Blotter: Report: Woman arrested on assault charge

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A woman was arrested after she became angry with her husband in the 1600 block of Goodwin Drive in Providence Village on Monday.

According to Denton County Sheriff’s Office reports, an argument broke out between a husband and wife after the wife found out her husband was going to meet a woman he had a child with.

The wife, according to reports, was angry at her husband and grabbed a knife from the kitchen and went to the garage to slash her husband’s tires.

After deputies spoke with the husband, he reported he was awakened by his wife when she flipped on the light and started yelling at him. She then, according to reports, began hitting him with a pillow.

Statements were also taken from the couple’s two children.

Three tires on the husband’s vehicle were flat, sheriff’s officials said.

The responding deputy determined the wife was the aggressor in the incident and she was arrested for assault causing bodily injury/family violence.


Other reports

100 block of Las Colinas Trail — Deputies responded to a theft call after a new homeowner reported copper wire missing from his air conditioner unit.

Photographs and evidence were taken from the scene for further investigation.



From 7 a.m. Tuesday to 7 a.m. Wednesday:

•  Denton police responded to 304 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 16 reports online.

•  Denton firefighters responded to 17 medical calls, one good intent call, one smoke detector activation call and three service calls.

From 7 a.m. Monday to 7 a.m. Wednesday:

•  Denton County sheriff’s dispatch responded to 779 officer and service- initiated calls for the agencies they serve. Fifty-eight people were booked into Denton County Jail.

Argyle firefighters responded to two medical calls.

Argyle police officers responded to three building checks, one follow-up investigation, assisted one motorist, took one suspicious vehicle call, 16 traffic calls and responded to three vacation watches.

Aubrey firefighters responded to four medical calls and one structure fire. Aubrey police officers responded to one medical call, one fireworks complaint, met one complainant, responded to six traffic calls, one suspicious person call and responded to one road block.

Bartonville police officers responded to one juvenile complaint and two noise complaints.

Double Oak police officers responded to two fireworks complaints, assisted one agency, responded to three traffic calls and seven vacation watches.

Hickory Creek police officers assisted two agencies, responded to one criminal trespass in progress call, one suspicious person call, one suspicious vehicle call, took two theft reports, responded to 13 traffic calls and one welfare concern.

Justin firefighters responded to four medical calls and one alarm fire. Justin police officers responded to five fireworks complaints, one follow-up investigation, one gunshots heard, one welfare concern and two walkthroughs.

Krum firefighters responded to six medical calls. Krum police officers responded to three animal complaints, one domestic disturbance call, one medical call, one fireworks complaint, one noise complaint, one ordinance violation, one suspicious activity, one suspicious person and 10 traffic calls.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to five medical calls, one structure fire and one traffic transport.

Little Elm firefighters responded to five medical calls, one odor investigation and two structure fires. Little Elm police officers responded to four building checks, one burglary report, one carbon monoxide or hazmat call, one civil service call, one CPS referral call, one fight in progress, one gunshots call, one reckless driver call, five fireworks complaints, three juvenile complaints, eight noise complaints, one road block call, one suspicious activity call, three suspicious persons calls, five traffic calls, six vacation watches, two vehicle complaints, responded to two warrants and one welfare concern.

Oak Point firefighters responded to one medical call. Oak Point police officers responded to one medical call, one criminal trespass in progress call, one audible alarm call, 10 fireworks complaints, assisted one motorist, responded to two suspicious activity calls and two traffic calls.

Ponder firefighters responded to one illegal burn and three medical calls. Ponder police officers responded to one criminal mischief report.

Pilot Point firefighters responded to two medical calls and one traffic transport. Pilot Point police officers responded to one close patrol call, two disturbance calls and one fireworks complaint.

Sanger firefighters responded to nine medical calls and one vehicle unlock. Sanger police officers responded to one abandoned vehicle, one animal complaint, one disturbance call, two fireworks complaints, met four complainants, assisted one motorist, responded to one person with a gun, two reckless drivers, one suspicious vehicle, one traffic call and one welfare concern.

From Dec. 24 to Sunday:

Carrollton police processed 111 prisoners through the city jail and responded to 92 incident-related calls.

From Dec. 27 to Tuesday:

Lewisville police made 60 arrests.

— 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.

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