Blotter: Police investigate report of altercation at apartment

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Denton police officers intervened in a couple’s domestic squabble Sunday.

Officers were called to a residence in the 3400 block of Joyce Lane by a woman who said her daughter had been in a domestic disturbance. The daughter was trying to move her belongings out of her apartment when her boyfriend caused a disturbance, according to a police report.

An officer arrived at the residence and spoke with the daughter.

She said that early Sunday she was in a physical altercation with her boyfriend, who allegedly assaulted her and left, a report states.

 

Other reports

3500 block of East McKinney Street — Denton police officers responding to a burglary report were told by the caller that the house had been burglarized by an acquaintance, reports state.

1500 block of Valley Creek Road — A man called Denton police to report the theft of his vehicle. The vehicle had been parked in his driveway when he left on vacation, the man said, but when he returned the vehicle was gone.

 

Roundup

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

Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 2,213 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies they serve, and 120 people were booked into Denton County Jail.

Denton police posted 26 reports online.

Denton firefighters assisted five invalids and responded to 61 medical calls, a carbon monoxide incident, a motor vehicle accident involving a pedestrian, three police matters, a good-intent call, three unintentional alarms, a vehicle accident with injuries, a smoke scare, two vehicle accidents with no injuries and three grass fires.

Argyle firefighters responded to five medical calls, a grass fire, a smoke investigation, a structure fire, an unknown fire and two traffic accidents. Argyle police assisted an agency and responded to two fireworks complaints, a 911 hang-up, an intoxicated person, a motorist assist, two ordinance violations, a reckless driver, two thefts, 25 traffic calls, two alarms and two animal calls.

Aubrey firefighters assisted one motorist and responded to nine medical calls, a carbon monoxide alarm, four fire alarms, three grass fires, a smoke investigation, a structure fire, a traffic call and a vehicle unlock. Aubrey police assisted four agencies and responded to 13 fireworks complaints, a report of found property, three reckless drivers, a report of suspicious activity, 13 traffic calls, a fire alarm and a silent alarm.

Bartonville police assisted two agencies and responded to an unknown fire, two fireworks complaints a 911 hang-up, a report of loose livestock, two noise complaints, a report of suspicious activity and eight traffic calls.

Corinth police assisted six agencies and responded to 357 calls, including an auto theft and 24 fireworks complaints.

Double Oak police assisted an agency and responded to a report of criminal mischief, a fireworks complaint, 16 traffic calls and a silent alarm.

Hickory Creek police assisted four agencies and responded to two disturbances, four fireworks complaints, a near drowning, four ordinance violations, two reckless drivers, a report of suspicious activity, two thefts, an alarm, a silent alarm and 57 traffic calls.

Justin firefighters responded to seven medical calls, two grass fires, an illegal burn and a smoke investigation. Justin police assisted two agencies and responded to a domestic disturbance, a grass fire, a smoke investigation, seven fireworks complaints, a report of loose livestock, a noise complaint, two ordinance violations, two reports of suspicious activity, a theft, 16 traffic calls and an alarm.

Krum firefighters responded to three medical calls, a grass fire and a traffic call. Krum police assisted four agencies and responded to two child custody calls, six fireworks complaints, an intoxicated person, four noise complaints, a medical call, two reports of suspicious activity, 31 traffic calls, an alarm and an animal complaint.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to 17 medical calls, a fire alarm, a disturbance, three grass fires, four traffic calls and a vehicle unlock.

Little Elm firefighters responded to 12 medical calls, two grass fires, an illegal burn, a structure fire, an unknown fire, three traffic calls and a vehicle unlock. Little Elm police assisted two agencies and responded to 207 calls including an animal complaint and six reckless drivers.

Northeast police assisted two agencies and responded to 17 fireworks complaints, three noise complaints, an ordinance violation, a reckless driver, a report of suspicious activity, a theft, 34 traffic calls, two vehicle complaints, an alarm and two silent alarms.

Northlake police assisted five agencies and responded to 52 calls including two reckless drivers and a narcotics call.

Oak Point firefighters responded to a grass fire. Oak Point police assisted an agency and responded to 51 calls, including 16 fireworks complaints and a 911 hang-up.

Pilot Point firefighters responded to two medical calls, a carbon monoxide alarm, a traffic call, a vehicle unlock and assisted four citizens. Pilot Point police assisted an agency and responded to 35 calls, including a report of loose livestock and a terroristic threat.

Ponder firefighters responded to two grass fires. Ponder police assisted an agency and responded to a disturbance, an open door, 12 traffic calls and an animal complaint.

Sanger firefighters responded to seven medical calls, two grass fires, a traffic call and a vehicle unlock. Sanger police assisted three agencies and responded to 55 calls, including a juvenile complaint and four reckless drivers.

Trophy Club firefighters responded to a fire alarm and three medical calls. Trophy Club police responded to 164 calls, including 15 building checks and 13 ordinance violations.

— Bj Lewis


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