A 20-year-old woman fled from police in the 1700 block of Sam Bass Boulevard after 3 a.m. Friday, police reported.
According to reports, police noticed the woman walk away quickly from a vehicle parked in the corner of a parking lot when she saw the officer watching her. The car began to drive toward the officer to exit the lot.
Police said that when they spoke to the woman, who became nervous and told conflicting stories about her reason being at the complex. She told the officers her name and admitted she might have outstanding warrants, according to the report.
After checking with dispatch, the officer confirmed the woman had outstanding warrants. When she was told she was under arrest, she said, “No,” and began to run.
While running, the woman was throwing multiple items from her pockets and waistband, police said.
After a brief foot chase, the woman was arrested. Police said numerous amounts of various narcotics were found on her and in the area where she had been running.
1500 block of San Gabriel Drive — A 27-year-old man was arrested after he allegedly threatened various acts of violence late Friday night.
According to police reports, officers were dispatched to a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, dispatchers notified officers that the suspect stated he would shoot at responding officers in an attempt to commit suicide by cop, police said.
Officers located the suspect and arrested him for assault family violence, public intoxication and terrorist threat, according to reports.
1400 block of Centre Place Drive — Denton police responded to a theft report Friday morning after a construction company said someone entered an apartment and took appliances without permission.
The value of the stolen goods is unknown, according to reports.
From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday:
Sixty-eight people were booked into Denton County Jail.
Denton police posted 25 reports online.
From Sunday, April 21, through Saturday:
Texas Woman’s University police responded to 86 calls for service, 10 reports, seven escorts, 76 parking violations, 29 moving violations and made three arrests.
From Sunday, April 21, through Wednesday:
University of North Texas police responded to two theft calls, two mental health calls, one urinating/defecating in public call, one public intoxication arrest, one possession of marijuana arrest, two medical calls, one vehicle burglary, issued one possession of drug paraphernalia citation and one damaged vehicle report.
— Megan Gray