Prescotte Stokes III, The Miami Herald

Prescotte Stokes III

The Miami Herald

Fort Worth, TX, United States

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Past articles by Prescotte:

Off-duty Dallas police officer charged in shooting death of unarmed Botham Shem Jean

New evidence has emerged in the North Texas shooting death of Botham Shem Jean, 26, at the hands of an off-duty Dallas police officer who is believed to have entered the wrong apartment on Sept. 6. → Read More

O’Rourke campaign: Imposter sent text asking to get ‘undocumented immigrants to polls’

A text message surfaced on Twitter on Wednesday linking someone from the Beto O’Rourke campaign in Texas to the message asking for help to ‘transport undocumented immigrants to the polls.’ → Read More

Could BTS fans face $500 fines ahead of the group’s concerts in Fort Worth next week?

Ahead of the back-to-back BTS concerts in Fort Worth, fans went into a frenzy on social media Wednesday when a tweet stated that Fort Worth police would be issuing fines to fans camping out. → Read More

‘Call me darky again!’ woman tells a Texas pizzeria owner accused of using a racial slur

Two black women in North Texas accused the owner of a pizzeria in far North Dallas of calling them “darkies,” and even called the Dallas police on the women Friday night. → Read More

‘Rodent issues’ led to multiple complaints at a North Texas Kroger store

A Kroger store in North Texas was shut down earlier this week after Denton health inspectors were informed of multiple complaints about rodents inside the store. → Read More

Two guys put up a poster

Two Texas men from the Houston-area took the lack of Asian representation at their local McDonald’s seriously and devised a plan to expand it by hanging their own poster inside the store. → Read More

Do you know this man? He stole a gold bracelet from a Fort Worth jewelry store

A jewel thief in North Texas dubbed “the customer” took a $3,000 bracelet from a local jewelry store in mid-August in Fort Worth. → Read More

A man died from multiple gunshot wounds in a police shooting in Arlington, medical report says

The suspect involved in a police shooting in Arlington on Saturday afternoon has been identified by the Tarrant County medical examiner’s office as Oshae Terry, 24, of Forest Hills. → Read More

Argument at an apartment party in Dallas went from words to shots fired, police say

An argument in South Dallas between a security guard and a male victim at after an apartment party late Saturday night left one person dead. → Read More

Would you feel better if your next speeding ticket was ‘pumpkin spice’ scented?

Your next speeding ticket in North Texas might be “pumpkin spice” scented if you happen to be in Southlake. In a video parody of the popular Starbucks beverage, the police serve up special tickets. → Read More

Dad back-to-school shopping with his son lifted more than school supplies, police say

A dad back-to-school shopping with his teenage son in North Texas stole a few hundred dollars worth of power tools, Arlington police report. → Read More

ICE raids Texas company for alleged illegal hiring: ‘We’re watching and we’re coming’

Federal authorities raid a northeast Texas manufacturing company for allegedly hiring undocumented immigrants and detain about 160 workers, Tuesday, Aug. 28. → Read More

Tarrant County prostitution sting nets 30. Will it curb demand in sex trafficking?

Authorities in North Texas took 30 suspects into custody on prostitution charges in an effort to curb human trafficking in Tarrant County, the sheriff’s office reported. → Read More

Woman shot in the head after road rage dispute between two drivers, police say

A North Texas woman was shot in the head after a road rage dispute between two other people in Haltom City on Saturday afternoon, police said. → Read More

A small child was killed in a crash in Southwest Fort Worth, police say

One child was killed and five other people were injured in a crash in Southwest Fort Worth on Sunday afternoon, according to Fort Worth police. → Read More

Texas students using sign language sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to their deaf classmate

A 7-year-old North Texas deaf student with Down syndrome was surprised to see his classmates singing “Happy Birthday” to him using sign language. Teachers at Primrose School of Bedford caught it all on camera. → Read More

More than 30 different children’s medicines recalled for possible contamination

A popular North Carolina-based medicine manufacturer, whose medicines are carried at 25 different retailers in North Texas, is recalling 32 children’s medicine products after they tested positive for microbial contamination. → Read More

Have a vacation planned to Cancun? You might want to read this first

Prosecutors in Cancun, Mexico, are investigating eight dead bodies found across the city in the past several days, the Associated Press reported. U.S. officials have increased the travel advisory to level 2. → Read More

Burglary suspect parks getaway car, but car gets away instead as he forgets one thing

Authorities in Carrollton, Texas, are searching for a burglary suspect who was caught on home surveillance video chasing his own car on Tuesday morning, Aug. 21. → Read More

Rapper Post Malone’s private jet blows tires, readies for emergency landing

Grapevine, Texas, rapper Post Malone is aboard a private plane preparing to perform an emergency landing at an airport in New York after two of the plane’s tires blew out on takeoff earlier on Tuesday, according to a report by TMZ. → Read More