Blotter: Woman robbed, money taken

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A 23-year-old woman was approached by a man who displayed a black handgun and grabbed $150 out of her hand shortly after 4:30 p.m. Friday in the 1000 block of East Hickory Street, according to police reports.

After the suspect took the victim’s money, he walked off toward a drainage ditch near Bradshaw and East Hickory streets, reports stated.

Officers arrested the 49-year-old suspect and charged him with theft, police reports stated.

 

Other reports

900 block of Regency Court — A burglar kicked in the front door of a house and took the kitchen sink, a garbage disposal and a water filter, the homebuilder told police Friday morning.

The builder told police the suspect caused $100 in damage to the front door and estimated the value of stolen property at $250, reports stated. No arrests have been made and a burglary of habitation report was completed.

2000 block of South Interstate 35E — A woman was arrested on shoplifting charges Friday night, according to police reports.

A store officer called police after he detained a woman. After an investigation, the 28-year-old suspect was arrested on a charge of theft over $50, police records show.

 

Roundup

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

* Fifty-four people were booked into the Denton County Jail.

From Sunday, Feb. 3, to Saturday:

* Texas Woman’s University police responded to 84 calls for service, made seven reports, six escorts, six arrests and issued 140 parking and 66 moving violations.

From Sunday, Feb. 3, to Thursday:

* University of North Texas police made 19 arrests, checked one unattended vehicle damage report, conducted one follow-up investigation and responded to three minor crashes, one welfare concern, one suspicious person, one possession of drug paraphernalia, one theft report, one medical call, two criminal mischief reports, one student misconduct report, two disorderly conduct reports and one littering report.


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