Police have not yet released the name of the officer who died. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott posted a message on Twitter.
A Richardson police officer was killed in the line of duty Wednesday evening.
"Please pray for us!" And may his legacy live on in others' service.
Dallas Police say the shooting happened shortly after 2:00 a.m. Thursday along I-30 near Cesar Chavez Blvd. A standoff begins between the officers and the suspect that lasts for at least five hours. He fell back out of the apartment and was aided by other officers.
The officer was not injured by gunfire, but was transported to the hospital to be checked out after being hit by broken glass.
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The police surrounded the building at Breckinridge Point Apartments and found one person was shot dead at the scene. During a negotiation with police, the shooter, barricaded inside the complex, continued to fire shots.
The suspect is being held at the Collin County jail on a capital murder charge. We're not doing well. "It is an emotionally trying, traumatic day, but they're out there doing the things they do best serving this community".
Investigators are still at the apartments where the shooting happened. Sherrard was responding to a disturbance call at an apartment complex.
At least three shots were fired, damaging the patrol auto.
Dallas Police Association president Michael Mata posted photos of the damaged vehicle calling the shooter a "coward".