The draft document represents the culmination of all the public input and community effort. […]

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City of Duncanville Weekly Update: August 18, 2017

The City welcomes and encourages community members to stay up-to-date on City activities and projects, while increasing public awareness of the things the City does on a daily basis. The City Manager provides a weekly update to City Council of departmental activities and other significant items of interest, and that in the interest of also keeping the […]

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WATCH: Duncanville Police released video from a dangerous traffic stop in July. The officers involved were recognized by the police department for their focus, courage and determination to catch the suspect.
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If you have any information about the suspect in the pictures or video from the robbery at the Chevron located at 103 South Cedar Ridge Drive that happened on 8/13/17, please contact Detective Pollock at 972-707-3831 or contact Crime Stoppers.

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward, and they will pay up to $5000 for the arrest and indictment on any felony. Contact Crime Stoppers at 877-373-8477 (TIPS) or www.ntcc.crimestoppersweb.com. Anyone can call and be anonymous.

To view the video, visit: youtu.be/CnoVjyWWSYM
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If you have any information about the suspect in the pictures or video from the robbery at the Chevron located at 103 South Cedar Ridge Drive that happened on 8/13/17, please contact Detective Pollock at 972-707-3831 or contact Crime Stoppers.

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward, and they will pay up to $5000 for the arrest and indictment on any felony. Contact Crime Stoppers at 877-373-8477 (TIPS) or www.ntcc.crimestoppersweb.com. Anyone can call and be anonymous.

To view the video, visit: https://youtu.be/CnoVjyWWSYM

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Looks like John Wiley Price to me.

This ***** needs his A** DEALT with, SWIFTLY AND INTENSELY!!!! LOWLIFE THUG...GET A JOB!!!!!!! 😡👎😡

Someone should seriously recognize him.... camera got great pics!

Antonio Angel Haynes

Looks like a left handed fellow with a possible first or last name beginning with the Letter "M"? Only said that because of his buckle.

Check the apartments behind pizza hut!!

Another reason why I moved out of that shithole town.

I bet he lives in the apartments behind pizza hut and golden chick.

I moved from Oak Cliff thinking it was safer here. 🙄

Go to the food stamp office his oll lady Bit@H will be getting a new book

Smh y'all really dislike us black folk huh 😂😂.

Lol man some of y'all are a mess smh

I just hate that our children turn to violence and stupid crimes... just plain lazy. Disappointing to say the least.

Why don't they place cameras that record every vehicle and license plate of the car that come through gas stations as well as high quality digital cameras across the U.S.? No matter who you are, criminal or not, eventually you need to put gas. A gas station should be a deathtrap for criminals so they can never get anywhere unless they lug around hundreds of gallons gas canisters. As well as eventually micropchipping all known career criminals and dangerous criminals.

Duke George

Those gloves look interesting. 🤔

That place was always getting robbed even when I worked there ( when it was a 7/11 ).... we were robbed like 3 times

You know he probably only made off with a couple of hundred dollars and now he's wanted for armed robbery. He would have been better off joining the groups that are continuously stealing and burglarizing vehicles in town. They've been making off with a fortune in stolen tools from all the hardworking people in this town.

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The draft of the Comprehensive Plan, Destination Duncanville, is ready for review! The process started in August 2016 with a series of Steering Committee meetings, community and stakeholder meetings, an online survey, and Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council workshops. The draft document represents the culmination of all the public input and community effort.

Citizens are encouraged to review the document by visiting the City’s website: www.Duncanville.com, or the project website: www.DestinationDuncanville.com. The draft can be downloaded and comments may be submitted directly on the project website through September 1, 2017. A hard copy of the draft may be checked out for three days from the Planning Division located at City Hall, 203 East Wheatland Road. Please contact the City Planner, Chasidy Allen Benson, AICP at 972-707-3871 to ensure a copy is available.

After public review, the draft will be considered by the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council for adoption. It is anticipated adoption by City Council will occur in September.

Updates on the progress of the Comprehensive Plan, as well as information on opportunities for public input will be provided on the City’s website and www.DestinationDuncanville.com, the Spotlight Duncanville and The Champion newsletters.

