Dallas Police Chief David Brown, who was thrust into the national spotlight during the July sniper attack that left five officers dead, has announced his retirement, the Associated Press reports.
The number of applications for employment at the Dallas Police Department has almost quadrupled since Police Chief David Brown told protesters, "We're hiring" at a news conference shorty after the ambush that left five officers dead, according to the Washington Post.
The Dallas gunman who shot and killed five Dallas law-enforcement officers and injured several others taunted police during negotiations and seemed to have other plans, "possibly for a larger attack," Dallas Police Chief David Brown revealed in a Sunday Interview with CNN's State of the Union, the Washington Post…
The mayor of Dallas said Friday that he believed the gunman who attacked police Thursday night acted alone.
The alleged Dallas gunman who was killed after a standoff with police has been identified as 25-year-old Micah Xavier Johnson, two U.S. law-enforcement officials said, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Dallas Police Chief David Brown revealed Friday that one of the suspected gunmen allegedly behind the shooting deaths of five police officers said he "wanted to kill white people, especially white officers," the Washington Post reports.