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Blotter: Man found with meth while riding in car reported stolen
A 54-year-old man caught a bit of bad luck Thursday while carrying drugs in a vehicle that was stolen, according to a police.
Blotter: Woman arrested on assault charges after punching ex's mother
Blotter: Woman says she stabbed husband who choked, threatened to kill her
Blotter: Man arrested on warrants after police respond to two stalled vehicles
Denton police arrested a 21-year-old man on active warrants after they saw him standing near two cars that stalled at the stoplight near the intersection of West Oak Street and Carroll Boulevard, according to a police report.
Blotter: Man accused of loudly cursing in Walmart parking lot, resisting arrest
He was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. Earlier, inside the store in the 2700 block of West University Drive , a man reported the suspect for accusing his 15-year-old daughter of stealing and attempting to get the girl to "go in the back with him," according to the report. Another person said he was shouting.
Blotter: Trucks broken into at water treatment plant
Police were dispatched to the area at about 7:30 a.m. Friday after the caller reported two work trucks were broken into.
Blotter: Cyclist injured following hit-and-run at apartment complex
Blotter: Two Northwest High School students arrested after bringing loaded gun to school, police say
Blotter: Woman arrested in stabbing of man accused of assaulting her
A 33-year-old woman was charged with stabbing a man who police were preparing to arrest on an assault charge, according to a Denton police affidavit.
Blotter: Call about car break-ins leads to man's arrest on warrant, drug charge
Denton police said a suspect was found to be lying about his name. With his correct name and date of birth, they learned he had a warrant for violating parole.
Blotter: Denton police break up fight while investigating assault in Fry Street area
Blotter: Woman, boy rescued at Clear Creek Natural Heritage Center
Blotter: Denton police arrest woman accused of threatening to kill sister, cursing at dispatcher
The cursing didn't stop when officers arrived, the report said. The woman also yelled loud enough to "cause the lights to the house next door and across the street to come on," the report said.