Denton County sheriff’s deputies responded to the 300 block of Bentson Drive in Lantana on Thursday afternoon after a woman reported that someone had taken her television.
According to sheriff’s reports, the woman said someone took a new 40-inch Samsung TV from the living room of the home she was moving into. The incident, according to the resident, happened sometime between 12:30 and 3:30 p.m.
When she left to meet movers at her former house, the complainant stated, she did not lock the garage door at her new residence because the electric door opener wasn’t working and she didn’t know how to use the manual lock.
When she returned to her new residence at 3:30 p.m., the television was missing from the living area, according to the report. There were no signs of forced entry, and the front and rear doors were locked, according to reports.
1500 block of South Loop 288 — A 20-year-old man was arrested for theft of property of more than $50 and less than $500 at a local store Thursday, police reported.
According to police, an officer responding to a report that someone had taken items from the store without paying or attempting to pay for them made the arrest.
The items taken were valued at $242.02, according to reports.
200 block of East Sherman Drive — Officers responded to a report of a stolen motorcycle shortly after 9 p.m. Thursday.
According to Denton police reports, a man told officers that when he arrived home, his motorcycle had been taken.
The report did not list a make and model.
The man said he had last seen the motorcycle in the early morning hours. An investigation is pending.
From 7 a.m. Thursday to 7 a.m. Friday:
* Denton County sheriff’s deputies responded to 600 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve. Forty-nine people were booked into the Denton County Jail.
* Denton police responded to 274 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 22 reports online.
* Denton firefighters responded to 20 medical calls, one lock out, one smoke detector activation, two brush or grass fires, one smoke scare and one water leak.
Argyle firefighters responded to one traffic incident. Argyle police officers assisted two agencies and responded to eight building checks, one follow-up investigation, assisted one motorist, checked on one suspicious vehicle, responded to 22 traffic calls and made three vacation watch checks and one walk-through.
Aubrey firefighters responded to one alarm fire and five medical calls. Aubrey police officers responded to one theft report, seven traffic reports and one agency assist.
Double Oak police officers responded to six traffic calls.
Hickory Creek police officers responded to one abandoned vehicle, assisted one agency, took one missing person report, made one medical call and responded to seven traffic calls and one reckless driver report.
Justin firefighters responded to one grass fire, one structure fire and assisted with one traffic transport. Justin police officers assisted two agencies and responded to one criminal trespass and six traffic calls.
Krum firefighters responded to one grass fire and made one medical call and two traffic transports. Krum police officers responded to one open-door call, one theft in progress report and seven traffic calls.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to three medical calls.
Lewisville police booked seven arrests through the city jail.
Oak Point firefighters responded to one medical call. Oak Point police responded to one fraud/forgery call, one noise complaint, one medical call and one suspicious vehicle report.
Ponder firefighters responded to one structure fire and one medical call. Ponder police officers responded to one follow-up investigation and assisted one agency.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to two vehicle unlocks. Pilot Point police officers responded to one close patrol, one suspicious activity, one suspicious person, one theft in progress, one theft report and three traffic calls.
Sanger firefighters responded to two medical calls and one vehicle unlock. Sanger police officers responded to one abandoned vehicle, assisted two agencies, followed up on three animal complaints, checked one suspicious vehicle, took one terrorist threat report, made one traffic call and responded to one welfare concern.
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.