Blotter: Denton police search for couple after report of theft

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Denton police officers are looking for a couple who, with a baby in tow, are said to have taken several items Sunday from a supermarket in the 1500 block of South Loop 288.

The loss-prevention officer at the store reported that he saw the suspects walking around the store and unwrapping several items and concealing them in the baby’s diaper bag. The loss-prevention officer said he tried to make contact with the suspects after they passed all points of sale without paying for the merchandise.

The couple fled and left behind most of the property, but were still able to get away with some of the stolen merchandise. The loss-prevention officer was able to give the Denton police officer the license plate of the vehicle in which the couple fled. Denton officers checked the address listed in the registration as well as the area around the business but did not find the suspect vehicle.

Other reports

900 block of Hillcrest Street — A man reported to police that his vehicle was taken without permission.

A woman left a note saying she was “borrowing” the vehicle, but she failed to return it.

The man said the vehicle is in his name and the woman has never received permission to use the vehicle.

Roundup

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

Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 1,827 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve and 105 people were booked into Denton County Jail.

Denton police handled 810 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 39 reports online.

Denton firefighters responded to 58 medical calls, two vehicle accidents with injuries, two motor vehicle and pedestrian accidents, a grass fire, a passenger vehicle fire, five police matters, a lockout, a good-intent call, a cooking fire, three smoke-detector malfunctions, an extrication of a victim from a vehicle, a public service, two motor vehicle accidents with no injuries and a gasoline spill and assisted two invalids.

Argyle firefighters responded to nine medical calls, a vehicle fire, an odor investigation, two traffic accidents and a vehicle unlock and assisted two citizens. Argyle police assisted two agencies and responded to six building checks and a theft.

Aubrey firefighters responded to six medical calls, two structure fires, two traffic transport incidents and one vehicle unlock. Aubrey police assisted six agencies and responded to two noise complaints and two suspicious vehicles.

Bartonville police assisted an agency and responded to a report of criminal mischief, a traffic call, an alarm and a vehicle complaint.

Corinth police assisted eight agencies and responded to an assault and a 911 hang-up.

Double Oak firefighters responded to a medical call. Double Oak police assisted an agency and responded to 21 traffic calls and assisted a boater.

Hickory Creek police assisted five agencies and responded to a report of an abandoned vehicle.

Justin firefighters responded to 11 medical calls. Justin police assisted two agencies and responded to a report of an intoxicated person.

Krum firefighters responded to eight medical calls, an unknown fire, a traffic accident and two vehicle unlocks. Krum police assisted four agencies and responded to a domestic disturbance.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to 15 medical calls, an alarm fire, seven traffic accidents and two vehicle unlocks.

Little Elm firefighters responded to 11 medical calls, two fire alarms, an illegal burn, a structure fire, two traffic accidents, two vehicle unlocks and a water main break. Little Elm police responded to a report of harassment and a 911 hang-up.

Northeast police responded to an abandoned vehicle, a 911 hang-up, an open door, 34 traffic calls and a warrant investigation and assisted two motorists.

Northlake police assisted five agencies and responded to a reckless driver, 62 traffic calls, a traffic complaint, three traffic accidents and an alarm.

Oak Point firefighters responded to two medical calls and a structure fire. Oak Point police assisted two agencies and responded to five noise complaints and two ordinance violations.

Pilot Point firefighters assisted three citizens and responded to three medical calls, an illegal burn, a vehicle unlock and two structure fires. Pilot Point police assisted four agencies and responded to a juvenile complaint and report of loose livestock.

Ponder firefighters responded to an alarm fire and two medical calls. Ponder police assisted five agencies and responded to seven traffic calls, a medical call and four close patrols.

Sanger firefighters responded to four medical calls, two traffic accidents, a vehicle unlock and a water main break. Sanger police responded to a reckless driver.

Trophy Club firefighters responded to five medical calls and an alarm fire. Trophy Club police responded to 21 special patrols and a report of found property.

— Bj Lewis


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