A Lewisville police officer was arrested at about 2:35 a.m. Monday in the 100 block of East Round Grove Road in Lewisville on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, city spokesman James Kunke said.
Justin Holman, 29, an eight-year veteran of the department, has been released from Lewisville City Jail on $2,500 bond and is on leave with pay while the case is investigated, Kunke said.
Both a criminal and internal investigation are ongoing, Kunke said, pending, in part, results of a blood alcohol test.
2500 block of Fort Worth Drive — Denton police were dispatched at about 1:45 a.m. Sunday after a caller said about 20 men and women were fighting in the street, according to a police report.
When officers arrived, the fight was over and the people who started the fight were trying to leave in vehicles that had been wrecked, the report stated.
After investigating the incident, police said one female suspect allegedly drove her vehicle up a private road to confront other individuals and almost hit children who were in the road.
600 block of Londonderry Lane — A man told Denton police at about 2:20 a.m. Sunday that someone got into his apartment, which was unlocked, and took his Playstation 3 and the disc for his Black Ops 2 game.
An investigation is continuing, according to the police report.
2400 block of Foxcroft Circle — A Denton police officer was dispatched to a disturbance at about 12:30 a.m. Sunday. A neighbor told the officer that a man and a woman had been arguing in the front yard earlier.
After another officer arrived, they approached the house and made contact with the couple.
Officers determined the two were intoxicated and arrested them without incident, according to the police report.
9000 block of Cripple Creek Court — A Denton County man called the sheriff’s office at 6:31 p.m. Sunday to report that his trailer had been stolen.
From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday:
Denton County sheriff dispatchers handled 2,017 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve, including 333 calls for sheriff’s deputies. Ninety-four people were booked into Denton County Jail.
Denton police handled 668 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 51 reports online.
Denton firefighters responded to 72 calls, including 56 medical calls, one cooking fire, three grass fires, one truck fire and one hazmat incident.
Argyle firefighters responded to five medical calls, one grass fire and two traffic incidents. Argyle police responded to three reports of criminal mischief, one report of criminal mischief in progress and one suspicious vehicle.
Aubrey firefighters responded to 12 medical calls, two structure fires and two traffic incidents. Aubrey police responded to one theft, two suspicious person reports and one suspicious vehicle report.
Corinth police responded to one burglary, three reports of criminal mischief, one report of criminal mischief in progress, one robbery and seven suspicious vehicle or person reports.
Double Oak firefighters responded to one medical call, one structure fire and one grass fire. Double Oak police responded to one burglary.
Hickory Creek police responded to one theft and one suspicious person report.
Justin firefighters responded to four medical calls, one grass fire, one structure fire and two traffic incidents. Justin police responded to one domestic disturbance.
Krum firefighters responded to five medical calls, one illegal burn, one structure fire and one request to unlock a vehicle. Krum police responded to two reports of suspicious activity or persons.
Krugerville police responded to one suspicious vehicle and one suspicious person.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to 23 medical calls, three traffic incidents, three structure fires, two hazardous-materials incidents, one fire alarm and one vehicle unlock.
Little Elm firefighters responded to 12 medical calls, three traffic incidents, three structure fires and one request to unlock a vehicle. Little Elm police responded to one assault, eight disturbances, two thefts and nine reports of suspicious activity, persons or vehicles.
Oak Point firefighters responded to three medical calls and one structure fire. Oak Point police responded to one disturbance and one report of loose livestock.
Ponder firefighters responded to four medical calls and two structure fires. Ponder police responded to one suspicious vehicle and one theft.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to five medical calls. Pilot Point police responded to one criminal mischief in progress, one disturbance, one suspicious activity report and one suspicious vehicle report.
Sanger firefighters responded to nine medical calls, two downed power lines, one grass fire and one request to unlock a vehicle. Sanger police responded to one report of criminal trespass in progress, three reports of harassment, one theft and five reports of suspicious activity or vehicles.
Trophy Club firefighters responded to seven medical calls and one traffic incident. Trophy Club police responded to one burglary in progress, one criminal mischief report, one forgery report and six reports of suspicious activity, persons or vehicles.
— Peggy Heinkel-Wolfe