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Blotter: Police suspect driver involved in Lake Dallas ISD bus crash fell asleep at the wheel
The man who drove into a bus carrying the Lake Dallas Middle School football team Tuesday in Denton is suspected of falling asleep at the wheel, according to Denton police spokesman Bryan Cose.
Blotter: Jimmy John's worker chases alleged sandwich thieves, stabs one
Blotter: Drugs, weapons found in home after domestic disturbance call
Blotter: Student caught in alleged scam on UNT campus
"If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is": The UNT Police Department is warning students about potential scams on campus involving smartphones or payday loans.
Blotter: Bank robbed of cash, suspect not found
A bank robber got away with almost $3,300 in cash from a UMB bank in the 1000 block of West University Drive on Friday, a Denton police report said.
Blotter: Man turns over rifle to Denton police
Kizer said officers typically destroy firearms if owners ask them to, but occasionally will keep confiscated weapons for its tactical unit to use. 500 block of Ruth Street — A 27-year-old man was arrested early Wednesday morning after police found methamphetamine in his car, according to a police report.
Two arrested in misconduct investigation into Denton County Tax Office
Indictments: Oct. 19, 2017
Blotter: Former Good Sam employee returns, enters residences
A caller told police a former employee was using a key to get into residences at an assisted living center.
Blotter: Man found guilty of beating girlfriend, sentenced to 6 years in prison
A man was sentenced to six years in prison Friday after a jury found him guilty of beating and choking his girlfriend in 2016.
Blotter: Lake Dallas police to hold community meeting about reports of sexual predator
Blotter: Denton police find man with heroin, used syringe during traffic stop
Blotter: Four suspects flee apartment following armed robbery
Four people stole money and drugs from an apartment Tuesday afternoon while one of them held the resident at gunpoint, according to police.