Blotter: Report: Man robs pharmacy

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Police are investigating an alleged robbery that occurred at a pharmacy in the 100 block of University Drive on Saturday morning.

A man entered the business at 1:23 a.m., demanded money and motioned that he had a concealed weapon, according to police reports. Police said the employee gave the suspect cash from the register. The amount of cash taken is not being released at this time.

Once receiving the cash, police said, the suspect fled on foot. No arrests have been made at this time, and no injuries were reported during the incident, according to the report.

 

Other reports

Carrollton — Thanks to an anonymous tip from a concerned citizen, police said they were able to apprehend a man for possession of marijuana Friday morning.

Investigators released few details but did say that officers obtained a search warrant, seized more than six pounds of marijuana and charged the 25-year-old man with possession of more than five pounds of marijuana and less than 50, which is a third-degree felony. Police are not releasing the location where the seizure took place at this time.

2800 block of Wind River Lane — Denton police responded to a report of counterfeit money at a movie theater. According to reports, an employee of the movie theater reported finding a counterfeit $20 bill. This is the third business that has reported receiving counterfeit $20 bills in the last week, police said.

 

Round up

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

Seventy-two people were booked into the Denton County Jail.

Denton police posted 15 reports online.

From Sunday, June 23 to Saturday:

Texas Woman’s University responded to 76 calls for service, two reports and 14 moving violations.

From Sunday, June 23 to Wednesday:

University of North Texas issued three citations for urinating in public, made one possession of marijuana arrest, one driving while intoxicated arrest, issued two citations for driving with an invalid license, responded to one medical call and made one possession of drug paraphernalia and public intoxication arrest.

— Megan Gray

 


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