A 25-year-old man was accused of loudly cursing in a Walmart parking lot and pulling his arms away from officers when they tried to arrest him on Sunday afternoon, according to a police report.
He was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Earlier, inside the store in the 2700 block of West University Drive , a man reported the suspect for accusing his 15-year-old daughter of stealing and attempting to get the girl to "go in the back with him," according to the report. Another person said he was shouting.
Police arrived on the scene to find the man in the parking lot. The suspect told the officer that he was joking around with the teenage girl about stealing. He said he became upset after the girl's father called him a pervert.
Police said the man would not cooperate, and he continued to curse loudly in the parking lot, the report said. He was taken to Denton City Jail.
Intersection of Underwood Road and the FM2449 — Denton police issued a citation for public intoxication early Sunday morning to the driver of a damaged Chevrolet Malibu that had been stopped in an intersection for about an hour and half, according to a police report.
Police first responded to a report of a major accident at around 1:30 a.m. in the intersection of Underwood Road and FM2449 in far southwest Denton. The caller reported the vehicle had been stopped in the middle of the road and the driver was passed out.
When police came upon the Chevrolet Malibu, they noticed damage to the front end. Police determine the driver was intoxicated but didn't know what caused the damage, the report said.
Police said they couldn't charge the man with driving while intoxicated because of the amount of time that passed. The driver was eventually released to a friend, and no arrests were made.
1000 block of Peak Street — A woman reported a stolen vehicle after she said an impound lot released her car to another person, according to a Denton police report.
The 67-year-old victim said she left her car at a friend's house in November with the condition that no one drive it, the report said. She was informed last week that a woman was arrested with the vehicle, and it was taken to an impound lot, according to the report.
When the victim called the tow yard, she was told the vehicle had been released to the owner. No arrests were made.
From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday:
The Denton County Sheriff's Office handled 2,442 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies it serves, and 146 people were booked into Denton County Jail.
Denton police handled 463 calls for service and made 32 arrests.
Denton firefighters responded to 82 medical calls, three vehicle crashes, two grass fires and one cooking fire.