No arrests were made Friday in what Denton police noted as a “drug deal gone badly.”
Police were called to the 9100 block of Teasley Lane after 7 p.m. Friday for a minor accident, according to police reports.
A truck had run into a few vehicles at a mobile home park, police said. The driver told police he was giving a ride to a friend whose name he could not remember. He said a red vehicle pulled up and a man got out and started punching him in the face.
Reports show the man told responding officers that he took off in his truck, lost control and ran into a parked vehicle.
During the investigation, witnesses told police a different story from the driver, police said.
According to reports, the driver of the truck was looked over for injuries by medics and refused any medical help.
6000 block of English Saddle Lane — Denton police are investigating a domestic disturbance reported Friday afternoon.
According to police reports, a son took his mother’s empty purse and threatened violence to his mother and sister.
1000 block of West University Drive — A 45-year-old man reported that the front license plate to his vehicle was stolen Friday while the vehicle was in a parking lot.
From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday:
* Fifty-six people were booked into the Denton County Jail.
* Denton police posted 13 reports online.
From Sunday, July 27, to Saturday:
Texas Woman’s University police responded to 47 calls for service, three reports and 10 moving violations.
From Sunday, July 27, to Thursday:
University of North Texas police responded to three medical calls; issued one citation for urinating in public and two citations for possession of alcoholic beverage where prohibited; made two public intoxication arrests, three driving while intoxicated arrests, one outside agency arrest, one vehicle accident, two warrant arrests, one theft arrest, one arrest for possession of a controlled substance, Penalty Group 3, one possession of drug paraphernalia arrest; responded to one criminal mischief report and one theft more than $50, less than $500; and assisted one agency.
— Megan Gray-Hatfield