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Blotter: Woman reports man exposed himself to her

A 36-year-old woman alleged a man exposed himself to her Friday morning and according to Denton police reports, it wasn’t the first time for him to do so.

Police said that as the woman was leaving her apartment in the 3500 block of East McKinney Street a man pulled down his shorts in front of her while standing on the stairs.

The man, police reports show, was chased by a maintenance employee until he disappeared. Police said no arrests or charges have been filed since the man has not been caught.

Other reports

300 block of Mill Street — Someone’s ex-boyfriend began sending harassing text messages and the situation escalated from there, according to police reports.

A 33-year-old woman said that after the texts she received Friday afternoon, a verbal comment was made threatening to hurt her, according to the reports.

Police said the woman feared the ex-boyfriend would hurt her son as he got off the school bus. An investigation continues, police said.

Intersection of Mulberry Street and Carroll Boulevard — Two people were arrested during a traffic stop after 4:30 a.m. Friday when an officer spotted them traveling the wrong direction on Oak Street.

According to reports, the officer quickly learned the car they were driving was reported stolen out of Lewisville. A 28-year-old female driving the vehicle and a 46-year-old male passenger were both detained during the felony traffic stop, police said.

During a search of the vehicle, officers found four methamphetamine pipes between the passenger seat and the center console. The female was charged with theft, and the passenger was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and brought to jail, police said.


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

*Seventy-four inmates were booked into the Denton County Jail.

*Denton police posted 19 reports online.

From Sunday Sept. 22 to Saturday:

Texas Woman’s University responded to 92 calls for service, 17 reports, five escorts, 17 moving violations and made two arrests.

From Sunday, Sept. 22 to Thursday:

University of North Texas responded to six warrant arrests, three minor crashes, two criminal trespass warnings, one possession of controlled substance arrest, four driving while intoxicated arrests, three medical calls, two student misconduct calls, one theft of more than $50 less than $500 and one vehicle burglary.

— Megan Gray