A late afternoon fire in the 300 block of Benjamin Street on Thursday left one resident with minor burns.
Denton firefighters received a call at 4:30 p.m. regarding a fire at a single-story duplex, though no flames were evident when firefighters arrived, officials said.
Kenneth Hedges, spokesman with the Denton Fire Department, said the fire was contained to a hallway bathroom and caused $2,200 in estimated damages.
The resident received minor burns but refused medical treatment, Hedges said.
The residence was still habitable and the fire was ruled accidental.
From 7 a.m. Thursday to 7 a.m. Friday:
*Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 705 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve, and 56 people were booked into Denton County Jail.
*Denton police responded to 304 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 11 reports online.
*Denton firefighters responded to 26 medical calls, two gas leaks, one building fire and one vehicle accident.
Argyle firefighters responded to one medical call. Argyle police responded to one suspicious activity call, three traffic calls and two loose livestock calls.
Aubrey police assisted three agencies and responded to one harassment call, two noise complaints and three traffic calls.
Bartonville police responded to four traffic calls and one accident.
Corinth police assisted two agencies and two motorists and responded to one domestic disturbance, one missing person report, three medical calls, one reckless driver, one theft, 28 traffic calls, five traffic complaints, one welfare concern, two traffic accidents and four animal complaints.
Double Oak police responded to one criminal trespass call, one forgery, one loose livestock call, one suspicious activity call, one theft and 10 traffic calls.
Hickory Creek police assisted two agencies and responded to one medical call, one ordinance violation, one suspicious activity call, one theft report, eight traffic calls and one traffic accident.
Justin firefighters responded to one vehicle fire. Justin police responded to 14 traffic calls.
Krum firefighters responded to one controlled burn, two medical calls and one traffic accident. Krum police responded to one noise complaint, one ordinance violation, one medical call and four traffic calls.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to six medical calls and two traffic accidents.
Lewisville police made eight arrests.
Little Elm firefighters responded to four medical calls and one traffic accident. Little Elm police responded to three burglary reports, one criminal trespass call, one forgery report, one harassment call, two noise complaints, five ordinance violations, two medical calls, two reckless drivers, two suspicious activity calls, three theft reports, 14 traffic calls, two traffic accidents and three animal complaints.
Northeast police assisted two motorists and responded to 17 traffic calls.
Northlake police assisted one agency and one motorist and responded to two reckless boaters, one theft and 24 traffic calls.
Oak Point police assisted one motorist and responded to one burglary, one disturbance call and seven traffic calls.
Ponder firefighters responded to one medical call and one traffic accident. Ponder police responded to one traffic accident.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to one illegal burn, two medical calls and one welfare concern. Pilot Point police assisted one agency and responded to two medical calls, three traffic calls, one welfare concern and four suspicious activity calls.
Sanger firefighters responded to three medical calls and one animal bite. Sanger police assisted one agency and responded to two disturbance calls, three reckless drivers, two suspicious activity calls, two traffic calls and one animal bite.
The Colony firefighters responded to five medical calls, one smoke or odor removal and one traffic accident.
Trophy Club firefighters responded to two medical calls and one carbon monoxide or hazardous materials call. Trophy Club police responded to one fireworks complaint, one carbon monoxide or hazardous materials call, 17 traffic calls, four animal complaints, one harassment call and two ordinance violations.
— Megan Gray