Denton police are seeking two men who allegedly robbed the Mayhill Mart around 6:30 a.m. Wednesday morning, according to Officer Ryan Grelle, department spokesman.
Grelle said one of the men entered the store alone, then left and got into a white pickup. The second man, Grelle said, then entered the store and allegedly committed the robbery.
A store clerk told police that the suspect did not display a weapon but told her he had a gun. The suspect obtained cash from the register and a carton of cigarettes. The suspects both left in the white pickup, Grelle said.
500 block of Londonderry Lane — Early Tuesday morning, a Denton police officer conducted a warrant service at a residence in the 500 block of Londonderry Lane, according to a police report. The officer had made contact with the suspect on Aug. 31 and found that she had warrants under an assumed name.
The officer made contact with the suspect, who verbally identified herself, and she was placed under arrest for local warrants, the report stated. On the way to jail, the woman claimed she was lying about her true identity and gave a false date of birth and Social Security number, according to the report.
Once inside the jail, the suspect became increasingly hostile and started banging the back of her head against a wall and then jumped up and began punching a brick wall in the jail, the report stated.
The jailer attempted to restrain the woman, who then allegedly punched the jailer, resulting in a cut about three inches long under the jailer’s eye.
Medics were called to the jail and treated the jailer for her injuries. The woman was charged with failure to identify fugitive, four local warrants and assault on a public servant, the report stated.
1800 block of West University Drive — A suspect allegedly reached across a store counter and stole rings valued at more than $7,500.
The suspect was arrested trying to sell some of the items for cash.
7900 block of Winding Stream Drive — A woman told officers responding to a domestic disturbance call that her husband had slapped her and was destroying things in the house, according to a police report.
The officers arrested the man, the report stated.
From 7 a.m. Tuesday to 7 a.m. Wednesday:
Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 875 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve. Thirty people were booked into Denton County Jail.
Denton police handled 344 service and officer-initiated calls through the weekend and posted 21 reports online from Monday at 7 a.m. to Tuesday at 7 a.m.
Denton firefighters responded to 16 medical calls, one vehicle accident with no injuries, two vehicle accidents with injuries, one smoke or odor removal, one false alarm, one police matter, two system malfunctions, two public service calls and one call to assist an invalid.
Argyle firefighters responded to two medical calls. Argyle police responded to 12 building checks, 14 traffic calls and one vehicle complaint.
Aubrey firefighters responded to four medical calls and one vehicle unlock. Aubrey police assisted two agencies and responded to 19 traffic calls and one report of loose livestock.
Corinth police responded to one reckless driver, three Child Protective Services referrals and two reports of suspicious vehicles.
Hickory Creek police responded to one report of a missing person, 33 traffic calls and one 911 hang-up.
Justin firefighters responded to two citizen assists and one traffic transport incident. Justin police responded to one agency assist, one report of criminal mischief and one vehicle complaint.
Krum firefighters responded to two medical calls. Krum police responded to four traffic calls and one burglary report.
Krugerville police responded to seven traffic calls and a panic alarm.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to two medical calls, one assault, one citizen assist, one vehicle fire, two traffic transport incidents and one vehicle unlock.
Little Elm firefighters responded to an alarm fire, a grass fire, an odor investigation, an overdose poisoning and one traffic transport incident. Little Elm police responded to three reports of criminal mischief, 14 traffic calls, two 911 hang-ups and four reports of suspicious vehicles.
Oak Point police responded to six traffic calls and two reports of a suspicious vehicle.
Ponder firefighters responded to one medical call. Ponder police responded to a report of an intoxicated person and a medical call.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to a medical call. Pilot Point police responded to two close patrols, one report of loose livestock and six ordinance violations.
Sanger firefighters responded to two medical calls and one vehicle unlock. Sanger police responded to two audible alarms, three reports of a suspicious person and one welfare concern.
Trophy Club firefighters responded to two medical calls, an alarm fire and one vehicle unlock. Trophy Club police responded to 39 close patrols, one report of a fight in progress and 14 ordinance violations.