Two people have been charged with fraud after changing price tags at a big-box retail store shortly before midnight Monday, police said.
A 19-year-old female and 20-year-old male were reportedly removing price tags on low-priced items and attaching them to higher-priced items in an attempt to defraud the store located in the 1500 block of Loop 288, Denton police reports show.
The two were arrested and taken to jail on charges of fraudulent concealment of writing, police said.
700 block of West Sycamore Street — A 23-year-old Aubrey woman who parked illegally in front of someone’s home Monday morning got an unexpected delivery on top of her vehicle, police said. According to reports, before the woman could get out of her vehicle, a blue recycling bin was placed on top of it, causing several dents. Police said they made a report for reckless damage or destruction.
100 block of West Hickory Street — Someone broke into a Denton restaurant sometime between 1 and 9 a.m. Monday but apparently left empty-handed. Police said the intruder forced entry through the rear door of the business on Walnut Street and attempted to take the restaurant’s safe. The person left, however, before getting the safe outside.
From 7 a.m. Monday to 7 a.m. Tuesday:
* Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 679 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve. Twenty-six people were booked into Denton County Jail.
* Denton police responded to 367 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 23 reports online.
* Denton firefighters responded to 24 medical calls, one outside trash fire, one confined fire and assisted one agency.
Argyle firefighters responded to one structure fire and one medical call. Argyle police responded to seven traffic calls, one welfare concern and one loose livestock.
Aubrey firefighters responded to one illegal burn, one carbon monoxide or hazardous material call, one structure fire and three medical calls. Aubrey police assisted one agency, one motorist and responded to 11 traffic calls and one suspicious vehicle.
Bartonville police responded to one forgery call and four traffic calls.
Corinth police assisted one agency and responded to one criminal mischief report, one verbal disturbance, one structure fire, one missing person, 40 traffic calls, one welfare concern, nine animal complaints and three traffic transport incidents.
Double Oak police firefighters responded to one structure fire. Double Oak police responded to one narcotics call and one reckless driver.
Hickory Creek police assisted one agency and one motorist and responded to two reckless drivers, one suspicious person, two thefts, eight traffic calls and one traffic transport incident.
Highland Village firefighters responded to one structure fire.
Justin police assisted one agency and responded to one burglary.
Krum firefighters responded to one medical call and one vehicle fire.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to one grass fire, one structure fire, two medical calls and one traffic transport incident.
Little Elm firefighters responded to one grass fire, two structure fires and one medical call. Little Elm police responded to one Child Protective Services referral, one criminal mischief report, two disturbance calls, one fight in progress, one missing person, one noise complaint, one ordinance violation, one reckless driver, one roadblock, one terroristic threat report, one theft, seven traffic calls, one welfare concern, one traffic transport incident and one animal complaint.
Lewisville firefighters responded to one structure fire. Lewisville police made five arrests.
Northlake police assisted one agency and one motorist and responded to eight traffic calls, one welfare concern and two traffic transport incidents.
Oak Point firefighters responded to one medical call. Oak Point police responded to two disturbance calls, one welfare concern, one animal complaint, one traffic call and assisted one motorist.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to one medical call. Pilot Point police responded to two traffic calls, one animal bite and one burglary.
Sanger firefighters responded to five medical calls and one odor investigation. Sanger police responded to one traffic call, one welfare concern, one traffic transport incident, one animal complaint and one Child Protective Services referral.
Trophy Club firefighters responded to one odor investigation. Trophy Club police responded to one theft and three traffic calls.
MEGAN GRAY can be reached at 940-566-6885 and via Twitter at @MGrayNews.