Blotter: Police seek man suspected of criminal mischief

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Denton police officers are looking for a man who was spotted Sunday committing criminal mischief. Officers were dispatched to a report of criminal mischief in the 1800 block of North Elm Street. It was reported that a man broke off a metal dividing pole that was used to separate a flooring store in the area from an adjacent restaurant.

The suspect then left running southbound. A report on the incident was taken Sunday.

6000 block of Photinia Avenue — A man reported that he was assaulted by his ex-wife, with whom he still lives. He reported she ripped his shirt and hit him in the neck.

Roundup

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

Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 1,828 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve, and 123 people were booked into Denton County Jail.

Denton police handled 776 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 38 reports online.

Denton firefighters responded to 49 medical calls, two vehicle accidents with injuries, an RV fire, an unauthorized burning, two electrical problems, three police matters, a smoke detector malfunction, a removal of someone from a stalled elevator, an aircraft crash and assisted an invalid.

Argyle firefighters responded to eight medical calls, a grass fire, an illegal burn, a structure fire and three traffic accidents. Argyle police assisted four agencies and responded to 10 building checks and a 911 hang-up.

Aubrey firefighters responded to nine medical calls, an alarm fire, a grass fire, two illegal burns, two traffic accidents and two vehicle unlocks. Aubrey police assisted four agencies and responded to 22 traffic calls and a report of gunshots.

Bartonville police responded to a traffic call, a reckless driver and a report of forgery.

Corinth police assisted eight agencies and responded to an assault and two burglaries.

Double Oak firefighters responded to a structure fire. Double Oak police assisted two agencies and responded to 30 traffic calls.

Hickory Creek police assisted nine agencies and responded to a vehicle complaint and two auto thefts.

Justin firefighters responded to six medical calls and a traffic transport incident. Justin police assisted two agencies and responded to a 911 hang-up, a reckless driver, a theft, an animal complaint and nine traffic calls.

Krum firefighters assisted a citizen and responded to six medical calls, a carbon monoxide alarm, a disturbance and a vehicle unlock. Krum police assisted two agencies and responded to two reports of loose livestock and an indecent exposure.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to 13 medical calls, two fire alarms, an illegal burn, three structure fires and three traffic accidents.

Little Elm firefighters responded to 10 medical calls, a domestic disturbance, three structure fires, three traffic accidents and four vehicle unlocks. Little Elm police assisted three agencies and responded to 11 animal complaints.

Northeast police assisted two agencies and responded to an ordinance violation and 24 traffic calls.

Northlake police assisted four agencies and responded to two ordinance violations and a reckless driver.

Oak Point firefighters responded to three medical calls and a domestic disturbance. Oak Point police assisted three agencies and responded to a noise complaint.

Pilot Point firefighters responded to two medical calls, an illegal burn and two vehicle unlocks. Pilot Point police assisted two agencies and responded to a vehicle complaint and an animal complaint.

Ponder firefighters responded to two medical calls. Ponder police assisted three agencies and responded to a report of loose livestock and a narcotics call.

Sanger firefighters responded to nine medical calls, two grass fires, a structure fire, an unknown fire and a vehicle unlock. Sanger police assisted four agencies and responded to two juvenile complaints and an open door.

Trophy Club firefighters responded to four medical calls. Trophy Club police responded to three noise complaints and 23 traffic calls.

— Bj Lewis


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