A domestic dispute in the 400 block of Audra Lane early Sunday ended with a man in handcuffs, according to a police report.
A caller told police that a neighboring couple were yelling and causing a disturbance, the report stated.
As responding officers spoke to each party in the dispute, they were given the OK to search the male suspect and found two baggies of marijuana on him, reports state.
The man was arrested for possession of marijuana under 2 ounces and taken to Denton’s city jail, according to the police report.
1100 block of Chapel Drive — On Sunday morning, officers responded to a call about a woman’s Facebook page and personal information being used to scam her friends, according to a police report.
7700 block of Mosspoint Court — A woman told police Sunday evening that someone had broken into two of her cars.
2200 block of Denison Street — Police responded to a theft report when a caller said someone had taken his grandfather’s car, which was parked in the driveway of his residence. Officers had responded to a hit-and-run crash about 4 a.m. where the victim’s car had been wrecked at the corner of Hinkle and Headlee streets. The driver fled on foot but the vehicle was recovered, reports state.
From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday:
Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 1,874 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve. One hundred-eight people were booked into Denton County Jail.
Denton police handled 823 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 49 reports.
Denton Fire Department logs were not available as of press time.
Argyle firefighters responded to four medical calls, one animal bite attack, one electrical fire, one grass fire, one illegal burn, one structure fire and two traffic transport incidents. Argyle police responded to 86 calls, including 19 building checks, one fireworks complaint and 25 traffic calls.
Aubrey firefighters responded to 10 medical calls, two alarm fires, one grass fire, one traffic transport incident and three vehicle unlocks. Aubrey police responded to 49 calls, including one 911 hangup and a report of an open door.
Corinth police responded to 282 calls including 29 traffic calls, two 911 hangups and two reports of criminal mischief.
Double Oak firefighters responded to one report of an animal bite attack, one structure fire and a medical call. Double Oak police responded to 46 calls, including one report of a suspicious vehicle and 11 traffic calls.
Flower Mound firefighters responded to one structure fire.
Hickory Creek police responded to 143 calls, including 102 traffic calls and one vehicle unlock.
Justin firefighters responded to four medical calls, one illegal burn and one unknown fire.
Krum firefighters responded to three medical calls, one grass fire, one structure fire and one traffic transport incident. Krum police responded to 27 calls, including 13 traffic calls and three ordinance violations.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to 13 medical calls, two alarm fires, one electrical fire, one illegal burn, one smoke investigation, one odor investigation, four traffic transport incidents and one vehicle unlock.
Little Elm police responded to 121 calls, including 11 traffic calls, four reports of a suspicious vehicle and six road blockage hazards.
Oak Point firefighters responded to two medical calls. Oak Point police responded to 46 calls, including one burglary report, one motorist assist and three ordinance violations.
Ponder firefighters responded to a grass fire and two medical calls. Ponder police responded to 18 calls, including an animal complaint, a report of a suspicious vehicle and one reckless driver.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to two medical calls, one alarm fire, three citizen assists, two disturbances, one grass fire, one illegal burn, one vehicle unlock and one welfare concern. Pilot Point police responded to 44 calls, including one report of criminal mischief in progress, one report of gunshots heard and one noise complaint.
Sanger firefighters responded to six medical calls and one vehicle unlock. Sanger police responded to 58 calls, including three reports of a suspicious vehicle, two loose livestock complaints and one ordinance violation.
Trophy Club firefighters responded to two medical calls, one structure fire, one odor investigation, one vehicle unlock and one water main break. Trophy Club police responded to 216 calls, including three animal complaints, three reports of suspicious activity, 51 building checks and two noise complaints.
— BJ Lewis