Corinth police are looking for a robbery suspect who is considered "armed and dangerous" after getting away with an undisclosed amount of cash Monday from a Wells Fargo bank in the 4000 block of FM2181, according to Lt. Jimmie Gregg, a spokesman for the department.
Police said the suspect entered the bank at about 9:40 a.m. Monday and passed a note to the teller demanding money. He implied he had a weapon, police said, but he never displayed a firearm.
Witnesses described the suspect as a black man, at least 5 feet, 11 inches tall, with a slender build. They said he wore dark sunglasses, a leather jacket, blue jeans and covered his hair with a white baseball cap with blue lettering.
Gregg said he could not discuss the amount of cash the man got away with. The suspect fled on foot, and no injuries were reported.
800 block of East Sherman Drive — A man claimed to be wrestling a bag of drugs from his girlfriend Saturday night after the woman said he kicked, choked and punched her at a north Denton home.
The woman reported the incident at about 3 p.m. Sunday, saying she "may have cracked a rib" during the assault the previous night, according to the police report.
When police arrived at the home, they discovered she had two black eyes, a bruise on her mouth and a bruise on her cheek. She said her boyfriend held her down, choked her with one hand and punched her in the face with the other. She also said he kicked her.
The man claimed he tried to wrestle drugs away from her because he didn't want them in the house. Denton police are still investigating the matter, and no arrests were made.
1100 block of East Hickory Street — A woman found an intoxicated 39-year-old man passed out on her front lawn Sunday afternoon at a home in central Denton.
He was taken to Denton City Jail on charges of public intoxication and possession of drug paraphernalia.
From 7 a.m. Monday to 7 a.m. Friday:
Denton County agencies booked 109 people into the county jail.
Denton police handled 456 calls for service and made 56 arrests.
Denton firefighters handled 76 medical calls, five vehicle crashes, one passenger vehicle fire and one cooking fire.