A domestic disturbance landed a couple in jail Monday.
Denton police officers dispatched to a residence in the 3900 block of Miramar Drive in reference to the disturbance call found a man outside who had small cuts under his right eye and on the left side of his forehead, according to a police report. The man had slurred speech and was unsteady on his feet, the report stated.
When asked what had happened to him, the man said that he lives at the house with his girlfriend and other roommates and that he and his girlfriend got into a fight. She told him to leave the house and took his phone, the man told officers.
He and his girlfriend fought over the phone, the man said, and she allegedly struck him in the face a couple of times, causing his injuries.
Officers spoke with the girlfriend and she said she took the phone and then hit the man, reports state. Officers placed her under arrest on an assault charge and arrested the man on a charge of public intoxication.
2200 block of South Interstate 35E — Officers were dispatched to a retail store in regard to a reported shoplifter. The caller stated that the suspect had allegedly stolen several miscellaneous clothing items and concealed them in her purse.
7500 block of Teasley Lane — Officers were dispatched to Guyer High School in reference to a burglary at that location. Upon arrival, police contacted security personnel, who found that someone had broken into a portable building.
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 29 people were booked into Denton County Jail.
Denton police handled 222 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 15 reports online.
Denton firefighters responded to 23 medical calls, reports of two persons in distress, a grass fire, a motor vehicle accident with no injuries, two vehicle accidents with injuries, a service call and a good-intent call.
Argyle firefighters responded to a medical call and a traffic call. Argyle police responded to two building checks, a disturbance, a 911 hang-up, an ordinance violation, a report of suspicious activity, seven traffic calls and an alarm.
Aubrey firefighters responded to five medical calls. Aubrey police responded to a report of criminal trespass, a report of suspicious activity and 19 traffic calls.
Bartonville police responded to a 911 hang-up, an alarm and four traffic calls.
Corinth police responded to 121 calls including a noise complaint and a theft.
Double Oak firefighters responded to a medical call. Double Oak police responded to nine traffic calls.
Hickory Creek police assisted an agency and responded to a reckless driver and 12 traffic calls.
Justin police responded to six traffic calls and a burglary.
Krum firefighters responded to a grass fire. Krum police responded to seven traffic calls and an animal complaint and assisted a motorist.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to a grass fire and a medical call.
Little Elm firefighters responded to a four medical calls and a traffic call. Little Elm police responded to 45 calls including a juvenile complaint and a reckless driver.
Northeast police assisted three agencies and responded to three ordinance violations, two reports of suspicious activity and 10 traffic calls.
Northlake police responded to a report of suspicious activity and seven traffic calls.
Oak Point police responded to two traffic calls, a vehicle complaint and an open door.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to two medical calls and a vehicle unlock. Pilot Point police responded to a criminal trespass, an open door, three reports of suspicious activity, four traffic calls and a warrant investigation.
Sanger firefighters responded to a grass fire, a medical call and a traffic call. Sanger police responded to a disturbance, an open door, three reports of suspicious activity, a theft, two traffic calls, a vehicle complaint and two alarms.
Trophy Club firefighters responded to three medical calls. Trophy Club police responded to a 16 building checks, an open door, two ordinance violations, a report of suspicious activity and four traffic calls.
— Bj Lewis