Two people were hospitalized and two others were arrested, stemming from an early Friday morning traffic stop, according to Denton police.
An officer conducted a traffic stop after noticing a white Cadillac facing the wrong way at West Hickory and Welch streets, according to a report. Several men were observed standing around the vehicle.
Police sad that the driver of the vehicle fled south on Welch Street at a high rate of speed. The vehicle was later discovered wrecked at North Texas Boulevard and Eagle Drive.
When officers arrived, the driver was running from the vehicle and the passenger was found lying beside the vehicle, according to the report. Both were taken to Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Denton with significant injuries.
At Hickory and Welch streets, one arrest was made for outstanding warrants and another for urinating in public, police said. Charges on the driver are pending. The case remains under investigation.
200 block of West Oak Street — A 35-year-old man was arrested after causing a stir in a local cafe. According to Denton police reports, the business owner called police Friday night after a handicapped man with a cane began causing a disturbance. The man broke several items inside the business, reports show, before he was escorted outside onto the concourse. The suspect was arrested for disorderly conduct and transported to the city jail.
1400 block of Brandywine Circle — Denton firefighters responded to a shed fire late Saturday morning. Officials said the initial call was reported as a large structure fire, but when units responded, only a small portion of a storage shed was on fire.
From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday:
*Fifty-eight people were booked into the Denton County Jail.
*Denton police posted 21 reports online.
From March 9 to Saturday:
Texas Woman‘s University police responded to 32 calls for service and 10 moving violations.
University of North Texas police issued one municipal citation for disorderly conduct and made one public intoxication arrest and one arrest on multiple charges including theft of service and possession of controlled substance.
— Megan Gray