A deputy responded to the 13800 block of Melissa Court on Tuesday evening after a husband and wife got into an altercation for the second time that night, according to Denton County sheriff’s reports.
The wife called deputies back after she confronted her husband about a phone number she found on his phone belonging to a “call girl service,” according to reports.
The first dispatch earlier in the evening involved the husband kneeing the wife’s bottom, causing her pain, sheriff’s officials said.
After confronting her husband, she reported he denied having any knowledge of the number and when she told him it belonged to a call girl service, the husband allegedly got very upset.
According to reports, the husband knocked the wife to the ground, causing her pain to her left leg, hip and shoulder.
The husband was not at the residence upon arrival, the responding deputy said.
5800 block of Donald Road — A deputy was dispatched to Krum on Tuesday for a burglary report.
Between 8 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. someone drove onto a well site entrance and forcibly entered the complainant’s shed by knocking out the deadbolt with unknown means.
According to reports, more than $5,000 worth of property was taken, including a riding lawn mower, trail bike, chain saw and air compressor.
A cigarette butt was taken into evidence, according to reports.
3900 block of Cliffside Drive — Two homes under construction were broken into sometime Monday night, police said.
The builder told police someone kicked in the doors to two homes he was building and stole kitchen appliances within a 24-hour period.
Both homes were missing an oven, microwave and dishwasher, with one home also missing a kitchen sink, police said.
The items taken and the damage occurred was worth more than $2,000, according to Denton police reports.
From 7 a.m. Tuesday to 7 a.m. Wednesday:
• Denton County sheriff’s dispatches answered 674 service and officer-initiated call for the agencies they serve. Twenty-seven people were booked into Denton County Jail.
• Denton police responded to 219 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 24 reports online.
• Denton firefighters responded to 18 medical calls, one water leak, one smoke or odor removal and three good-intent calls.
Argyle firefighters responded to one medical call, one structure fire and one request to unlock a vehicle. Argyle police officers responded to one abandoned vehicle, assisted two agencies, checked six buildings, assisted one motorist, reported to two special report calls, two suspicious vehicle calls, 20 traffic calls, two vacation watches, one animal complaint and four walk-throughs.
Aubrey firefighters responded to six medical calls, one grass fire, one structure fire, two traffic transports and one request to unlock a vehicle. Aubrey police officers responded to one medical call, assisted two agencies, responded to one follow-up investigation, responded to one gunshots heard call, met one complainant and responded to one road blockage hazard, one traffic call and one traffic complaint.
Bartonville police officers responded to two broadcast calls and one traffic call.
Double Oak police officers assisted three agencies and responded to one animal complaint, one theft report and three traffic calls.
Hickory Creek police officers assisted one agency and responded to one gunshots heard call, one motorist assist, one road blockage hazard, one special report call, one suspicious person call, 10 traffic calls, one walk-through, one traffic transport incidentand one welfare concern.
Justin firefighters responded to two medical calls. Justin police officers assisted one agency, and responded to one animal complaint, three traffic calls and one burglary in progress.
Krum firefighters responded to five medical calls, one animal bite attack, one citizen assist and one traffic transport incident. Krum police officers opened one door and responded to one medical call, one verbal disturbance and nine traffic calls.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to five medical calls and one smoke investigation.
Lewisville police officers made 10 arrests.
Oak Point firefighters responded to one structure fire and one medical call. Oak Point police responded to one follow-up investigation, met one complainant and responded to one suspicious activity, one suspicious vehicle, one terroristic threat report and one vehicle complaint.
Ponder firefighters responded to two medical calls, one animal bite attack and one traffic transport incident. Ponder police officers responded to one medical call, one animal bite attack, one traffic transport and one follow-up investigation.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to three medical calls. Pilot Point police officers assisted one agency, responded to two close patrol requests and reported on one criminal trespass in progress, one forgery fraud call, one suspicious person, two traffic calls, one vehicle complaint, two walk-throughs and one welfare call.
Sanger firefighters responded to four medical calls and one citizen assist. Sanger police officers responded to one follow-up investigation, two medical calls, met one complainant, assisted one motorist, opened one door, reported to one suspicious person, one traffic call, two vehicle complainant and one welfare concern.
— Megan Gray
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.