Blotter: Officers patrol area after woman reports disturbance

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Denton police officers spent the early Sunday morning hours patrolling the 6500 block of Welston Lane after responding to a disturbance call.

When they arrived, they found the caller standing in the middle of the street looking for the suspect. The woman told officers that her ex-husband had been sending her threatening texts and voice-mail messages, the report said.

She stated the latest message she received from him said he was right outside her house. She said her ex-husband was violent in the past and she was afraid for her safety.

Officers began a close patrol in the area and advised the woman to call back if the suspect returned to the location, the report said.

 

Other reports

2800 block of Wind River Lane Officers responded to a report of a burglary of a vehicle.

A man reported that his vehicle’s steering console was dismantled while he watched a movie, according to the report.

3400 block of Joyce Lane Officers spoke with a woman who stated her boyfriend had assaulted her.

She said he struck her with a hanger multiple times, according to a police report.

Upon further investigation, officers determined the assault had occurred and arrested the man.

 

Roundup

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

Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 2,219 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve. A total of 114 people were booked into Denton County Jail.

Denton police handled 778 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 45 reports online.

Denton firefighters responded to 64 medical calls, two motor vehicle/pedestrian accidents, one vehicle accident with injuries, one fire drill, three false alarms, two public assistance calls, two good-intent calls, one gas leak, one bomb threat, two building fires, one agency assist, five unintentional alarm or smoke detector activations, two motor vehicle accidents with no injuries, one oil or other combustible liquid spill, one call to remove victims from a stalled elevator, two police matters and one call for public service.

Argyle firefighters responded to an assault, four medical calls, one grass fire, one smoke investigation, one unknown-type fire, one suicide attempt and one traffic transport incident. Argyle police responded to 160 calls including 52 traffic calls, three welfare concern calls, four motorist assists and a burglary in progress.

Aubrey firefighters responded to nine medical calls, one drowning, two grass fires, two structure fires, two unknown-type fires, one overdose, one suicide attempted, one traffic transport incident and two vehicle unlocks. Aubrey police responded to 52 calls including 35 traffic calls, one burglary report and two noise complaints.

Bartonville police responded to seven traffic calls.

Corinth police responded to 379 calls, including one missing person, two 911 hangups, 65 traffic calls and seven calls for suspicious vehicles.

Double Oak firefighters responded to one controlled burn, one vehicle unlock and one water main break.

Hickory Creek police responded to 61 calls including 36 traffic calls, two reports of theft in progress and one reckless driver.

Justin firefighters responded to one carbon monoxide call, one citizen assist, one controlled burn, one illegal burn, one overdose, three medical calls, one traffic transport incident and one water main break.

Krum firefighters responded to an assault, four medical calls, one carbon monoxide call, one drowning and three traffic transport incidents. Police responded to 44 calls including one burglary report, one domestic disturbance and one drowning.

Krugerville police responded to 15 calls, including three agency assists and two vehicle complaints.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to 15 medical calls, one alarm fire, one carbon monoxide call, one citizen assist, one structure fire, one odor investigation, one suicide attempt, nine traffic transport incidents and one vehicle unlock.

Little Elm firefighters responded to 26 calls, including one animal complaint, two structure fires and three vehicle unlocks. Police responded to 177 calls including five reports of assault, four building checks, two domestic disturbances and three Child Protective Services referrals.

Oak Point firefighters responded to a call for downed power lines, two smoke investigations, two structure fires, one overdose, one medical call and one water main break. Police responded to 73 calls, including eight ordinance violations and two noise complaints.

Ponder firefighters responded to one carbon monoxide call, one structure fire, one roadblock, one medical call, one traffic transport incident and one vehicle unlock. Police responded to 28 calls including eight traffic calls, six ordinance violations and two follow-up investigations.

Pilot Point firefighters responded to three medical calls, three citizen assists, one grass fire, one illegal burn, two structure fires, one traffic transport incident and three vehicle unlocks.

Sanger firefighters responded to one call for downed power lines, seven medical calls, one suicide attempt and five traffic transport incidents. Police responded to 61 calls including two vehicle complaints, four reckless drivers and three juvenile complaints.

Trophy Club firefighters responded to six medical calls, one alarm fire, one assault report, one carbon monoxide call, one suicide attempt and one vehicle unlock.

— Bj Lewis

 


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