An east Denton County woman is allegedly missing more than $8,000 worth of jewelry, according to sheriff’s reports.
Deputies responded to the 2500 block of Blackjack Road on Tuesday after a woman claimed upon returning to her place of residence, she discovered someone had entered and removed property from her home.
The woman said numerous jewelry items were stolen from her two standing jewelry boxes and dresser drawers.
She also said a container full of quarters was also taken from the headboard of the master bedroom.
A flat screen TV was taken from the living room and moved to the back door, deputies said.
Reports indicate there was a broken window on the west side of the residence but it did not appear entry was made at this point.
The husband of the woman did not remember locking the back door, deputies said.
9100 block of Teasley Lane — Sheriff’s deputies responded to a mother’s complaint Tuesday.
According to reports, after discovering her child had been assaulted on Nov. 16 at a bus stop, the mother called to make a report in case there are any further issues with her child being assaulted by the same child.
The mother alleged another student had grabbed her son by the neck while he was waiting for the bus and displayed a pocketknife.
The son said he was not injured and as soon as he got on the bus, reported the incident to the bus driver, deputies said.
According to the son, the other student was suspended from school because of the incident for one day.
1400 block Verbena Lane — Deputies responded to a construction site in Argyle Tuesday after a construction manager reported someone stole copper.
Either Friday or Saturday, 500 feet of copper pipe worth more than $2,000 was stolen from a home site, according to reports.
From 7 a.m. Tuesday to 7 a.m. Wednesday:
* Denton police responded to 245 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 23 reports online.
* Denton firefighters responded to 25 medical calls, one fire investigation, two public service assistance, four good intent calls, one vehicle accident with injuries, one unauthorized burning, one sprinkler malfunction, one excessive heat/scorch burns with no ignition.
* Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 575 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve. Forty-five people were booked into county jail.
Argyle firefighters responded to two medical calls. Argyle police officers responded to two administrative duty calls, one reported sexual assault, nine building checks, one disturbance, one follow-up investigation, one noise complaint, 23 traffic calls and three walk-through calls.
Aubrey firefighters responded to six medical calls, one medical alarm, one citizen assist and one structure fire. Aubrey police officers responded to one agency assist, one medical call, one theft and four traffic calls.
Justin police responded to one agency assist and one follow-up investigation.
Krum firefighters responded one alarm call, one carbon monoxide call and one medical call. Krum police officers responded to one administrative duty, one patrol, one theft report, six traffic calls and one alarm carbon monoxide call.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to seven medical calls, one fire station fill-in, two structure fires, two odor investigations and two traffic calls.
Oak Point firefighters responded to one medical call. Oak Point police officers responded to one abandoned vehicle, one audible alarm, one forgery fraud and two traffic calls.
Ponder police officers responded to one animal complaint, one criminal mischief, one suspicious activity and one traffic call.
Sanger firefighters responded to three medical calls and one smoke investigation. Sanger police officers responded to one animal bite, one animal complaint, one burglary report, one report of gunshots, one call to assist a motorist, one suspicious person report and 10 traffic calls.
Denton County Crime Stoppers will pay a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest in these or other crimes. Callers will remain anonymous. Call 1-800-388-TIPS (8477). Reach the Denton police narcotics tip line at 940-565-5801.