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Blotter: Police investigate 11 car burglaries in south Denton neighborhood

Police are looking for potential suspect in connection with 11 car burglaries in a south Denton neighborhood that occurred early Wednesday morning.

Most of the cars in The Meadows at Hickory Creek were left unlocked, police spokesman Bryan Cose said. Credit and debit cards were among the stolen items, he said.

He said police don't have enough evidence to determine whether the incident is connected to the recent rash of car burglaries in Argyle, where at least eight unlocked cars have been burglarized since Friday.

Other reports 

2600 block of West Oak Street — A 22-year-old man said his roommate was preventing him from leaving their residence and calling 911 Wednesday at the Uptown apartments, according to a police report.

The suspect was gone when police arrived on the scene at about 1:30 p.m., the report said. Officers searched the area and later completed an offense report for unlawful restraint and interference with an emergency call.

No arrests were made.

3900 block of Teasley Lane — Police found marijuana and drug paraphernalia inside a black SUV on Wednesday after the driver didn't immediately respond to the officer's lights and sirens, according to a police report.

The report did not specify how long it took the driver to stop or the make and model of the vehicle. Officers eventually arrested two 20-year-old men on multiple charges and took them to Denton City Jail.

One of the men was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, while the other faces charges of unlawfully carrying a weapon, possession of marijuana, two outstanding traffic warrants and one outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court.

1000 block of West Mulberry Street — A 22-year-old woman filed a harassment report Wednesday after an unknown suspect placed a heart-shaped pillow reading "Hug Me" on her door step. The report did specify whether police investigated the matter. No arrests were made.

Roundup

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

The Denton County Sheriff's Office handled 1,032 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies it serves, and 41 people were booked into Denton County Jail. 

Denton police handled 166 calls for service and made 14 arrests.

Denton firefighters responded to 19 medical calls, one vehicle accident and one smoke scare.