Blotter: Driver cited after officers search vehicle

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Denton police officers put a stop to a couple of suspects out for a smoke in the park Sunday.

Two officers patrolling the Denia Park area noticed a vehicle parked in the parking lot near the baseball fields. As officers drove by, they could see two people sitting in the vehicle, according to a police report.

The officers talked to the people to see what they were doing.

While talking to the men, the officers noticed the odor of marijuana. The driver admitted to having a marijuana pipe near the center console. A search of the vehicle yielded a glass pipe on the front passenger floorboard and a prescription bottle containing a small amount of marijuana inside, the report said.

The driver was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia and released, according to the report.

 

Other reports

3500 block of East McKinney Street — A caller said his roommate’s girlfriend locked him out of an apartment and he was assaulted by her while trying to protect his own girlfriend. The roommate’s girlfriend then called to say she was assaulted by the male.

After an investigation, a report for assault family violence was taken and the parties were separated, according to a police report.

 

Roundup

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

Denton police handled 688 service and officer-initiated calls.

Denton firefighters responded to 44 medical calls, one smoke detector activation, one smoke removal, one special outside fire, two vehicle accidents with injuries, two Dumpster fires, one controlled burning, one unauthorized burning, two police matters, two motor vehicle accidents with no injuries, two assist invalid calls, one outside rubbish fire, one person in distress, three false alarms and one lockout.

Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 2,439 service and officer-initiated calls. 119 people were booked into Denton County Jail.

Argyle firefighters responded to three traffic incidents, two vehicle unlocks, one suicide attempt, one fire, a fall and two medical calls. Argyle police responded to 41 traffic calls, 27 vacation watch calls, three administrative duty calls, three agency assists, 24 building checks, one burglary report, two close patrols, one verbal disturbance, one follow-up investigation, one juvenile complaint, one meet complainant, one motorist assist, one road blockage, one suspicious activity and one suspicious vehicle.

Aubrey firefighters responded to four medical calls, five citizen assists, five falls, one structure fire, three odor investigations, four traffic incidents, two unconscious fainting calls and one vehicle unlock. Aubrey police responded to one agency assist, one burglary report, one criminal mischief report, one disturbance, one verbal disturbance, one fight in progress, five follow-up investigations, one juvenile complaint, one meet complainant, one suspicious activity, one theft in progress, three traffic calls, one traffic complaint and one unconscious fainting.

Bartonville police responded to five agency assists, five close patrols, one criminal trespass report, one theft report, nine traffic calls and one audible alarm.

Corinth police responded to one abandoned vehicle, 12 administrative duty calls, four agency assists, one building check, one burglary in progress, two carbon monoxide/hazmat calls, two child protective service referrals, one criminal mischief in progress, two criminal mischief calls, two domestic disturbances, one verbal disturbance, two fights in progress, one fire/smoke investigation, three follow-up investigations, two forgery fraud calls, one found property, one 911 hangup, one intoxicated person, one juvenile complaint, six meet complainants, one missing person, one motorist assist, one narcotics-related call, four noise complaints, two ordinance violations, one reckless driver, three road blockages, 124 special patrols, one suspicious person, five suspicious vehicle calls, two theft reports, 20 traffic calls, 54 vacation watch calls, three vehicle complaints, 35 walk-through calls and five welfare concern calls.

Double Oak firefighters responded to one traffic incident. Double Oak police responded to one administrative duty, one agency assist, one meet complainant, one suspicious vehicle, 17 traffic incidents and two vacation watch calls.

Hickory Creek police officers responded to two administrative duty calls, four agency assists, one burglary report, one carbon monoxide/hazmat, one criminal mischief, two disturbances, one fight in progress, two juvenile complaints, two meet complainants, one noise complaint, one ordinance violation, one suicide attempt, one special patrol, four suspicious vehicles, two thefts in progress, 80 traffic calls and two welfare concern calls.

