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The officer was standing outside his marked patrol vehicle with his emergency lights on when he was hit.

A Dallas police officer was struck by an allegedly drunk driver and killed early Saturday morning as he stood blocking the scene of a prior accident on the freeway, the Dallas Police Department said. 

“It is with a heavy heart that I announce that this morning at approximately 0125 [1:25 a.m.] a @DallasPD officer, working an accident scene, was struck and killed by a DWI driver,” Chief Eddie Garcia tweeted. “Our department is once again mourning, but we are heartened by the strength of his family. Godspeed my brother.”

Family friends identified the officer to Fox News as Mitchell Penton. 

Penton was standing outside his marked patrol vehicle with his emergency lights on in the northbound lanes of North Central Expressway at Walnut Hill Lane around 1:45 a.m. when a four-door Kia Forte driving at a high rate of speed slammed into him, the department said.

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He was transported to Baylor Hospital where he subsequently died of his injuries.

Penton was an officer with DPD for two years and was assigned to the Northeast Patrol Division, according to a GoFundMe page set up in his honor by a close friend, William Lyng. 

Penton is survived by his wife, Noel, and the couple was expecting their first child together. 

The driver, 32-year-old Phillip Mabry, has been charged with intoxication manslaughter on a police officer and intoxication assault.

Mabry did not sustain injuries during the incident. 

Meanwhile, officials are questioning a female passenger in his vehicle. She was also uninjured in the collision.

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VIDEO: Trump Speaks Out on Biden, Future Plans; Thousands Still Without Power, Water; Leaked Facebook CEO Video

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What legal battles does Donald Trump still face?

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There are multiple investigations into his conduct — at both the state and federal level — which could scupper his hopes for a political comeback.

We have this look now at some of the legal battles awaiting the former president. The president’s niece, Mary Trump, not only wrote a book about her uncle – she accuses him and two of his siblings of cheating her out of her inheritance.

The doctor of psychology is seeking half a million dollars in damages. Michael Cohen, Trump’s former lawyer, did business on behalf of Trump and for that he was sentenced to three years in jail. Cohen was charged with negotiating payouts for Playboy model Karen McDougal and adult entertainer Stormy Daniels to keep quiet during the 2016 election about their sexual relationships with Trump.

As sitting president, Trump was not charged for violating campaign funding rules — but he could be now. For more than a year New York district attorney Cyrus Vance requested access to tax and financial documents pertaining to Trump and his businesses, on suspicion of insurance and bank fraud, and tax evasion.

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It’s unclear if Trump’s tax returns will show evidence of crimes but, should suspicions harden, Trump could face severe consequences.

Trump is said to have artificially inflated the value of his real estate portfolio when applying for credit – and undervalued it significantly when paying property tax. Trump’s son Eric is the Executive Vice President of the Trump Organization – he has already given witness testimony.

The sexual misconduct lawsuits Several women have accused Trump of sexual misconduct, including rape – he has consistently called the claims fabrications. In the face of such denials, some of Trump’s accusers have launched libel actions. Among them, Summer Zervos, an ex-contestant on Trump’s TV show ‘The Apprentice’, and Jean Carroll, a former columnist for Elle magazine. And then there’s the phone call on January 2nd, after votes were cast in Georgia, in which Trump apparently pressured an electoral official. That, too, could have legal consequences.

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Olympic swimmer Klete Keller faces new charges over Capitol riots

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Klete Keller, a two-time Olympics gold medallist swimmer, is facing new charges in connection with the 6 January riots at the US Capitol.

The 6ft 6in (1.9m) tall swimmer was identified in photos of the riots because of his stature and the fact he was wearing a Team USA jacket.

He was initially charged with three counts, but this was increased to seven by a grand jury earlier in the week.

Mr Keller has not commented on the charges against him.

The 38-year-old Olympic champion was first charged, a week after the riots, with knowingly entering a restricted building, disorderly conduct in the Capitol building and impeding law enforcement.

At the time of charging him, the US District Court in Washington was shown screenshots of videos and photos posted on social media that appeared to show Mr Keller standing in the Capitol’s Rotunda with a group of Donald Trump’s supporters.

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The crowd were pushing against police officers, although there was no suggestion the swimmer was participating in any of the violent acts seen on the day.

Like many others charged over the riots, prosecutors asked for his case to be considered by a grand jury, the Washington Post reports.

They returned a new indictment with seven charges, which also include civil disorder and obstruction of an official proceeding. The new charges carry a maximum sentence of nearly 30 years, the Post reports.

Klete Keller is best known for helping the US swimming team win gold in the 2×400 freestyle relay at the 2004 and 2008 Olympic Games.

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