On Saturday, a motorist tried to evade a police officer by driving through a residential neighborhood after the officer attempted to pull him over on Interstate 35E, according to a police report.
The officer observed the man driving erratically on I-35E near the Pennsylvania Street exit at about 11:30 p.m., the report stated. The officer activated his emergency lights and siren to pull the vehicle over, but the driver fled.
The officer pursued the vehicle, which was exceeding the speed limit, into a residential area in Corinth, according to the police report.
The pursuit ended when the driver stopped in the driveway of a residence. The man allegedly tried to rush inside the house but was detained by police.
An officer arrested the man on charges of driving while intoxicated and evading arrest with a vehicle. The man refused to submit to a blood test, so a search warrant was obtained and a blood specimen was taken.
6300 block of Thoroughbred Trail — A woman has a new lead on a vehicle that went missing in 2008 after she received a toll tag charge with the missing vehicle’s license number, she told police.
The woman reported that in February 2008, she took her vehicle into a shop to be repaired. A few weeks later, the repair shop went out of business, and she never got her car back, the woman said.
On Saturday, she told police that she had received bills for toll tag fees charged to the missing vehicle.
The case is still open and under investigation, according to the police report.
1700 block of Pine Hills — A man reported at 9:06 a.m. Saturday that someone had used his credit card information to rent a truck, costing him more than $1,000.
From 7 a.m. Saturday to 7 a.m. Sunday, the Denton police department posted 13 reports online. Twenty-eight people were booked into the city jail.
— John D. Harden
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.