Justin firefighters responded to five medical calls, one assault, one structure fire, one overdose poisoning and one suicide attempt. Justin police responded to four agency assists, one criminal trespass in progress, one verbal disturbance, one noise complaint, one suspicious activity, one suspicious vehicle, one theft report and five traffic calls.

Krum firefighters responded to two medical calls, one domestic disturbance, one structure fire, one overdose poisoning, one suicide attempt, two traffic incidents and one vehicle unlock. Krum police responded to five administrative duty calls, one agency assist, one verbal disturbance, one follow-up investigation, two 911 hangups, two meet complainants, one noise complaint, three ordinance violations, one suspicious activity, 20 traffic calls, one vehicle complaint and one welfare concern.

Krugerville police officers responded to seven administrative duty calls, six agency assists, nine close patrols, one verbal disturbance, one motorist assist, one reckless driver, one suspicious activity, one suspicious person, two suspicious vehicles and nine traffic calls.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to one fire, three carbon monoxide/hazmat calls, six medical calls, two falls, one electrical fire, one illegal burn, one smoke investigation, one structure fire, two odor investigations, one overdose poisoning, one suicide attempt and one traffic incident.

Little Elm firefighters responded to six medical calls, one carbon monoxide alarm, two alarm fires, two carbon monoxide/hazmat calls, one citizen assist, one fall, one smoke investigation, one structure fire, one suicide attempt, traffic transport incident, two traumatic injuries and two vehicle unlocks. Little Elm police responded to seven administrative duty calls, four agency assists, one boater assist, four building checks, two burglary reports, two carbon monoxide/hazmat calls, 11 close patrols, two criminal mischief reports, one criminal trespass in progress, one disturbance, four domestic disturbances, one structure fire, seven follow up investigations, one 911 hangup, four juvenile complaints, one juvenile custody, three meet complainants, two missing person, one motorist assist, one narcotics, eight noise complaints, four open doors, one ordinance violation, two prisoner transfers, one suicide attempts, three reckless drivers, three road blockage hazards, one sick person, two solicitor complaints, one special patrol, seven reports of suspicious activity, one suspicious person, five suspicious vehicles, five theft reports, 32 traffic calls, one unknown problem, 11 vacation watch, three vehicle complaints, 12 walk-through calls and four welfare concern calls.

Oak Point firefighters responded to one carbon monoxide alarm, one citizen assist, one fall, one fire test call and one traffic incident. Oak Point police responded to one administrative duty call, three agency assists, two audible alarms, one disturbance, one fall, one fight in progress, two follow up investigations, one juvenile complaint, two meet complainant calls, one motorist assist, one open door call, 13 ordinance violations, one reckless driver, two suspicious activity calls, one suspicious vehicle, 40 traffic calls and two walk-through calls.

Ponder firefighters responded to medical call, one grass fire, one overdose poisoning, one suicide attempt, one traffic incident and one vehicle unlock.

Pilot Point firefighters responded to one medical call, one fall, one illegal burn, one road blockage and one vehicle unlock. Pilot Point police responded to two administrative duty calls, three agency assists, 28 close patrols, one criminal mischief, one disturbance, one verbal disturbance, one fight in progress, one 911 hang up, one harassment report, one meet complainant, one missing person, two road blockage hazards, one suspicious vehicle, five traffic calls and one walk-through call.

Sanger firefighters responded to six medical calls, one citizen assist, one suicide attempt and one road blockage. Sanger police responded to one administrative duty call, four agency assists, one audible alarm, two civil service, two criminal mischief reports, one deadly conduct, five disturbances, three domestic disturbances, two verbal disturbances, five follow-up investigations, one heat problem, one intoxicated person, three juvenile complaints, four meet complainant calls, three motorist assists, five noise complaints, one suicide attempt, four reckless driver calls, four road blockage hazard calls, two suspicious person reports, six suspicious vehicle calls, one terroristic threat report, 21 traffic calls and one welfare concern report.

— Bj Lewis

 


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