Three 19-year-olds were charged with theft of a firearm and engaging in organized criminal activity Tuesday morning after they allegedly burglarized a vehicle, police said.
A fire at an apartment complex on Sam Bass Road on Monday led to a move for some residents.
Someone made off with more than $7,000 worth of equipment and raw material from a job site in Lantana overnight Saturday, but may have gotten a flat tire for the effort, authorities said.
Three people picked the wrong jeep to throw eggs at Saturday morning. The jeep belonging to an off-duty officer, witnessed passengers in a car throw the eggs at his vehicle at the intersection of Briar Forest Drive and Teasley Lane. The officer reported that he was traveling through that intersection when he passed a parked silver Volkswagen Jetta.
Denton police said a man evaded arrest over a traffic violation Tuesday night.
Denton police charged two men with aggravated kidnapping in the 2700 block of West University Drive on Monday, reports state.
Employees at a local grocery store on Sunday night kept close watch on two men who attempted to steal more than $700 in merchandise, according to a police report.
A 5-year-old boy was pronounced dead at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas Monday after allegedly being shot in the head at his Denton home Saturday morning by a friend.
At least one mother is probably disappointed in her son after he admitted to police that he stole her debit card on the day before Mother’s Day, according to a police report.
A 38-year-old man was charged with public intoxication and child abandonment or child endangerment shortly after midnight Thursday, police said.
Lewisville police are warning residents of an ongoing phone scam.
Lewisville police have arrested a man Wednesday after he reportedly fired several rounds in an apartment complex parking lot in the 1200 block of Lakeview Circle the night before.
Two men have been detained by Lewisville police after barricading themselves in an apartment for several hours Tuesday evening.
Denton police officers put a stop to a couple of suspects out for a smoke in the park Sunday.
A woman told police Saturday that she had waited for more than a month to report that $27,100 was missing from her residence in the 4500 block of Interstate 35, according to a police report.
While responding to a fight in a parking lot Wednesday afternoon, police were advised a gun and knife were involved.
A lawn service employer was threatened over the course of a couple days by his employee, police said. According to reports, the 25-year-old man told police a male employee in his 30s was threatening him through phone calls and text messages after he questioned why the employee didn’t finish his job Saturday.
Denton police responded to an emergency room at a local hospital to take a report of a stabbing at about 1 a.m. Sunday.
A store manager told police he was injured while trying to stop three suspects from robbing the business Saturday afternoon.
A 20-year-old woman fled from police in the 1700 block of Sam Bass Boulevard after 3 a.m. Friday, police reported.
A children’s ballgame in the 200 block of West Windsor Drive was stopped after an argument got out of hand Thursday night, according to Denton police.
Someone pointed a gun at two people after an altercation, the victims told sheriff’s deputies Monday.
A bulk warehouse store in the 2800 block of West University Drive was evacuated for safety precautions Tuesday morning, Denton fire officials said.
Police officers called a young woman’s father Sunday morning so he could pick her up after she was stopped for speeding, driving without license, no proof of insurance and an expired registration.
A man reported that after taking a prescription medication and drinking alcohol Saturday morning, he began to hallucinate, believing his roommates were trying to kill him, according to a police report.
An Aubrey woman found covered in mud Friday afternoon in the 1600 block of Lakeview Boulevard told police she had run through a wooded area to escape a stranger who forced her into a vehicle, according to reports.
A teen has been taken into custody in connection with a recent bomb threat, Denton police said.
A 55-year-old woman was beaten inside her apartment in the 1200 block of North Austin Street Wednesday afternoon, police said.
A plumber working on a new store in a shopping center in the 2600 block of West University Drive reported Tuesday morning that someone removed 60 feet of copper pipe during a burglary, police said.
A 26-year-old woman was killed Sunday night after an apartment balcony railing gave way, Carrollton police said.
A traffic stop turned into a drug-related arrest by Denton police officers Sunday. An officer stopped a vehicle for an expired registration and when the officer asked the driver for his driver’s license, he stated he didn’t have that or any other form of identification.
Police responded to a report of a student assaulting two teachers Thursday morning in the 4400 block of Lakeview Boulevard.
The city of Denton and Denton Municipal Electric are urging residents to be watchful about copper thefts after at least $7,000 worth of the metal was taken from utility poles in the 800 block of James Street recently.
A man shot by a Denton County sheriff’s deputy Wednesday afternoon in a mobile home is out of the hospital and in jail. Alberto Guadalupe Contreras, 19, was shot in the arm by a deputy after he allegedly resisted arrest Wednesday afternoon, said Sandi Brackeen, spokeswoman for the sheriff’s office.
A 24-year-old man told Denton police that two armed men forced their way into his home in the 200 block of Tanglewood Street on Wednesday night, according to reports.
Someone broke into an area distribution company in the 800 block of Interstate 35 on Tuesday night, Denton police said.
A Denton County sheriff’s deputy shot a man Wednesday afternoon in a mobile home park off Grissom Road after the man allegedly escaped from a court hearing that morning, sheriff’s officials said. Alberto Guadalupe Contreras, 19, was taken to an area hospital after being shot in the arm, officials said.