Blotter: Men report assault

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Officer Ryan Grelle, spokesman for Denton police, said two men reported they were allegedly touched inappropriately Thursday morning by a man they met in a bar.

According to a police report, officers were dispatched to the 3400 block of Evening Wind Drive shortly after 5:30 a.m. Thursday.

Police said the responding officer contacted three men who said they were with a new friend at their home when two of the men were allegedly assaulted.

After the incident, they were locked out of the house, the report stated.

Grelle said no injuries were reported and the investigation is ongoing.

Other reports

1700 block of South Loop 288 — An expired registration left one 32-year-old man in jail facing multiple charges early Thursday.

Police made a traffic stop for the expired registration at 4 a.m., and the driver not have proper identification and gave the responding officer a fake name, according to a police report.

The driver, police said, was adamant during the stop that he had a Texas driver’s license. After the officer was unable to confirm whether the man had a license, the driver gave the officer a check stub receipt with his name and address. The information on the stub, police said, led to finding a birth date that pulled up a matching image of the driver. According to reports, the officer was unable to locate a license or ID because the driver’s license was expired.

During the arrest, police said they searched the car and discovered an open alcoholic beverage and fireworks in a backpack in the front seat.

The man was charged with open container, expired registration, failure to identify, possession of fireworks in city limits and driving while license suspended, the police report stated.

6200 block of High Meadows Drive — Sheriff’s office officials responded to a firearms theft Thursday afternoon. The exact kind of gun and value were not listed.

Roundup

From 7 a.m. Thursday to 7 a.m. Friday:

Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 693 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve. Thirty-nine people were booked into Denton County Jail.

Denton police handled 280 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 18 reports online.

Denton firefighters responded to 23 medical calls, one grass fire, one vehicle accident, one electrical short and assisted two agencies.

Argyle firefighters responded to one grass fire, one traffic transport incident and two medical calls. Argyle police responded to one forgery call, one traffic call and one traffic transport incident.

Aubrey firefighters responded to two medical calls and one traffic transport incident. Aubrey police assisted one agency and responded to two traffic calls.

Bartonville police responded to four traffic calls.

Corinth police assisted one agency and two motorists and responded to one domestic disturbance, three suspicious activity calls, two thefts, 13 traffic calls, three traffic complaints, five welfare concerns, three traffic transport incidents and seven animal complaints.

Double Oak police responded to one report of loose livestock and two traffic calls.

Flower Mound assisted one agency and responded to one grass fire.

Hickory Creek police assisted two agencies, one motorist and responded to one verbal disturbance, one roadblock, one animal complaint and five traffic calls.

Justin firefighters responded to four medical calls. Justin police responded to one harassment report and one medical call.

Krum firefighters responded to one carbon monoxide or hazardous materials call, one traffic transport incident and three medical calls. Krum police assisted one agency and responded to three ordinance violations, 12 traffic calls, two animal complaints and one medical call.

Krugerville police responded to one report of loose livestock, one traffic call and one medical call.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to three medical calls and two traffic transport incidents.

Lewisville police made nine arrests.

Little Elm firefighters responded to one carbon monoxide or hazardous materials call and two medical calls. Little Elm police responded to one burglary, two carbon monoxide or hazardous materials calls, three Child Protective Services referrals, one missing person report, one narcotics call, five ordinance violations, 24 traffic calls, two welfare concerns and assisted one agency.

North Lake police responded to eight traffic calls, one traffic transport incident and assisted one motorist.

Oak Point firefighters responded to one ordinance violation, one traffic call, one animal complaint and assisted one motorist and one agency.

Pilot Point firefighters respond to one grass fire and four medical calls.

Sanger firefighters responded to one grass fire, one structure fire, three medical calls and two traffic transport incidents. Sanger police responded to one assault, one harassment report, one noise complaint, three traffic calls, one traffic transport incident and two roadblocks.

The Colony firefighters responded to one smoke or odor removal, one carbon monoxide detection, three medical calls and assisted two agencies.

— Megan Gray


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