University of North Texas police said a female student was allegedly robbed Wednesday night while waiting at a bus stop in the 600 block of Highland Street.
According to a news release from the department, the student was waiting for a bus on the east side of the Highland Street garage when a man approached her and allegedly took her cellphone. The student was not threatened and did not see a weapon, the news release stated.
The man, police said, ran to a silver or gray four-door sedan and drove west on Central Street before turning onto Eagle Drive.
Police encourage anyone with information regarding the offense to call their criminal investigations division at 940-565-3006 or if you choose to remain anonymous, the UNT Crime Stoppers at 940-369-TIPS.
9000 block of Teasley Lane — Denton police arrested a 27-year-old man on aggravated assault charges Wednesday night.
Police said the man allegedly assaulted a friend, also 27.
According to reports, officers observed a lump and cut on the victim’s forehead upon arrival.
The victim, police said, was allegedly spit on and hit in the head with an ashtray.
Police said the suspect left the scene before officers arrived, but was arrested later that night.
1000 block of Dallas Drive — A 51-year-old woman told police Wednesday afternoon that her ex-boyfriend has been allegedly using remote access to take files from her computer and cellphone.
According to reports, the woman said he took files and used them to create embarrassing videos of her.
The woman also told police that her ex-boyfriend had been calling her several times a day, which resulted in her losing her job.
From 7 a.m. Wednesday to 7 a.m. Thursday:
Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 666 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve. Fifty people were booked into Denton County Jail.
Denton police handled 322 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 22 reports online.
Denton fire department calls were not available as of press time.
Argyle firefighters responded to one water main break. Argyle police responded to nine traffic calls, two suspicious activity calls and assisted two agencies.
Aubrey firefighters responded to two medical calls and one structure fire. Aubrey police responded to one burglary report, 13 traffic calls and one animal complaint.
Bartonville police assisted one agency and responded to three traffic calls and one report of loose livestock.
Corinth police assisted one motorist and responded to one vehicle fire, two harassment calls, one missing person, one intoxicated person, one theft, 22 traffic calls and seven traffic transport incidents.
Double Oak police responded to eight traffic calls.
Hickory Creek police responded to two burglary calls, one disturbance call, two suspicious activity calls, 19 traffic calls and one medical call.
Justin firefighters responded to one medical call and one grass fire. Justin police responded to one forgery call and assisted two agencies.
Krum police responded to six medical calls and one traffic transport incident.
Krugerville police assisted one agency, responded to seven traffic calls and set up one roadblock.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to eight medical calls, one structure fire, one vehicle fire, one welfare concern, one water main break and two traffic transport incidents.
Lewisville police made eight arrests.
Little Elm firefighters responded to four medical calls and one structure fire. Little Elm police responded to two disturbance calls, four ordinance violations, four suspicious activity calls, 37 traffic calls, one welfare concern, two animal complaints and assisted one agency.
Northlake police assisted one agency and responded to two harassment reports, 12 traffic calls, one traffic transport incident and one animal cruelty report.
Oak Point firefighters responded to one structure fire. Oak Point police responded to four traffic calls and two suspicious activity calls.
Ponder firefighters responded to one grass fire and one medical call. Ponder police responded to one traffic call.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to one medical call and one carbon monoxide call. Pilot Point police assisted one agency, one motorist and responded to two suspicious activity calls and 13 traffic calls.
Sanger firefighters responded to five medical calls and one carbon monoxide call. Sanger police assisted one agency, one motorist and responded to one carbon monoxide call, three disturbance calls, one fight in progress, one narcotics call, and one traffic transport incident.
The Colony firefighters responded to one grass fire, one gas leak, five medical calls and assisted two agencies.
Trophy Club firefighters responded to two medical calls and one structure fire. Trophy Club police assisted one agency, one motorist and responded to 16 traffic calls, 13 ordinance violations and four animal complaints.
— Megan Gray