On Tuesday, October 29 at approximately 1030 am, an incident occurred between locations 6420 Smithfield Road and 6430 Davis Boulevard of property damage involving several vehicles with windshield and back window damage and several of the glass window platform shelters shattered. After the initial incident, it was later reported that two additional vehicles had reports of damage at the 6351 Iron Horse TEXRail Station.
With cooperation with TEXRail security, a description of the suspect was communicated throughout the TEXRail system notifying each station of the suspect and the incidents that occurred. Later in the afternoon, an off duty Fort Worth Officer was able to identify the individual suspected in the incidents earlier reported at the Smithfield and Iron Horse Stations. Fort Worth Police Department was able to take the individual into custody, and after further investigation, the suspect was transported to the North Richland Hills Joint Detention Facility. The individual is currently in custody and is being held for criminal mischief charges and possible additional charges.
At this time, there is no further threat to property or public safety at the TEXRail train stations. If you saw anything, or have additional information regarding these incidents, you can PM us or call Criminal Investigations 817.427.7030
On Wednesday, October 16 at about 2:00 pm, a Monte Carlo was taken by two black males driving a gold or beige 4 door sedan. We believe the sedan may be an older model Nissan Maxima or Mitsubishi Galant. The Monte Carlo is entered in to the national database as stolen, however we are asking our community members to contact us if you have any information.
If you saw anything, have additional footage to share, or know any details you can PM us or call Criminal Investigations 817.427.7030.
Single vehicle crash sends one to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
At about 2:30 am on October 12, 2019 officers were dispatched to a single vehicle crash at the Iron Horse exit from west bound 820 toll lanes. A four door Jeep crashed into the cement barrier on Iron Horse Blvd. and caught fire. The adult male driver was able to get out of the vehicle and was transported by ground ambulance to the hospital in stable condition, with non-life threatening injuries.
The investigation is still ongoing, however at this time it is believed alcohol may be a contributing factor in the crash.
Deadly wrong way crash on Davis Blvd. near Odell St.
On Monday, October 7 just before 6:00 pm, a 9-1-1 call was received regarding a four vehicle crash in the 6900 block of Davis Blvd. near Odell St.
At this time in the investigation, it appears a GMC Yukon was traveling north on Davis Blvd and drove in to oncoming south bound traffic striking a Chevrolet truck towing a trailer, head on, which sent the vehicles spinning in to the north bound lanes. A Honda sedan, traveling north on Davis, struck the trailer of the Chevrolet truck and a Nissan sedan was hit with debris.
Davis Boulevard was closed for approximately five hours total (6 pm-11pm) while responders worked the scene and the accident investigation team mapped the scene. It is unclear whether any charges are expected to be filed at this time.
•Vehicle one – GMC Yukon, adult female driver, serious condition, transported by ground ambulance.
•Vehicle two – Chevrolet truck pulling a utility trailer, two adult male occupants – driver critical condition, transported by air medical; passenger extricated, critical condition, transported by ground ambulance code (lights and siren) and passed away at the hospital.
•Vehicle three – Honda sedan, adult male driver, minor injuries, transported by ground ambulance.
•Vehicle four – Nissan sedan, adult male driver, no injuries.