The Dallas North Tollway wreck that claimed the life of a Jesuit Dallas soccer player this week remains under investigation, authorities said Friday.
Fifteen-year-old Guy Delaney, a sophomore at Jesuit, was a passenger in a car that was hit by a white Mercedes at approximately 10:15 p.m. Wednesday evening.
The driver of the Mercedes, Terrelwin Jones, struck several vehicles as he sped through a work zone, according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
UPDATE: Online access to Dallas Police Department incident reports continues to be delayed following an upgrade to the department’s reporting system.
“The Dallas Police Department and the City Communications and Information Systems(CIS) would like to thank the citizens and businesses of Dallas for your support and patience during the upgrade of our reporting system and Dallas Police Public Data Portal,” the department posted on the website.
The department anticipates access to be restored March 11.
UPDATE 3/1: Crime reports continue to be unavailable online with the Dallas Police Department. While older incident reports and arrest records are now available on the department’s website, system upgrades have not allowed newer reports to be posted, according to the open records department.
The crime reports for the Preston Hollow neighborhood continue to be delayed.
The Dallas Police Department is conducting system upgrades to improve its current reporting system, making the public portal unavailable for use.
SKULDUGGERY OF THE WEEK: BLINK AND THEY’RE GONE
A 30-year-old woman who went to get her lashes done walked out without her designer sunglasses. The woman, who was at a professional office at the Midway Road Professional Building in the 10000 block of Midway Road, told police she left the shades in a chair during the service, and sometime between 6 and 6:45 p.m. Jan. 30 they were stolen.