Blotter: Report: Family dispute leads to gun threat

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Sheriff’s deputies were called to a family dispute Friday evening in the 9100 block of Teasley Lane after a father reported his teenage son had threatened to shoot him.

Nogun was displayed, reports state. According to reports, the son fled before the deputies arrived. A criminal offense report was completed.

 

Other reports

6700 block of Spring Branch Road — A sheriff’s deputy responded to a burglary of habitation call at 2:51 p.m. Sunday after reports of copper wiring being stolen. According to the deputy’s report, someone forced entry into a person’s residence and stole the copper wiring, damaging most of the home. At least $5,000 worth of damage was reported, sheriff’s officials said.

5700 block of Luginbyhl Road — Bullets damaged a building and car sometime Sunday morning, according to officials. The complainant told sheriff’s deputies someone used an unknown type of gun to shoot the west wall of his building. According to the reports, the complainant reported four bullet holes in his building. At least one of the bullets entered the building and struck a driver’s door window of a vehicle parked inside the building, reports state.

 

Roundup

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

•  Denton police officers responded to 279 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 14 reports online.

•  Denton firefighters responded to 21 medical calls, one grass fire, one overheated motor, one good intent call, one public service call and one vehicle accident.

Lewisville Police Department made eight arrests.

From 7 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 11- Sunday, Feb. 17:

Carrollton Police Department processed 145 people into the city jail and responded to 97 incidents.

From 7 a.m. Monday, Feb.12 to 7 a.m. Monday:

The Colony firefighters responded to 28 medical calls, one motor vehicle accident, two outside rubbish/trash or waste calls, one smoke detector activation, one passenger vehicle fire, one smoke or odor removal, one gas leak and one electrical short.

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

•  Denton County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers handled 2,568 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve. One hundred and thirty-three people were booked into the county jail.

Argyle firefighters responded to two alarm fires, one carbon monoxide or hazmat call, eight medical calls, one illegal burn, one structure fire, one odor investigation and two traffic transports. Argyle police officers responded to one burglary report, one agency assist call, one disturbance call, three follow-up investigations, five motorist assist calls, one noise complaint, one road block, one suspicious activity call, 89 traffic call, two traffic transports and four audible alarm calls.

Aubrey firefighters responded to one alarm fire, one smoke investigation, one structure fire, 23 medical calls, two traffic transports and two vehicle unlocks. Aubrey police officers responded to two disturbance calls, one follow-up investigation, two noise complaints, two pursuit calls, one suspicious vehicle call, 15 traffic calls and two agency assist calls.

Bartonville police officers responded to one agency assist, one burglary report, five follow-up investigations, two roadblocks, one suspicious vehicle, eight traffic calls and one welfare concern.

Double Oak firefighters responded to one alarm fire. Double Oak police officers responded to one noise complaint, one roadblock, one suspicious vehicle, 19 traffic calls, one alarm fire, two animal complaints and three agency assist calls.

Hickory Creek police responded to seven agency assist calls, one burglary report, one carbon monoxide or hazmat call, two deadly conduct calls, one illegal burn, three follow-up investigations, two motorist assist calls, one reckless driver, one roadblock, two suspicious vehicles, one theft in progress, 84 traffic calls, one traffic transport and one vehicle complaint.

Highland Village firefighters responded to one structure fire and one unknown fire.

Justin firefighters responded to one citizen assist, one traffic transport, one vehicle unlock and two medical calls. Justin police responded to one roadblock, one suspicious vehicle, one theft report, two traffic calls, five agency assist calls and two audible alarm calls.

Krum firefighters responded to one disturbance call, one illegal burn, one vehicle fire and three medical calls. Krum police responded to one domestic disturbance call, one agency assist call, one vehicle fire, three follow-up investigations, one gas drive-off, one motorist assist call, one medical call, one noise complaint, one reckless driver, two theft reports, 25 traffic calls, one vehicle complaint, three welfare concerns, one traffic transport, one alarm and one animal complaint.

Krugerville police responded to two agency assist calls, two motorist assist calls, one medical call, one suspicious vehicle call one vehicle complaint and 19 traffic calls.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to three alarm fires, one animal bite attack, one carbon monoxide/hazmat call, two electrical fires, one grass fire, one illegal burn, one unknown fire, two structure fires, one odor investigation, 21 medical calls, one reckless driver and three traffic transports.

Little Elm firefighters responded to one alarm fire, one burns/explosion call, one carbon monoxide/hazmat call, assisted two citizens and responded to two structure fires, four traffic transports and 13 medical calls. Little Elm police responded to one burglary, one burns/explosion call, one criminal trespass report, one criminal mischief report, four disturbance calls, one fight in progress, four follow-up investigations, one gun shots heard, one narcotics call, four missing persons calls, four reckless driver calls, three road blocks, seven suspicious activity reports, one terroristic threat reports, two theft reports, 37 traffic calls, three vehicle complaints, six welfare concerns calls, seven traffic transports, one animal bite report, 10 animal complaints and one animal cruelty report.

Oak Point firefighters responded to one structure fires and two medical calls. Oak Point police responded to one burglary, one criminal mischief, one domestic disturbance call, one structure fire, seven follow-up investigations, four medical calls, four traffic calls, two welfare concerns, one animal bite report,two motorist assist calls, one agency assist call, one theft report and two suspicious activity reports.

Pilot Point firefighters responded to one fire alarm, one illegal burn, one smoke investigation, one traffic transport, two vehicle unlocks and nine medical calls. Pilot Point police responded to three criminal mischief reports, three follow-up investigations, two gun shots heard calls, one loose livestock call, one noise complaint, three agency assist calls, 10 traffic calls and one traffic transport.

Ponder firefighters responded to one alarm carbon monoxide call. Ponder police responded to three follow-up investigations, one theft report, one ordinance violation and two traffic calls.

Sanger firefighters responded to nine medical calls, one structure fire, and one domestic disturbance call. Sanger police officers responded to two alarms, three agency assist calls, one burglary report, one disorderly conduct, three disturbance calls, one structure fire, two follow-up investigations, one missing person call, three motorist assist calls, one narcotics call, one theft in progress, 10 traffic calls, two welfare concerns, one theft report and five suspicious activity calls.

Trophy Club firefighters responded to one alarm fire, one illegal burn and two medical calls. Trophy Club police officers responded to one abandoned vehicle, one agency assist call, one burglary report, one criminal mischief report, two deadly conduct calls, five follow-up investigations, three motorist assist calls, two noise complaints, one prowler call, one roadblock, seven suspicious activity calls, one theft in progress call, one theft report, 17 traffic calls, one welfare concern, one traffic transport, one alarm fire, eight animal complaints and four audible alarm calls.

— Megan Gray


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