Blotter: Man reports altercation with relative at house

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A man reported to Denton police that his nephew pulled a knife on him Sunday night.

Police contacted the nephew in the front yard of a house located in the 700 block of Audra Lane.

He was highly intoxicated, police reported, and had an argument with his uncle and the uncle’s children before pulling a knife on them.

The nephew was arrested and charged with aggravated assault family violence, according to the police report.

 

Other reports

5500 block of Mills Road — A girl came home from school to find the front door kicked in and items missing from her house Friday, according to a Denton County sheriff’s report.

The girl’s mother told police two laptops and miscellaneous jewelry were stolen from the house.

3000 block of North Trinity Road — A woman reported to sheriff’s deputies Friday that someone made fraudulent profiles of her online that are harassing and alarming.

She told deputies that because of the profiles, she’s received numerous harassing phone calls.

11300 block of U.S. Highway 380 West — A man reported to sheriff’s deputies Saturday that someone cut wires under the back of his recreational vehicle.

1400 block of Montevideo Court — A man reported to Denton police Sunday that his previous tenants moved out of his rental house unannounced without paying four months rent and took a refrigerator with them.

The refrigerator is valued at $500, according to the police report.

 

Roundup

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

•  Denton police handled 352 service and officer-initiated calls over the weekend and posted 13 reports online from 7 a.m. Sunday to 7 a.m. Monday, including four assaults, five thefts, one failure to identify as a fugitive report, one fraud report, one harassment and one sex offender who failed to register.

•  Denton firefighters responded to one explosive or bomb removal call, two calls to assist invalids, 65 medical calls, one fire marshal investigation, two good intent calls, two accidents, three public service calls, two calls about smoke detectors that were activated, one water or steam leak, one fire, two electrical wiring problemsand one overheated motor.

•  The number of calls Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled was not immediately available. Twenty-five people were booked into county jail from 7 a.m. Sunday to 7 a.m. Monday. Deputies took reports of two criminal mischief calls, one loose livestock, one public intoxication, one theft, two burglaries, three assaults, one animal bite, one fraud and one harassment call.

Argyle firefighters responded to one alarm, eight medical calls, one fire department fill-in and one fire. Argyle police officers responded to eight administrative duty calls, three calls to assist agencies, 35 building checks, six close patrol calls, three criminal mischief calls, six follow-up investigations, four calls to meet complainants, one motorist assist, one open door, six suspicious activity calls, one terroristic threat report, 66 traffic calls, eight vacation watches, one welfare concern, one traffic incident and one alarm.

Aubrey firefighters responded to 13 medical calls, one alarm, two citizen assists, one entrapment report, one fire, four traffic incidents and five calls to unlock vehicles. Aubrey police officers responded to three administrative duty calls, five calls to assist agencies, one disturbance, one funeral escort, two follow-up investigations, one harassment report, one open door, two medical calls, six traffic calls and one welfare concern.

Bartonville police responded to one agency assist, one fire, one call to meet complainant, one suspicious vehicle and one alarm.

Corinth police responded to four abandoned vehicles, four administrative duty calls, three calls to assist agencies, 12 animal complaints, three theft reports, three burglaries, one disturbance, eight follow-up investigations, one found property report, one harassment report, three juvenile complaints, five calls to meet complainants, one missing person, two motorist assists, one narcotics report, one noise complaint, one odor investigation, one ordinance violation, one person with a gun report, one prowler, one psych or suicide attempt, one reckless driver, three road blockages, 89 special patrols, 12 suspicious activity reports, 27 traffic calls, 43 vacation watches, 35 walk through reports, four welfare concern calls, five traffic incidents and four alarms.

Double Oak firefighters responded to one medical call and one fire. Double Oak police officers responded to two agency assists, one loose livestock report, one medical call and eight traffic calls.

Hickory Creek police officers responded to one administrative duty call, four calls to assist agencies, one animal complaint, two burglaries, two criminal mischief calls, one medical call, one fight, two calls about gun shots heard, one juvenile complaint, two motorist assists, one reckless driver, three suspicious activity calls, 23 traffic calls, two traffic incidents and two alarms.

Justin firefighters responded to one alarm, one citizen assist, five medical calls and three fires. Justin police officers responded to one abandoned vehicle, one administrative duty call, five agency assists, one fire, three follow-up investigations, one loose livestock, one open door, one suspicious person, six traffic calls, one medical call, one welfare concern and two alarms.

Krugerville police officers responded to five agency assists, one disturbance, two fights, three follow-up investigations, 13 traffic calls, one walk through call and one alarm.

Krum firefighters responded to seven medical calls and two traffic incidents. Krum police officers responded to two administrative duty calls, one medical call, four close patrols, one criminal mischief report, two disturbances, three follow-up investigations, one forgery or fraud report, one harassment, one juvenile complaint, one ordinance violation, one reckless driver, one suspicious activity report, 11 traffic calls, one traffic incident and one alarm.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to two alarms, 13 medical calls, one fire department fill-in, one fire, two odor investigations and one traffic incident.

Little Elm firefighters responded to four alarms, two assaults, one carbon monoxide or hazmat call, two citizen assists, 15 medical calls, one fire department inspection, two fire department fill-ins, three fires, two traffic incidents and one welfare concern. Little Elm police officers responded to six administrative duty calls, one agency assist, seven animal complaints, three assaults, one auto theft report, three building checks, one burglary, four close patrols, two criminal mischief reports, one criminal trespass, eight disturbances, one fight, six follow-up investigations, three medical calls, one intoxicated person, one juvenile complaint, four calls to meet complainants, two missing person reports, five motorist assists, four noise complaints, two ordinance violations, three prisoner transfers, three reckless drivers, one road blockage, three suspicious activity reports, one terroristic threat, two thefts, 42 traffic calls, 27 walk through calls, two welfare concerns, three traffic incidents and 11 alarms.

Oak Point firefighters responded to one assault and two medical calls. Oak Point police officers responded to one abandoned vehicle, one agency assist, four alarms, five animal complaints, one assault, one disturbance, one medical call, one follow-up investigation, one motorist assist, one ordinance violation, three suspicious activity reports, five traffic calls, one vehicle complaint and two welfare concerns.

Ponder firefighters responded to six medical calls, one fire, one traffic incident and one call to unlock a vehicle. Ponder police officers responded to one administrative duty call and one follow-up investigation.

Pilot Point firefighters responded to one burn or explosion, six medical calls and one citizen assist. Pilot Point police officers responded to two administrative duty calls, one agency assist, one assault, one burglary, five close patrols, two disturbances, one fight, one follow-up investigation, two motorist assists, one reckless driver, one medical call, two suspicious vehicle reports, eight traffic calls and two warrant service reports.

Sanger firefighters responded to five medical calls, two fires, one intoxicated person, one traffic incident and two calls to unlock vehicles. Sanger police officers responded to three administrative duty calls, five calls to assist agencies, two alarms, four animal complaints, one criminal mischief report, two disturbances, one fire, three follow-up investigations, one intoxicated person, three juvenile complaints, two motorist assists, one noise complaint, one medical call, one reckless driver, one road blockage, three suspicious activity calls, one terrorist threat report, two thefts, eight traffic calls, one vehicle complaint, two walk through calls, one warrant investigation and two traffic incidents.

— Rachel Mehlhaff

 

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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