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Blotter: Woman arrested in alleged assault of Fry Street bartender
An assault at Fry Street Public House resulted in the arrest of a 21-year-old woman just before 2 a.m. Sunday.
Blotter: Woman says husband choked her and demanded money
Blotter: Denton police look for suspect in sexual assaults near UNT campus
Culture change: Murphree offers fresh start for sheriff's office
Members of his command staff say Sheriff Tracy Murphree has brought an overall culture change to an office in need of a fresh start.
Blotter: Police investigate report of improper student-teacher relationship at Ryan High
According to Denton police spokesman Shane Kizer, a Ryan High staff member reported the incident involving a male substitute teacher and a 17-year-old female student to an administrator Wednesday morning. Police would not identify the suspect.
Blotter: Mausoleum vandalized at IOOF Cemetery
Eight people with the surname "Wright" occupied the mausoleum, according to cemeteries-of-tx. com. The oldest occupant, William Crow Wright, was born in 1837, records show. 100 block of Avenue A — A Hispanic man allegedly punched a 22-year-old Flower Mound man at Rip Rocks bar before fleeing the scene, according to a police report.
Blotter: Police check on two young children soliciting help from strangers
The woman said she was hurt at the time of the assault but had no pain and was not injured when the police arrived, according to the report. 800 block of Bushey Street — A 29-year-old man said Monday that his ex-girlfriend struck him with a vehicle in an open parking lot near Bushey Street.
Blotter: Federal grand jury indicts four Frisco men on hate crime charges
The man reported the incident, which occurred at the 14 Fifty-One apartments, at Denton police headquarters. No arrests were made. 1200 block of Knight Street — A woman has not yet been charged after breaking a man's front door to his home, according to police.
Indictments: May 18, 2017
The following people were indicted by a Denton County grand jury Thursday at the Denton County Courts Building. James Goodwin Jr.