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Blotter: Denton police arrest two after finding 73 grams of meth
Two men are facing felony drug delivery charges after Denton police investigators found 73 grams of methamphetamine in a suspect's sweatshirt, according to an arrest affidavit.
Blotter: Man run over by vehicle after robbery
Blotter: Good Sam embezzlement investigation sent to DA's office
Blotter: Suspect at large following Denton bank robbery
Denton police are looking for a man who took a bag with more than $4,000 cash from Guaranty Bank after a robbery Wednesday morning, police spokesman Shane Kizer said.
Blotter: Man assaults Denton police officers after he "dropped acid"
A man who "dropped acid" assaulted Denton police officers Sunday after leading them on a chase across traffic in the 1600 block of Teasley Lane, according to police.
Blotter: Disturbance on Bridges Street leads to intoxication arrest
A 47-year-old man was charged with public intoxication after several people called police about a loud disturbance on Bridges Street.
Denton school board reaffirms vote to rename Lee Elementary for Alice Alexander
Democrat Jones wins Alabama Senate seat in red-state upset
Blotter: Woman facing five charges after slow-speed chase from Denton to Lewisville
Deborah Thompson was taken to Denton County Jail at about 9 a.m. on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, evading arrest with a vehicle, resisting arrest, possession of marijuana and driving with an invalid license. Her bail totals $110,000 for all the charges.
Blotter: Two arrested after officer draws gun during domestic disturbance
A caller tipped off police to the domestic disturbance, saying a man was on top of a woman hitting her.
Blotter: Two arrested after vehicle search produces methamphetamine
UNT student was in Fry Street area hours before police found her dead
Blotter: Woman arrested for eating food at Kroger without paying
She was arrested for theft under $100 and taken to the Denton City Jail. 100 block of Hickory Street — Police arrested a woman for trespassing on the downtown Square early Wednesday morning after she was told not to return to the area, according to a police report.