A couple driving home after midnight Monday told Denton police that they were being tailgated by a man who followed them to their home in the 2300 block of Mercedes Road.
The couple did not know the man, who began cursing at them and then punched her husband in the face, the wife told police.
The husband fought back while his wife called 911, according to the police report. When an officer arrived, the suspect was getting back into his car to leave.
The 23-year-old suspect, police said, thought he had been cut off on the road and followed the car. Police charged the man with assault and transported him to the city jail.
100 block of Doug Drive — A 53-year-old Aubrey woman was charged with assault causing bodily injury family violence Saturday evening after she allegedly struck her husband in the eye with a squash, according to a Denton County Sheriff’s Office report. Her 63-year-old husband, officials said, did not require any medical assistance.
The wife posted $2,500 bail and was released from the Denton County Jail on Monday, according to county records.
From 7 a.m. Monday to 7 a.m. Tuesday:
Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 783 service and officer-initiated calls and booked 36 people into Denton County Jail.
Denton police responded to 252 service and officer-initiated calls and posted 15 reports online.
Denton firefighters responded to seven medical calls and one trash fire.
Argyle firefighters responded to six medical calls and one traffic accident. Argyle police responded to one reckless driver, one theft, 12 traffic calls and one welfare concern.
Aubrey firefighters assisted one citizen and responded to four medical calls and one traffic accident. Aubrey police responded to one report of a person with a gun, one suspicious activity call, four traffic calls, one traffic complaint and one traffic transport incident.
Corinth police assisted four motorists and responded to one fireworks complaint, one ordinance violation, one robbery call, four suspicious activity call, nine traffic calls, four traffic complaints, one welfare concern, five animal complaints and one traffic incident.
Double Oak firefighters responded to one medical call. Double Oak police assisted one agency and responded to six traffic calls and one animal complaint.
Hickory Creek police responded to one ordinance violation, 10 traffic calls, one welfare concern, one suspicious activity call and two animal complaints.
Justin police responded to one suspicious activity call, two traffic calls and one traffic complaint.
Krum firefighters responded to two medical calls and one fire call. Krum police responded to two burglaries, two suspicious activity calls and 11 traffic calls.
Lake Cities firefighters responded to one downed power line, one structure fire, three medical calls and three traffic accidents.
Little Elm firefighters responded to one structure fire, one traffic accident and four medical calls. Little Elm police responded to two disturbance calls, two forgery calls, one missing person report, two reckless drivers, five suspicious activity calls, three traffic calls, one welfare concern and two traffic accidents.
Lewisville firefighters responded to one search-and-rescue call.
Northeast police responded to one ordinance violation, one suspicious activity call, one theft, seven traffic calls, one traffic complaint and one traffic accident.
Northlake police assisted one agency and one motorist and responded to five traffic calls, one traffic complaint, one traffic accident and one animal complaint.
Oak Point firefighters responded to one traffic accident. Oak Point police responded to one intoxicated person and one traffic accident.
Ponder firefighters responded to two medical calls.
Pilot Point firefighters responded to one medical call. Pilot Point police assisted one agency and responded to one disturbance call, two suspicious activity calls, nine traffic calls and one traffic complaint.
Sanger firefighters responded to four medical calls. Sanger police responded to one domestic disturbance, one harassment call, one noise complaint, one suspicious activity call, one terroristic threat, two traffic calls and one welfare concern.
Trophy Club firefighters responded to one medical call. Trophy Club police assisted one agency and responded to seven ordinance violations, one traffic complaint and two animal complaints.
— Megan Gray-Hatfield