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Blotter: Woman reported allegedly using forged credit cards

A hotel manager called police Saturday morning after she recognized a woman who allegedly had used forged credit cards to make numerous unauthorized purchases, according to a police report.

The manager called and told police that the woman was at the hotel in the 1400 block of Centre Place Drive and could possibly be trying to use forged credit cards again, the report stated.

The manager gave the woman a room even though her cards were not accepted. When officers reached the room and were preparing to knock, the door opened and they saw two men who were about to leave.

The men stepped back from the doorway and as they did, one dropped a small amount of narcotics, according to the report.

The woman was sitting at a small table inside the room, allegedly in the process of committing another forgery, the report stated. Officers secured the room and obtained a search warrant. The officers arrested the woman and the two men for fraudulent use of personal information and possession of a controlled substance.

Other reports

300 block of North Wood Street — The story of one couple’s breakup could have the makings of a country song.

According to a police report, after a man broke up with his girlfriend, she allegedly took his pickup truck and no one can locate her. The report, which was made Sunday afternoon, also stated that the woman has been issued multiple citations in the pickup and she has yet to return the vehicle.

The man’s parents had loaned him the truck so he could drive to work, the report stated, and the parents told police they would like to file charges against the suspect.

The case is still open.

1700 block of Malone Street — Two men at a local fast-food restaurant reported Saturday morning that as they were eating, a man stared at them throughout their meal, according to a police report.

Toward the end of the men’s meal, the suspect got up from his seat and displayed a knife and walked toward the men, making threatening comments, according to the police report.

The suspect then left the scene before police arrived, according to the report.

— John D. Harden

Denton County Crime Stoppers will pay a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest in these or other crimes. Callers will remain anonymous. Call 1-800-388-TIPS (8477). Reach the Denton police narcotics tip line at 940-565-5801.