*Draft is a large file so expect delayed download time.
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Congratulations to former Duncanville firefighter Kade Long and his new position as Fire Chief for Schertz, TX. Long served the City of Duncanville for 13 years. Congratulations and best of luck, Chief Long! ... See MoreSee Less

The Duncanville Police Department continues to investigate the shooting in the 500 block of Golden Meadow Lane. The shooting stemmed from a disturbance at a party in the area, that shooting has now resulted in a murder investigation.

Detectives are looking for a grey sedan that was in the area and may have sustained damage to one of the side view mirrors.

Detectives are interested in speaking with any individual who attended the party.

Crime Stoppers is offering a reward and they will pay up to $5000 for the arrest and indictment on any felony. Contact Crime Stoppers at 877-373-8477 (TIPS) or www.ntcc.crimestoppersweb.com. Anyone can call and be anonymous.
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Do not forget to fill out an interest card by 3 pm tomorrow to be able to take the civil service exam on August 12.

Visit www.duncanville.com to fill out the card today!The Duncanville Police Department will be testing August 12, 2017. We now offer a Bonus of $3,500.00 for law enforcement experience and $2,500.00 for no experience. Please apply at the following link www.duncanville.com/departments/police/recruitment/
We look forward to seeing you August 12th.
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Do not forget to fill out an interest card by 3 pm tomorrow to be able to take the civil service exam on August 12. 

Visit www.duncanville.com to fill out the card today!

The City of Duncanville, at the recommendation and in cooperation with the Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS), will be conducting ground spraying against mosquitos on Thursday, August 3, and Friday, August 4, between the hours of 9 pm and 5 am, weather permitting. If the weather prohibits spraying on Thursday night, spraying will be done on Friday and Saturday nights. Spraying will be performed in the Thrush and Meadow Green areas.

For more information and to view the spray map, visit: www.duncanville.com.
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Duncanville police officer, Patrick Deggs, was awarded the Enforcement Hero Award from Mothers Against Drunk Driving on July 18 at an awards ceremony in Irving.

“I have been around law enforcement my whole life with my father being a police officer, and it is the only thing I wanted to do,” Deggs said. “MADD is very aggressive in Dallas County and offers unlimited support.”

To read the full article, visit: www.duncanville.com.
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Duncanville police officer, Patrick Deggs, was awarded the Enforcement Hero Award from Mothers Against Drunk Driving on July 18 at an awards ceremony in Irving.
 
“I have been around law enforcement my whole life with my father being a police officer, and it is the only thing I wanted to do,” Deggs said. “MADD is very aggressive in Dallas County and offers unlimited support.”

To read the full article, visit: www.duncanville.com.

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We're so proud of you, Pateick‼️‼️‼️

Congrats brother!! You are one of the best officers I've ever met. And I've met a few!!

Congrats Patrick, I'm very proud of you...

That is my grandson❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Congrats brother!

My favorite Duncanville Police Officer! Great job Patrick Deggs

I'm proud to know you, Patrick!!

Officer Deggs was my instructor when I did police explorers in my freshman year of high school in Allen! Congratulations Patrick!!

Congrats! I need to come and visit you...I told your dad I was going to.

Congratulations

Congratulations!!!

Thank you for your service to our city.

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Sign up by August 4 for the August 12 Civil Service Exam!The Duncanville Police Department will be testing August 12, 2017. We now offer a Bonus of $3,500.00 for law enforcement experience and $2,500.00 for no experience. Please apply at the following link www.duncanville.com/departments/police/recruitment/
We look forward to seeing you August 12th.
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Sign up by August 4 for the August 12 Civil Service Exam!

Three Duncanville firefighters are participating in instructing firefighters across the state at the Municipal Fire School through Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service in College Station until July 28.

Members of the Duncanville Fire Department who are instructing at the school include: Sam Rohde, Fire Chief; Mike Ryan, EMS Division Chief; and Steve Hatley, Driver Engineer.

For more information about the Municipal Fire School, visit www.teex.org. For more information about Duncanville’s Fire Department, visit www.duncanville.com.
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Three Duncanville firefighters are participating in instructing firefighters across the state at the Municipal Fire School through Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service in College Station until July 28. 

Members of the Duncanville Fire Department who are instructing at the school include: Sam Rohde, Fire Chief; Mike Ryan, EMS Division Chief; and Steve Hatley, Driver Engineer.

For more information about the Municipal Fire School, visit www.teex.org. For more information about Duncanville’s Fire Department, visit www.duncanville.com.

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To all the men and women of our Duncanville, Texas Fire Department. I appreciate your service to our city.

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