While waiting at a stoplight at Nottingham Drive and East University Drive at about 8:30 p.m. Sunday, a Denton police officer noticed a car he had seen before. Two weeks before, the officer had arrested the driver on a charge of driving with a suspended license and, during the stop, found drug paraphernalia in the car, police reports state.
The officer pulled behind the vehicle and ran the license number, finding that the vehicle showed unconfirmed insurance, according to the police report. At about the 2500 block of Nottingham Drive, he pulled the vehicle over and discovered the same woman that he had arrested, and she was still driving with a suspended license and without insurance, the report states.
The officer arrested the driver and her passenger. The driver was charged with driving while license invalid with previous convictions and without financial responsibility. The passenger was arrested on three warrants on other misdemeanor charges from the Denton police.
300 block of Audra Lane — Denton police responded to a report of a stabbing at about 2 a.m. Sunday. The victim, a 33-year-old Denton man, was transported to Denton Regional Medical Center with serious injuries. The suspect fled the scene, according to the report. The investigation is ongoing.
800 block of West Collins Street — Denton police responding to a domestic disturbance report at about 10:30 p.m. Sunday found a 26-year-old man outside his townhome. The man told police his girlfriend had assaulted him. According to the police report, the man decided to stay at a friend’s house for the night. No charges were filed, but police are continuing to investigate the incident.
300 block of Mission Street — A Denton woman called police at about 1 p.m. Sunday to report that someone broke into her home, taking her television, laptop, camera and jewelry box with jewelry.
According to the police report, the entry to the woman’s house has a deadbolt that is controlled by a pass code entry system. She told police she thought someone entered numbers until the correct combination was found. She estimated the stolen property to be valued at about $1,040.
300 block of Shady Trail — An Oak Point woman told sheriff’s deputies that another woman took her car Saturday night without her permission. She provided the deputy with a name, but no arrest was made, according to the deputy’s report.
3200 block of Eldorado Parkway — A Little Elm area woman told sheriff’s deputies that someone broke into her garage at about 7 a.m. Friday and stole the keys from her vehicle. According to the deputy’s report, the woman didn’t have any idea who would have gone into her garage, which is attached to her house and had been locked.
From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday:
Denton County dispatchers handled 2,186 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve, including 351 calls for Denton County sheriff’s deputies. Eighty-five people were booked into Denton County Jail.
Denton police handled 766 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 65 reports online. Sixteen people were being held in Denton City Jail on Monday.
Denton firefighters responded to one building fire, one grass fire and one brush fire; six vehicle accidents, including four with injuries; three electrical incidents, including one downed power line; and 58 medical calls.
Argyle firefighters responded to five medical calls, two alarms and a traffic incident. Argyle police responded to one criminal trespass in progress and a report of gunshots.
Aubrey firefighters responded to three medical calls, two alarms, two traffic incidents, a water main break and a vehicle unlock. Aubrey police responded to four reports of suspicious vehicles.
Bartonville police responded to one report of suspicious activity, a domestic disturbance and one report of an animal bite.
Corinth police responded to one burglary; one theft in progress; eight reports of suspicious activity, vehicles or persons; four disturbances; one prowler; and one person with a gun.
Double Oak firefighters responded to one structure fire. Police responded to two alarms.
Hickory Creek police responded to one criminal trespass and one criminal mischief, two thefts and six reports of suspicious persons or vehicles.
Justin firefighters responded to three medical calls, a water main break, one fire alarm and one smoke investigation. Police responded to one theft, a verbal disturbance, one suspicious person, a downed power line and a report of gunshots.
Krum firefighters responded to one vehicle fire, three medical calls, a water main break and a traffic incident. Police responded to three thefts, one burglary, a verbal disturbance, one report of criminal mischief and one suspicious vehicle.
Krugerville police responded to two reports of suspicious vehicles.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to two alarms, 10 medical calls, a downed power line, one illegal burn, one vehicle fire, one structure fire and one traffic incident.
Little Elm firefighters responded to four alarms, nine medical calls, one structure fire, one illegal burn and four traffic incidents. Police responded to one theft; two fraud reports; three burglaries; three reports of criminal mischief, including one in progress; two criminal trespasses in progress; 11 disturbances; three reports of suspicious activity or vehicles; and two reports of harassment.
Northlake police responded to one burglary, one suspicious vehicle and three disturbances.
Oak Point firefighters responded to three medical calls and one traffic incident. Police responded to one criminal mischief, four disturbances and three reports of suspicious activity.
Ponder firefighters responded to one medical call. Police responded to two disturbances, one suspicious person and one suspicious vehicle.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to five medical calls and one grass fire. Police responded to one burglary, one disturbance, one suspicious activity and one suspicious vehicle.
Sanger firefighters responded to one grass fire, one vehicle fire, one alarm, four medical calls and one traffic incident. Police responded to two thefts, one disturbance, one criminal mischief and eight reports of suspicious activity, persons or vehicles.
Trophy Club firefighters responded to two medical calls and one structure fire. Police responded to three burglaries and seven reports of suspicious activity, persons or vehicles.
— Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe