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Blotter: Man arrested after exposing himself 'fully naked,' report says

Police arrested a 23-year-old man Monday night after witnesses said he was exposing himself to women and trying to fight people in the 900 block of Fort Worth Drive.

Witnesses told 911 dispatchers that the man was "fully naked" when he exposed himself. They also said he had been wearing brown overalls, according to the police report.

The witnesses called from a 7-Eleven convenience store at the corner of Fort Worth Drive and Interstate 35E. The suspect fled the scene before officers arrived, but police eventually found him.

He was charged with assault and public intoxication before he was taken to Denton City Jail. The victims of the man's nudity also left the scene before police could contact them, the report said.

Other reports 

900 block of West Eagle Drive —  Someone who wasn't feeling the holiday spirit stole a Christmas-themed doormat and damaged a woman's bedroom door Monday.

The 19-year-old victim said the doormat was worth about $20. It's unclear whether the suspect entered the home. Police filed a report, but no arrests were made. 

Intersection of West Collins Street and South Carroll Boulevard — Denton police cited a man for possession of drug paraphernalia Monday morning after they saw him running in front of cars in the 900 block of Carroll Boulevard, according to a report.  

The man was reportedly jumping back and forth in traffic, trying not to get hit. He later admitted to having paraphernalia, and police collected it to be destroyed, the report said. 

No arrests were made. 

3000 block of Olympia Drive — Multiple witnesses saw at least two suspects break into a rental home through its garage on Monday, according to a police report. 

The report did not specify the number of suspects, and no arrests were made. 

300 block of Coronado Drive — Police found the letters "G&A" spray painted on the side of a building at the Coronado North apartments. The report did not include what the letters could potentially mean. No charges were filed.


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

The Denton County Sheriff's Office handled 902 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies it serves, and 38 people were booked into Denton County Jail.

Denton police handled 141 calls for service and made five arrests.

Denton firefighters handled 20 medical calls, three vehicle accidents and two calls for public service.