Blotter: Two employees allegedly robbed at knife point

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Two male employees of a retail store were allegedly robbed at knife point Sunday evening, Lewisville police said.

Capt. Jay Powell said the two reported that a man armed with a knife approached them at 7:40 p.m. in the 800 block of State Highway 121 and allegedly demanded their valuables. One victim was cut in the arm and the other on the leg, police said. They were taken to Lewisville Medical Center and treated for their wounds.

Powell said the alleged assailant got away before police arrived after he had taken a wedding ring and a wallet from the store employees.

Other reports

2600 block of Midway Road Carrollton police had a shopping center on high alert for several hours Friday night, a spokeswoman for the police department said. Shortly after 6:30 p.m. a business owner barricaded himself in his business, and police said the man’s wife alleged he was suicidal and had weapons.

A tactical unit was called, and officers tried to get the man to come out. Police said the man refused to exit, but after 1 a.m., he was no longer a danger to others. Tactical left shortly after and no calls to the address have been made to police since then.

300 block of Tripp Trail Denton police responded to a theft Monday of more than $1,500. According to reports, a 53-year-old man told police that someone allegedly took the wheels and tires off his car and left the car on blocks in his driveway.

Roundup

From 7 a.m. Friday-7 a.m. Tuesday

Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 2,895 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve. One hundred and twenty-two people were booked into Denton County Jail.

Denton police handled 1,035 service and officer-initiated calls though the weekend and posted 11 reports online from Monday at 7 a.m. to Tuesday at 7 a.m.

Denton Fire Department reports were not available as of press time.

Argyle firefighters responded to one water main break, two traffic transport incidents, two fires and seven medical calls. Argyle police responded to two ordinance violations, 26 traffic calls and one suspicious activity call.

Aubrey firefighters responded to two fires, 10 medical calls, one welfare concern, five traffic transport incidents, five structure fires, one unknown fire, three downed power lines and assisted four citizens. Aubrey responded to two thefts, 57 traffic calls, one suspicious activity report, one welfare concern, one traffic transport, one downed power line and one welfare concern.

Corinth police responded to one burglary, four medical calls, two criminal mischief calls, one deadly conduct call, two disturbance calls, one forgery call, two harassment reports, one vehicle fire, 97 traffic calls, three welfare concerns, six traffic transport incidents, seven suspicious activity calls, two reckless drivers, and two animal cruelty reports.

Hickory Creek police responded to one burglary, one medical call, one disturbance, one electrical fire, one illegal burn, one fire vehicle, one report of gunshots heard, one reckless driver, one theft report, 85 traffic calls, five traffic transport incidents, one reckless driver, six suspicious activity calls and one theft report.

Justin firefighters responded to one illegal burn, one structure fire and four medical calls. Justin police responded to one theft and four traffic calls.

Krum firefighters responded to eight medical calls, one smoke investigation, one traffic transport incident and one disturbance. Krum police responded to one burglary report, 30 traffic calls, two intoxicated persons, three ordinance violations, and two traffic transport incidents.

Krugerville police responded to one disturbance call, one structure fire, one welfare concern, two reckless drivers, 14 traffic calls, one report of gunshots heard and one noise complaint.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to 22 medical calls, one hay fire, one electrical fire, six traffic transport incidents, one odor investigation, one missing person and two vehicle fires.

Little Elm firefighters responded to one fire, one assault/sexual assault, seven medical calls and one missing person. Little Elm police responded to two assaults, one burglary in progress, one burglary report, two Child Protective Services referrals, four criminal mischief reports, three criminal trespass in progress calls, eight domestic disturbance calls, one report of gunshots heard, two intoxicated person calls, one narcotics call, nine medical calls, three reckless driver calls, nine suspicious activity calls, one terroristic threat report, three theft reports, 34 traffic calls, five welfare calls and one animal cruelty report, five welfare concerns and nine traffic transport incidents.

Oak Point firefighters to three structure fires, two traffic transport incidents, two medical calls and assisted one citizen. Oak Point police responded to one medical call, two reports of criminal trespass in progress, one report of criminal mischief in progress, one domestic disturbance, one harrassment report, one ordinance violation, two suspicious activity calls, nine traffic calls and two traffic transport incidents.

Ponder firefighters responded to one smoke investigation and three medical calls. Ponder police responded to one reckless driver, two suspicious vehicles and 24 traffic calls.

Pilot Point firefighters responded to eight medical calls, two grass fires, two structure fires and one heat exposure. Pilot Point police responded to two criminal mischief reports, one criminal trespass report, one grass fire, one report of gunshots heard, one medical call, one missing person, one reckless driver, three suspicious activity calls, 25 traffic calls and two welfare concerns.

Sanger firefighters responded to 10 medical calls, one carbon monoxide or hazardous materials call, assisted two citizens, one smoke investigation and two grass fires. Sanger police responded to one assault report, one criminal trespass, three disturbance calls, two harassment reports, one prowler, one animal cruelty report, three traffic calls and one welfare concern.

— Megan Gray

Denton County Crime Stoppers will pay a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest in these or other crimes. Callers will remain anonymous. Call 1-800-388-TIPS (8477). Reach the Denton police narcotics tip line at 940-565-5801.


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