A homeowner came home from work at 3 p.m. Monday to discover her home ransacked, according to Denton County sheriff’s reports.
Deputies responded to the burglary in the 5000 block of Pacific Way Drive after a woman called 911 to report her door was wide open when she arrived home.
The front door, believed to be kicked in according to the responding deputy, had the deadbolt still engaged but the doorjamb was laying on the floor to the home entryway.
Reports indicate the woman did not enter the house when she arrived home because she thought there might be someone inside.
All the rooms had been rummaged through and she reported more than $15,000 worth of her belongings had been taken, including a flat screen TV, iPad, laptop computer, jewelry, $6,000 cash, Wii and Xbox game systems and several bottles of liquor.
No arrests have been made, authorities said.
1800 block of Jason Drive — Police responded to a dispute between two roommates Monday at 11 p.m.
According to reports, officers were dispatched in reference to a domestic disturbance to discover two roommates fighting over rent money.
The two males, ages 19 and 20, were given Class C assault citations after further investigation, police said.
From 7 a.m. Monday to 7 a.m. Tuesday:
• Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers responded to 652 officer and service-initiated calls for the agencies they serve. Forty-two people were booked into Denton County Jail.
• Denton police responded to 273 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 18 reports online.
• Denton firefighters responded to 15 medical calls, one outside rubbish, trash or waste fire, one removal of victim(s) from elevator, two unintentional alarms, one good-intent call, one motor vehicle/pedestrian accident and one police matter.
Argyle police officers assisted two agencies and responded to five building checks, 12 traffic calls, one vacation watch and two walk-through checks.
Aubrey firefighters responded to one alarm fire, four medical calls and four structure fires. Aubrey police responded to one follow-up investigation, one harassment report, two traffic calls and assisted one agency.
Double Oak police officers responded to two traffic calls, two vacation watches and assisted one agency.
Hickory Creek police officers responded to one follow-up investigation, two reckless driver calls, one road blockage, one suspicious person, 20 traffic calls and one walk-through and met one complainant.
Justin firefighters responded to two medical calls and one traffic accident. Justin police officers responded to one burglary report, one disturbance, five suspicious activity calls and assisted one agency.
Krum firefighters responded to one medical call and one traffic accident. Krum police officers responded to one criminal trespass, one follow-up investigation, one ordinance violation, two road blockage hazards, two suspicious vehicle calls and one welfare concern.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to one carbon monoxide call, three fire alarms, six medical calls and one traffic accident.
Lewisville police made eight arrests.
Oak Point firefighters responded to three structure fires. Oak Point police officers responded to one animal complaint, one burglary, three structure fires, two follow-up investigations, one forgery, one noise complaint and one prowler call.
Ponder firefighters responded to one medical call. Ponder police officers responded to one burglary report.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to one medical call, one structure fire and assisted one agency. Pilot Point police officers responded to one open door request, two close patrol calls, one suspicious activity call, one suspicious vehicle call, one theft report and two traffic calls.
Providence Village firefighters responded to one fire alarm.
Sanger firefighters responded to one fire alarm and one smoke investigation. Sanger police officers responded to one animal complaint, two follow-up investigations, met one complainant, assisted one agency and one alarm.
From 7 a.m. Dec. 3 to 7 a.m. Sunday:
n Carrollton police officers processed 153 arrests through the city jail and responded to 120 incidents.
— Megan Gray