A 26-year-old man was hospitalized Sunday after his girlfriend allegedly stabbed him with a pair of scissors at a south Denton home in the 2800 block of Country Club Road, according to a police report.
The man's injuries were not life-threatening, and he has since been released from the hospital. The girlfriend, meanwhile, would not open the door for police officers when they tried to contact her.
The officers decided against forcing entry into the home, the report said, and no arrests were made.
2700 block of West University Drive — No arrests have been made in an alleged hit-and-run Sunday afternoon in a Walmart parking lot, according to police.
No one was injured in the crash. Police said a tan Chevrolet truck hit a silver Honda Accord in the parking lot and fled the scene at around 3 p.m. The collision caused the Honda's rear bumper to fall off, resulting in more than $200 in damage.
Witnesses said the suspect fled eastbound on West University Drive. Police obtained video surveillance footage of the suspect's vehicle from Walmart and Sam's Club.
3900 block of Teasley Lane — An employee of a Walmart Neighborhood Market used someone else's debit card to buy food and gas Sunday after the suspect found the person's wallet in the store, according to police.
He was caught on video surveillance footage using the card, Denton police spokesman Bryan Cose said. The report did not specify whether he had been working at the time.
When police responded to the theft call at about 1 p.m., the employee admitted he stole the wallet and used the card, the report said. He was cited for theft under $100.
1100 block of East University Drive — Employees at Metzler's Food and Beverage on Sunday found a man passed out in a store bathroom with a syringe in his arm, according to a police report.
The 31-year-old man was taken to Denton City Jail on a charge of possession of heroin. He also had an outstanding warrant for violating parole.
2700 block of West University Drive — A man said a suspect stole a $99 air compressor out of the back of his truck on Sunday while it was parked in front of Walmart, according to a report.
There may be a witness, as someone left information about the suspect's vehicle on the victim's truck, police said. No arrests were made.
From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday:
Denton County law enforcement agencies booked 158 people into Denton County Jail.
Denton police handled 424 calls for service and made 30 arrests.
Denton firefighters responded to 29 medical calls, one vehicle accident and two building fires.