A woman reported to the Denton County Jail Work Release Program so intoxicated that she had to be taken to a hospital emergency room early Saturday, according to a sheriff’s report.
A jailer reported that the 32-year-old woman was in the jail shortly after midnight when she became unresponsive. Paramedics arrived and took her to an emergency room.
The jailer checked a satchel of several medications the woman brought with her. Inside one of the bottles he found a small amount of “hash” and two marijuana cigarettes, according to the report.
The hospital staff tested her blood and found it contained alcohol, marijuana, benzodiazepines, cocaine and amphetamine, a report states. After her release, the woman was charged with possession of prohibited substances in a correctional facility.
About the same time, another woman was reported to be intoxicated at the jail. It turned out to be the woman who had dropped the first woman off for the work release program, according to the report.
200 block of King Road, Little Elm area — Officers responding to an alarm early Saturday found the lock cut on the door of a grocery store.
Inside the store they found scattered bags of pork rinds and scattered packages of Newport and Marlboro cigarettes. They also discovered that a file drawer was open. The manager reported that in addition to a quantity of cigarettes, more than $1,000 was missing.
12,000 block of FM1190 — A woman brought her children to walk by the water at the Sanger boat ramp on Ray Roberts Lake on Saturday. But when they returned after a short time, they discovered their car had been burglarized, she reported to authorities.
The woman said she locked the 2011 Infiniti with a Coach cosmetics bag, a Louis Vuitton handbag, a debit card and cash inside.
The family walked down to the water but realized that it was deep there, so they returned to the car after about 10 minutes.
They found the front passenger window smashed and the property missing.
From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday:
• Denton police reports were not available Monday because of a computer system malfunction.
• Denton firefighters responded to 57 medical calls, two grass fires, three smoke investigations, three traffic accidents, three requests for public service, four requests to assist an invalid, two false calls, one person dead on the scene, one controlled burn, three requests to assist police, one medical rescue, one alarm and one person in distress.
Argyle firefighters responded to eight medical calls, one suicide attempt and one traffic accident.
Aubrey firefighters responded to one alarm, 19 medical calls, one request to assist a citizen, one grass fire, one illegal burn, one smoke investigation, one suicide attempt, one stabbing or gunshot wound, one traffic accident and one request to unlock a vehicle.
Krum firefighters responded to four medical calls, one grass fire, one unknown-type fire, one overdose and two traffic accidents.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to five medical calls, one overdose, one suicide attempt and four traffic accidents.
Oak Point firefighters responded to three medical calls and one illegal burn.
Ponder firefighters responded to one alarm, two medical calls, one request to assist a citizen and one overdose.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to one medical call, two requests to assist a citizen, two grass fires and two traffic accidents.
Sanger firefighters responded to two alarms, nine medical calls, one downed power line, two grass fires, one vehicle fire, three traffic accidents and one water main break.
DONNA FIELDER can be reached at 940-566-6885. Her e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org .
Denton County Crime Stoppers will pay a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest in these or other crimes. Callers will remain anonymous. Call 1-800-388-TIPS (8477). Reach the Denton police narcotics tip line at 940-565-5801.