Denton police responded to an alleged road rage incident gone awry Friday, according to reports.
An officer responded to Denton Regional Medical Center in reference to an assault report Friday afternoon. A 40-year-old woman from Pilot Point told police she was cut with a knife during a road rage incident in the 3600 block of East University Drive.
She sustained minor injuries, according to police reports.
700 block of Fort Worth Drive — A 23-year-old fled from police who reported discovering marijuana in his possession at a motel Friday night, according to Denton police reports.
Officers said they were attempting to arrest the man when he resisted and fled on foot.
According to reports, the man faces charges of resisting search or transport, evading arrest detention and possession of marijuana, more than 4 ounces and less than 5 pounds.
200 block of North Loop 288 — A local car wash employee told police that two of the business’ coin-operated machines had been burglarized recently.
According to the report, two vacuum machines had been broken into, and the employee didn’t know how it happened.
From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday:
Sixty-five people were booked into the Denton County Jail.
Denton police posted 24 reports online.
From Sunday, Oct. 6, through Saturday:
Texas Woman’s University police responded to 86 calls for service, eight reports, seven escorts and 27 moving violations and made two arrests.
University of North Texas police assisted one agency, responded to seven medical calls and handled two outside agency warrant arrests, two driving while license invalid citations, two driving while intoxicated arrests, one disorderly conduct citation for urinating in public, one theft less than $50, two thefts more than $50 and less than $500, one criminal mischief report more than $500 and less than $1,500, one burglary of a vehicle with an onsite arrest, one possession of marijuana arrest, one major crash, four minor crashes, one mental health concern, one criminal trespass arrest, one assault by threat and one public intoxication arrest.
— Megan Gray