Irving police arrest man in case of dog tied to Dumpster, stabbed and left to die | Crime | Dallas News

Irving police arrest man in case of dog tied to Dumpster, stabbed and left to die | Crime | Dallas News

Irving police chief admits: Cops knew Ahmed Mohamed didn’t have a bomb when they arrested him

Irving police chief admits: Cops knew Ahmed Mohamed didn’t have a bomb when they arrested him

New York Times: Sept. 19, 2015 - Irving police chief defends response to Ahmed Mohamed’s clock

New York Times: Sept. 19, 2015 - Irving police chief defends response to Ahmed Mohamed’s clock

Man Who Stabbed Dog, Left Her to Die Arrested: Irving Police  | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Man Who Stabbed Dog, Left Her to Die Arrested: Irving Police | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

This photo provided by the Irving Police Department shows the homemade clock that Ahmed Mohamed brought to school,  Wednesday, Sept.16, 2015, in Irving. Police detained the 14-year-old Muslim boy after a teacher at MacArthur High School decided that the homemade clock he brought to class looked like a bomb, according to school and police officials. The family of Ahmed Mohamed said the boy was suspended for three days from the school in the Dallas suburb.

This photo provided by the Irving Police Department shows the homemade clock that Ahmed Mohamed brought to school, Wednesday, Sept.16, 2015, in Irving. Police detained the 14-year-old Muslim boy after a teacher at MacArthur High School decided that the homemade clock he brought to class looked like a bomb, according to school and police officials. The family of Ahmed Mohamed said the boy was suspended for three days from the school in the Dallas suburb.

Support for Racially Profiled Student Ahmed Mohamed Encourages Irving Police to Come to Their Senses

Support for Racially Profiled Student Ahmed Mohamed Encourages Irving Police to Come to Their Senses

A child is silhouetted against a U.S. flag at a rally in support of immigration rights in Irving, Texas October 13, 2007.  Opposing sides came out to express their views about a controversial program used by the Irving Police Department which hands undocumented workers over to federal officials for deportation proceedings. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES) - RTR1UW8S

A child is silhouetted against a U.S. flag at a rally in support of immigration rights in Irving, Texas October 13, 2007. Opposing sides came out to express their views about a controversial program used by the Irving Police Department which hands undocumented workers over to federal officials for deportation proceedings. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES) - RTR1UW8S

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