Blotter: Woman reports being shot at while driving

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A woman reported to Denton County Sheriff’s deputies that someone shot at her and her boyfriend while they were driving in the 11600 block of U.S. Highway 380 in Crossroads. No one was injured, according to the report.

Other reports

2200 block of Willow Creek Drive — Someone gained information and took out two student loans, according to a Denton County Sheriff’s report.

1300 block of Scripture Street — Denton police received a call Sunday that a truck had run over and damaged property at a volleyball court, and the truck was left at the scene.

The owner of the pickup told police an aquaintance of his roommate must have stolen his truck the night before and caused the damage. The owner’s wallet was taken from the truck as well, according to the crime report.

1300 block of West Hickory Street — A woman reported to Denton police that her electric wheelchair was stolen Sunday.

She told police she left the wheelchair between a coffee shop and a sandwich shop between midnight and 5 p.m. Sunday. When she returned, it was gone, according to the crime report.

The woman told police the wheelchair was unplugged and weighed about 500 pounds. It is valued at $4,500, according to the report.

 

Roundup

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

Denton police handled 799 service and officer-initiated calls over the weekend and posted 12 reports online from 7 a.m. Sunday to 7 a.m. Monday, including two burglaries, two assaults, one unauthorized use of a vehicle report, five thefts and one criminal mischief report.

Denton firefighters responded to 44 medical calls, one electrical wiring or equipment problem, five good intent calls, one removal of victims from a stalled elevator report, two fires, one public service assistance call, one police matter, three accidents, one gas leak and one call to assist an invalid.

Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 1,885 service and officer-initiated calls. One hundred and nine people were booked into county jail. Deputies took reports of four burglaries, one fraud call, three criminal mischief calls, two harassment calls, two thefts, one recovery of stolen item call, one warrant arrest for another agency and one aggravated assault.

Argyle firefighters responded to three alarms, two medical calls, one citizen assist, five fire department inspections, one road blockage and one traffic incident. Argyle police officers responded to eight administrative duty calls, one agency assist, 32 building checks, one disturbance, two calls to meet complainants, one motorist assist, two reckless drivers, 68 traffic calls, seven vacation watches, one traffic incident and one alarm.

Aubrey firefighters responded to two alarms, one assault, six medical calls, one citizen assist, one disturbance, two fires and two traffic incidents. Aubrey police officers responded to one agency assist, one burglary, two disturbances, three follow-up investigations, one reckless driver, one suspicious vehicle, one terroristic threat, one theft, 17 traffic calls, two traffic complaints, two welfare concerns, one alarm and one animal complaint.

Bartonville police responded to one disturbance call, one traffic call and one traffic incident.

Corinth police responded to one abandoned vehicle call, three administrative duty calls, nine agency assists, one assault, four burglaries, two medical calls, one civil service, one criminal mischief report, one disturbance, four follow-up investigations, four calls to meet complainants, four motorist assists, two narcotics calls, 14 open doors, one ordinance violation, one reckless driver, two road blockages, 151 special patrols, one stabbing or gunshot, 14 suspicious activity calls, one terroristic threat, 51 traffic calls, 24 vacation watches, three vehicle complaints, 48 walk-through calls, two welfare concerns, one traffic incident, eight alarms and six animal complaints.

Double Oak firefighters responded to three agency assists, one road blockage, one suspicious vehicle, nine traffic calls and one alarm. Double Oak police officers responded to three agency assists, one assault, one motorist assist, three reckless drivers, one suspicious activity call, five traffic calls and 13 traffic incidents.

Hickory Creek police officers responded to two agency assists, two disturbances, one follow-up investigation, one ordinance violation, one road blockage, two suspicious activity calls, one theft, 53 traffic calls and one traffic incident.

Justin firefighters responded to one assault, three medical calls, one fire and two vehicle unlocks. Justin police officers responded to one administrative duty call, three agency assists, one medical call, two suspicious persons calls, seven traffic calls and one welfare concern.

Krugerville police officers responded to one abandoned vehicle, five administrative duty calls, four agency assists, one alcohol violation, four follow-up investigations, one forgery or fraud, one call to meet complainant, one motorist assist, 17 traffic calls and two animal complaints.

Krum firefighters responded to one assault, two medical calls and four traffic incidents. Krum police officers responded to two administrative duty calls, two agency assists, one building check, two follow-up investigation calls, one intoxicated person, one juvenile complaint, one call to meet complainant, one motorist assist, two open doors, 11 ordinance violations, one solicitor complaint, nine traffic calls, one traffic complaint, two alarms and one animal complaint.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to 14 medical calls, one alarm, one fire, four odor investigations and two traffic incidents.

Little Elm firefighters responded to two alarms, one assault, seven medical calls, three citizen assists, one disturbance, one fire department investigation, three fires, two traffic incidents and one vehicle unlock. Little Elm police officers responded to one abandoned vehicle, four administrative duty calls, two agency assists, two thefts, seven building checks, five burglaries, nine close patrol calls, five criminal mischief calls, six disturbances, one fight, one fire, five follow-up investigations, one harassment, two juvenile complaints, one missing person, three motorist assists, one narcotics call, two noise complaints, 16 ordinance violations, two reckless drivers, four road blockages, 13 suspicious activity calls, one terrorist threat, 33 traffic calls, five vehicle complaints, 13 walk-through calls, two welfare concerns, four traffic incidents, six alarms, nine animal complaints and one animal cruelty report.

Oak Point firefighters responded to one assault, one citizen assist and one traffic incident. Oak Point police officers responded to one administrative duty call, two alarms, one disturbance, four follow-up investigations, one motorist assist, two ordinance violations, one special patrol, one supicious vehicle call, 12 traffic calls, two welfare concerns, one traffic incident and one alarm.

Ponder firefighters responded to one assault, one medical call, one odor investigation and one traffic incident. Ponder police officers responded to one agency assist, one suspicious person call and two traffic calls.

Pilot Point firefighters responded to one citizen assist and three medical calls. Pilot Point police officers responded to two administrative duty calls, two agency assists, one theft, 16 close patrols, one disturbance, one harassment, one noise complaint, four suspicious activity calls, 13 traffic calls, one welfare concern and one animal complaint.

Sanger firefighters responded to one assault, three medical calls, three traffic incidents and two vehicle unlocks. Sanger police officers responded to one administrative duty call, two agency assists, one close patrol, two criminal mischief reports, three disturbances, one escort, one fight, five follow-up investigations, one found property, one harassment, one intoxicated person, three juvenile complaints, three calls to meet complainants, three motorist assists, one noise complaint, one prowler, five reckless drivers, two road blockages, one special patrol, one medical call, six suspicious activity calls, two thefts, 13 traffic calls, two vehicle complaints, three traffic incidents and six animal complaints.

— 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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