The Dallas Police Department is searching for Theodore Moore, diagnosed with a Cognitive Impairment, Black, Male, 75 years old, DOB 05/15/1939, HEIGHT 5’ 10”, WEIGHT 140 lbs, Black Hair, Brown Eyes, wearing Gray Shirt and Blue Pants. Has an earring in left ear.
The senior citizen was last seen at 10:30 PM, 09/20/2014 at 4527 Idaho Ave., Dallas, TX 75216, driving a Blue, 1998 Honda Civic with TX License Plate 19B4720.
Law enforcement officials believe this senior citizen’s disappearance poses a credible threat to HIS own health and safety.
If you have any information regarding this missing senior citizen, contact the Dallas Police Department at214-671-4268.
Dear Valued Customer,
As you may have heard, on September 8, 2014, we confirmed that our payment data systems have been breached, which could potentially impact customers using payment cards at our U.S. and Canadian stores. On September 18, 2014, we confirmed that the malware used in the breach has been eliminated from our U.S. and Canadian stores and that we have completed a major payment security project that provides enhanced encryption of payment data at point of sale throughout our U.S. stores, offering significant new protection for customers. There is no evidence that debit PIN numbers were compromised or that checks were impacted. Additionally, there is no evidence that the breach has impacted stores in Mexico or customers who shopped online at HomeDepot.com.
We are offering customers who used a payment card at a Home Depot store in 2014, from April on, 12 months of free identity protection services, including credit monitoring, beginning on September 19, 2014. We apologize for the frustration and anxiety this may cause you and we thank you for your patience during this time.
For more information, please visit our website where you’ll find frequently asked questions, helpful tips, our Important Customer Notice, and information about how to take advantage of the free identity protection services, including credit monitoring. Should you have questions regarding the authenticity of this email or any additional questions over the coming days and weeks, please call 1-800-HOMEDEPOT.
We hope this information is useful and we appreciate your continued support.
The Home Depot
Since the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson there has been an outcry from activist around the country for uniform cameras on police officers. It’s a pilot program Houston Police Chief Charles McClelland kicked off a year ago. Houston’s top cop says he would also like to see cameras on more uniforms but he simply doesn’t have the money in his budget. McClelland says the cost to equip officers with the cameras will be $8 million dollars and it will be up to Mayor Annise Parker and the City Counil to come up with the money.