Blotter: Denton police responds to call about ‘Police’ vehicle

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Denton police responded to a call Saturday about a car that had the word “Police” on the side but no city, county or state insignia, according to a police report.

The car was reported at the corner of Airport Road and Interstate 35, the report stated.

The caller told police that there were several people inside the car and they appeared to be dressed in police attire, according to the report.

The case is pending.

 

Other reports

2500 block of Stockbridge Road — Two sisters, ages 13 and 15, were reported missing early Saturday following a family dispute, according to a police report.

An officer responded to a call from a resident who reported that a 12-year-old boy told her that he had been abused, according to the police report.

The boy is the younger brother of the two girls who went missing.

The officer reported that the boy had serious red and blue marks covering his body, according to the report.

The officer made contact with the mother of the children and she told the officer that she recently had received custody of her three children but didn’t want to raise them, according to the report.

A suspect was arrested for abusing the 12-year-old after he admitted to police that he had whipped the boy with a belt, according to the report.

Child Protective Services was contacted to assess the situation and take custody of the children.

However, the two sisters went missing before CPS could take custody, according to the police report. The case is pending.

3600 block of Mingo Road — A caller reported that someone took her car after it broke down Sunday evening, according to a police report.

She told police that she left the vehicle on the side of the road for a little over 30 minutes but when she returned it was gone.

The case is still open and pending.

— John D. Harden

 


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