610SPOR2 35h_CBSSportsRad_Houston

News

Changes To Dallas 911 System After Death

View Comments
File photo of ambulance. (Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

File photo of ambulance. (Credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Featured Items

77820352_8Reluctantly Jumping On The Clowney Bandwagon

77820352_8O'Brien: "We Will Draft A Quarterback"

77820352_8Hot Cheerleaders - Funny Faces

77820352_8Some College Cheer

From Our CBS Music Sites

77820352_8What Is The WORST Series Finale?

77820352_8What Is The BEST Baseball Movie?

77820352_8Nun Stuns All On The Voice Italy, Breaks YouTube Record

77820352_8Conan O'Brien Fires Off On Houston

Get Breaking News First

Receive News, Politics, and Entertainment Headlines Each Morning.
Sign Up

DALLAS (AP) — Police in Dallas say they’re changing how 911 calls are logged after two officers didn’t forcibly enter the home of a caller found dead there two days later.

Officers went to Deanna Cook’s home and knocked on the door Friday after she called 911. When they got no response, they looked through the windows and left. Cook was discovered slain in her bathtub Sunday.

Her ex-husband, Delvecchio Patrick, is charged with murder in her death.

Police said in a Wednesday statement that they’re creating a new classification for call takers and dispatchers to use when relaying reports to officers in the field. The new class is for calls involving serious bodily injury or death and will be listed as highest priority.

Police say the changes were implemented Tuesday.

(© Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus