Blotter: Police: Woman makes off with stolen goods

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A woman left a Denton store Tuesday with more than $300 worth of items she didn’t pay for, police said.

Denton police said a loss-prevention officer for the store noticed the woman leaving without paying for the merchandise, but the officer was unable to stop her before she got away, according to a police report.

Officers searched the area but were unable to find the suspect, the report stated.

Other reports

400 block of Ame Drive — Someone broke into a clubhouse and took a flat-screen television late Tuesday evening, according to a police report.

The value of the stolen property was not listed.

1600 block of West Oak Street — A 23-year-old woman alleged that her ex-boyfriend had slashed both rear tires on her car, according to a police report.

The woman told officers responding to the criminal mischief call that the tires were slashed sometime Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning.

Roundup

From 7 a.m. Wednesday to 7 a.m. Thursday:

* Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 849 service and officer-initiated calls and booked 41 people into Denton County Jail.

* Denton police responded to 231 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 14 reports online.

* Denton firefighters responded to 21 medical calls, one downed power line, two vehicle accidents and assisted one agency.

Argyle firefighters responded to one medical call. Argyle police assisted one agency, one motorist and responded to one suspicious activity call, one theft, four traffic calls, two traffic accidents and one report of loose livestock.

Aubrey firefighters responded to two medical calls. Aubrey police assisted one agency and responded to three reckless drivers, 10 traffic calls and one traffic accident.

Bartonville police responded to three ordinance violations.

Corinth police assisted four agencies and responded to one deadly conduct call, one gunshot report, one reckless driver, two medical calls, four suspicious activity calls, 37 traffic calls and four animal complaints.

Double Oak police responded to one ordinance violation and five traffic calls.

Hickory Creek police assisted two agencies and responded to one suspicious activity call, 19 traffic calls and three animal complaints.

Justin firefighters responded to one grass fire and three medical calls. Justin police responded to four traffic calls and assisted one agency.

Krum firefighters responded to one medical call and one structure fire. Krum police assisted one agency and responded to one structure fire, one noise complaint and two medical calls.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to four medical calls.

Lewisville police made 11 arrests.

Little Elm firefighters responded to five medical calls and one traffic accident. Little Elm police responded to two assaults, one disturbance call, seven ordinance violations, two suspicious activity calls, 17 traffic calls, one traffic complaint, four animal complaints, three reckless drivers and assisted one motorist.

Northeast police responded to one burglary report, one forgery report, 15 traffic calls and one animal complaint.

Northlake police responded to 28 traffic calls, one medical call and one welfare concern.

Oak Point firefighters responded to one burglary report, five ordinance violations, one suspicious activity call, three traffic calls and one traffic complaint.

Ponder police assisted one agency and responded to one criminal trespass call, one disturbance call and one traffic call.

Pilot Point firefighters responded to one medical call. Pilot Point police responded to one suspicious activity call, one theft call and one traffic call.

Sanger police assisted one motorist and responded to one ordinance violation, one disturbance call, one reckless driver, three suspicious activity calls, two traffic calls and one animal complaint.

The Colony firefighters responded to four medical calls, one watercraft rescue and assisted one agency.

Trophy Club police responded to one ordinance violation, eight traffic calls and one animal complaint.

— Megan Gray-Hatfield


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