A man was arrested on drug charges Wednesday after police pulled over a vehicle, in which he was a passenger, for having outstanding warrants and an expired registration near the 600 block of Interstate 35E.
A woman, 37, was also arrested on outstanding warrants for failure to maintain financial responsibility and no driver's license.
Police said the woman was driving an older model Infiniti in the southbound lanes of Fort Worth Drive when officers pulled her over on the warrant and expired registration. The registration had been expired since 2014, the police report said.
The vehicle was eventually towed from the scene because the driver didn't have insurance. Both occupants were taken to Denton City Jail. The man was charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of a dangerous drug.
The report did not specify the reason for the drugs charges.
400 block of Bernard Street — A 23-year-old woman said someone entered her apartment at the Oaks of Denton on Wednesday and stole a pistol, according to a police report. Police said there is one suspect, but the report did not provide a description. No arrests were made.
700 block of North Locust Street — The owner of Discount Trophies said a suspect broke into the storage building behind his business between Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning and left feces inside, according to a police report.
The man believed it was transients trying to seek shelter from the rain, the report said. No arrests were made.
4200 block of Redstone Road — A 54-year-old woman told police Wednesday that someone had been calling her home phone multiple times in the last month and making sexual comments.
The caller sounded "as though he was masturbating," according to the police report. The woman could not identify a potential suspect, and no arrests were made.
3000 block of North Bell Avenue — A routine traffic stop led to a 35-year-old man's arrest Wednesday when police charged him with possession of marijuana and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.
Police initially pulled him over because he had a broken tail light that appeared to be covered with tape. The report did not elaborate on the circumstances surrounding the man's charges.
From 7 a.m. Wednesday to 7 a.m. Thursday:
The Denton County Sheriff's Office handled 924 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies it serves, and 28 people were booked into Denton County Jail.
Denton firefighters responded to 14 medical calls and one police assist.
Denton police handled 139 calls for service and made 10 arrests.