Blotter: Police investigating report of damage to vehicle

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A 28-year-old woman reported to Denton police Friday morning that she believes her ex-boyfriend damaged her vehicle.

Police said the woman reported three of her tires were slashed in the 3500 block of East McKinney Street sometime overnight Thursday and she believes it was her ex-boyfriend because he was mad at her.

According to reports, the woman also alleged the ex-boyfriend might have put something in her gas tank, since her car isn’t running well like it used to.

The investigation is ongoing and no charges have yet been filed, police said.

Other reports

9000 block of Teasley Lane — A Denton officer took a fraud report over the phone Friday afternoon. According to reports, an area business reported that they placed on order for some water pipes through a fraudulent company. The purchase, reports show, was made June 30.

2600 block of East FM407 — A man scaring employees at a local convenience store recently caused quite a stir, Double Oak police said.

According to reports, the man talked about anarchy and religion and was “twitching badly.” Later, the man threw a champagne bottle he stole from the store at a neighboring business, breaking a window, police said.

He fled on foot prior to officers arrival, according to reports.

An investigation is underway.


From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday:

* Fifty-three people were booked into Denton County Jail.

* Denton police posted 13 reports online.

From Sunday, July 6, to Saturday:

Texas Woman’s University police responded to 44 calls for service, three reports, 17 moving violations and made three arrests.

From Sunday, July 6, to Wednesday:

University of North Texas police responded to two medical calls, one public intoxication arrest, one possession of controlled substance arrest, three outside agency warrant arrests, two possession of marijuana arrests, issued one possession of drug paraphernalia citation, responded to one burglary and made one arrested for evading detention.

— Megan Gray-Hatfield

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