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Blotter: UNT student reports assault

A male student was victim of an aggravated sexual assault/kidnapping on the University of North Texas campus at 7 p.m.

According to University of North Texas police, the victim was walking along the service road between the Radio, Television and Film Building and the Art Building in the 300 block of Welch Street when a vehicle pulled up beside him.

The victim described the vehicle as a blue four-door with blue interior, older model, possibly Nissan, police said.

Two male occupants of the vehicle asked for directions to Kerr Hall when the victim willingly got inside the car to show them how to get there, according to the report.

Once the victim was inside the vehicle, he was immediately accosted, according to police reports.

The passenger displayed a knife before covering the victim’s eyes and driving him to an unknown nearby remote location where he was sexually assaulted, according to the report.

The victim was freed on the east side of campus.

University of North Texas police are encouraging all students to travel in numbers with either a cellphone or awareness of the area campus emergency phones.

If you have any information regarding this offense, contact the UNT Criminal Investigations Division at 940-565-3006 or you can remain anonymous by calling UNT Crime Stoppers at 940-369-TIPS (8477).


Other reports

1300 block of Penniman Road — A man is without his gun after someone broke into his home sometime between Sunday and Tuesday, according to a police report.

Denton officers visited the victim’s residence after 10 p.m. Tuesday when the man reported his black Smith and Wesson revolver was missing from his nightstand in his bedroom.

Officers report there was no evidence on the scene and the man didn’t know the serial number to the handgun.

9400 block of Ed Robson Circle — A female worker of a Robson Ranch fitness center told police she is missing jewelry.

Sometime after Nov. 5, the 58-year-old woman lost a gold and diamond necklace at work.

The victim reported an employee had found the necklace and placed it into the locked lost and found locker at the center.

When she went to retrieve the necklace, she discovered it was no longer there, police said.

A report was made on missing jewelry by Denton police.



From 7 a.m. Tuesday to 7 a.m. Wednesday:

•  Denton police responded to 337 service and officer initiated calls, including posting 12 reports online.

•  Denton County sheriff’s dispatchers handled 620 service and officer initiated calls for the agencies they serve. Thirty-one people were booked into the county jail.

•  Denton firefighters responded to 17 medical calls, one natural gas leak, two building fires, one grass fire, one vehicle accident with injuries, two vehicle accidents with no injuries and one false alarm.

Argyle firefighters responded to one alarm fire, one structure fire, one unknown-type fire and two medical calls.

Aubrey firefighters responded to two medical calls, one traffic transport, one domestic disturbance call and one carbon monoxide or hazmat alarm.

Double Oak firefighters responded to one structure fire.

Justin firefighters responded to two medical calls and one vehicle unlock.

Krum firefighters responded to six medical calls including one medical emergency.

Lake Cities firefighters responded to four medical calls, one citizen assist, one downed power line and one traffic transport.

Oak Point firefighters responded to one domestic disturbance.

Pilot Point firefighters responded to two heart problem calls.

Sanger firefighters responded to one medical call for chest pain.

— Megan Gray