Two people in their mid-20s were killed Sunday morning when their vehicles collided on U.S. Highway 380, police said.
Devron Kennedy, 24, of Little Elm and Josiane Alexander, 25, of Denton were identified Monday by the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office as the only victims of the crash. They were both pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, in a stretch of the highway near Lewisville Lake, police said.
The Little Elm Police Department is investigating what caused the crash. A spokesman for the department did not return phone calls Monday seeking an update on the investigation.
Woman’s car reported stolen while on Fry Street
A woman told police Sunday that someone took her car while she was at a bar on Fry Street, according to a police report.
The report shows that the woman put down her keys and wallet on a bar table while she played a game of pool. She later noticed the keys were missing. When she arrived at her parking spot, the woman realized the vehicle was missing, police said.
Police said they have filed a stolen vehicle report and assigned an investigator to the case.
200 block of Fry Street — Police obtained a warrant for the arrest of a man who allegedly cut a man with a knife during an argument Sunday morning, according to a police report.
The report indicates that the argument began when the man refused to leave the victim’s apartment. During the argument, one of the men took out a folding knife, which he allegedly used to cut the victim’s arm.
The man fled the scene, but police said they were able to identify the suspect by interviewing witnesses. Police used this evidence to obtain a warrant for the man’s arrest, said Bryan Cose, a police spokesman.
600 block of Fort Worth Drive — A man was driven to a hospital Saturday after he was injured in a fight involving four people, according to a police report.
Police said that two men were crossing Fort Worth Drive when two other men hopped out of a passing car. The men began fighting for a reason unknown to police. Police found a knife at the scene. The man had lacerations on his nose, but police said they’re unsure whether he was cut with the knife.
Police initially responded to the area on a call reporting that men were in the street fighting.
From 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Monday:
- The Denton County Sheriff’s Office handled 2,470 service and officer-initiated calls for the agencies it serves.
- The Denton Police Department handled 434 service and officer-initiated calls and made 37 arrests.
- Denton firefighters responded to 84 medical calls and eight vehicle crashes.