A family member is suspected of burglarizing a home in the 3900 block of Teasley Lane on Monday night, Denton police said.
Officers sent to the home were told by a resident that she had returned from an out-of-town trip to find that someone had broken into her house. Several items had been stolen, she told officers.
It appeared that someone had entered through a window. A TV and some game systems were stolen, although many items of value were left in the home, the report stated.
Several family and extended family members told officers that they thought the house may have been burglarized by a relative who was a drug addict, reports state.
Officers attempted to contact that person but were unsuccessful.
2300 block of San Jacinto Boulevard — A Denton officer was dispatched in reference to a theft report Monday.
The caller said her daughter’s cellphone was taken from a mall after her daughter set it down, and now someone is contacting them saying that they purchased the phone on craigslist.
2500 block of West Prairie Street — Denton officers were dispatched Monday in reference to a theft.
A woman reported that someone came to her residence to work on her cable. The woman stated that a suspect took property without consent and left the location.
From 7 a.m. Monday to 7 a.m. Tuesday:
Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 785 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve and 25 people were booked into Denton County Jail.
Denton police handled 229 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 20 reports online.
Denton firefighters responded to 15 medical calls and a police matter.
Argyle firefighters responded to a medical call and an unknown fire. Argyle police assisted an agency and responded to four building checks, two reports of suspicious activity, 14 traffic calls and a vehicle complaint.
Aubrey firefighters responded to six medical calls, a smoke investigation, a structure fire and a traffic call. Aubrey police responded to a report of found property, a report of loose livestock, two reports of suspicious activity, three animal calls and five traffic calls.
Bartonville police responded to a traffic call, a 911 hang-up and a report of loose livestock.
Corinth police assisted an agency and three motorists and responded to 96 calls including two abandoned vehicles.
Double Oak police responded to two traffic calls.
Hickory Creek police assisted two agencies and responded to an ordinance violation, 13 special patrols and 16 traffic calls.
Justin police responded to a building check, a report of suspicious activity and a traffic call.
Krum police assisted two agencies and responded to a juvenile complaint, a traffic call and an animal complaint.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to four medical calls, two traffic calls, a vehicle unlock and a water main break.
Little Elm firefighters assisted a citizen and responded to a fire alarm, two medical calls and a traffic call. Little Elm police assisted an agency and responded to 64 calls including three reports of criminal mischief and a Child Protective Services referral.
Northeast police responded to an abandoned vehicle and 23 traffic calls and assisted a motorist.
Northlake police responded to a report of forgery and a traffic call.
Oak Point police responded to a report of disorderly conduct, a disturbance, a traffic call, an alarm and two animal complaints.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to two structure fires and two medical calls and assisted a citizen. Pilot Point police assisted an agency and responded to two close patrols, two ordinance violations, a report of suspicious activity and three traffic calls.
Sanger firefighters responded to two medical calls and a grass fire. Sanger police assisted an agency and responded to a grass fire, a juvenile complaint, a narcotics call, a report of a reckless driver, an animal complaint, three theft reports and three traffic calls.
Trophy Club firefighters responded to an alarm fire and a vehicle unlock. Trophy Club police responded to 16 building checks, a forgery report, a 911 hang-up, a noise complaint, 11 ordinance violations, five traffic calls, an alarm and an animal complaint.
— Bj Lewis