Wednesday, June 20, 2018

500 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3855 – A man stated he had an argument with his daughter and she invited her mother over knowing she’s not wanted on the property. Complainant only wanted his ex-wife to leave the property.

COUNTY ROAD 4430 AT FARM ROAD 2264 – A vehicle was located parked at an oilfield gate. An intoxicated man was asleep with the doors open. He was arrested for public intoxication.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3384 – The suspect and victim argued over the suspect not obeying the rules. The suspect punched the victim’s vehicle causing damage. The suspect was arrested for criminal mischief.

FARM ROAD 1658 AT COUNTY ROAD 1560 – First complainant reported having charcoal lighter fluid sprayed on her and being threatened, which was determined to be unfounded. The second complainant said the woman sprayed him with mace. She came to jail.

300 BLOCK OF PARADISE CANYON CIRCLE – Complainant reported a company intentionally dumping a large amount of paint onto the roadway.

1500 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 718 – An RV not yet reported stolen out of Justin was recovered by the owner. An offense report was filed with Denton County Sheriff’s Office.

400 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 2698 – A woman reported someone she knows used her credit card without permission.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 2358 – Complainant believes sister stole a PS2 station and moved to San Antonio.

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 3592 – A woman said her husband was angry and began throwing items about the residence. No physical violence and no threats occurred. Parties were separated for the night.

200 BLOCK OF LEXINGTON CIRCLE – Complainant advised an underage drinking party was happening at the location. Upon arrival, parents were contacted and juveniles were released to go home.

1600 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1560 – A man stated a known person kicked his door and then attempted to hit him with a baseball bat. The suspect was located at his home in Bridgeport after he contacted 911 to give his side of the story, which matched the complainant’s accounts of the incident. The suspect was arrested for burglary of a habitation and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4591 – The complainant wanted to report his firearm was stolen from his vehicle on June 3. He was arrested for a sheriff’s office warrant.

Monday, June 18, 2018

1000 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4790 – A dispute took place over property the ex-roommate was removing. Both parties were referred to civil court.

100 BLOCK OF PRIVATE ROAD 4443 – A vehicle has been missing since Friday, June 15.

900 BLOCK OF GEORGETTA LANE – A woman advised she wanted her brother-in-law removed from her and her husband’s place of business. It was later determined that the brother-in-law owns 49 percent of the complainant’s company.

100 BLOCK OF SHOSHONE TRAIL – Complainant stated that between 10 and 10:30 a.m. someone opened the left front door of his 2000 Ford F-250 pickup. He said it appears nothing was taken.

9000 BLOCK OF SOUTH FARM ROAD 730 – Someone shooting recklessly damaged the complainant’s vehicle.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

100 BLOCK OF PRAIRIE TRAIL – Complainant advised someone stole property from her locked vehicle.

200 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 1870 – A man reported someone he knew stole several items.

200 BLOCK OF PRIVATE LANE – Complainant reported he believes his neighbor broke glass bottles in his driveway.

12200 BLOCK OF WEST TEXAS 199 – A woman reported her fiance was screaming, hitting things and being threatening towards her and his sister, which made them concerned for their safety. While on the scene, deputy observed the man acting out. He was charged with failing to notify a change of address.

200 BLOCK OF HIGHLAND DRIVE – Complainant reported someone stole tools from the property.

Thursday, June 14, 2018

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4657 – A woman was arrested for a sheriff’s office warrant.

CPS OFFICE – Deputy was dispatched to CPS office to serve a woman with civil papers. While en route, the deputy was advised that the woman was the suspect for a stolen vehicle. The woman was found in the stolen vehicle and arrested for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and served civil papers.

2800 BLOCK OF FARM ROAD 718 – An anonymous complainant advised that multiple people were fighting at his neighbor’s home and he had heard what sounded like multiple gun shots. Upon arrival, deputies met with three people who were not forthcoming with information. Deputies did not observe any signs of a fight or shell casings on the property or with the three people still remaining on the property.

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

300 BLOCK OF CABALLO WAY – Complainant reported her boyfriend refused to leave. Parties agreed to separate.

300 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4853 – A man stated he met a girl online whom he believed to be his girlfriend. His girlfriend requested more than $20,000. He sent the money to her. Consequently, his bank account reflected the negative balance for which the bank is holding him responsible.

100 BLOCK OF STADIUM – A man was arrested for an outstanding sheriff’s office warrant.

100 BLOCK OF BILBY – A person with a sheriff’s office warrant was located and arrested.

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

100 BLOCK OF COUNTY ROAD 4852 – A woman advised she came outside and observed the doors to three pickups and her shop building open. Complainant advised the only thing missing is approximately $20 in loose change.

WISE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE – A known person left in the complainant’s rental car without permission.

800 BLOCK OF CUBA – A man stated he was assaulted by his ex-girlfriend when she looked through his phone and found photos of other women.

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – A woman reported her ex-husband from 18 years prior called and left her a harassing voicemail.

Monday, June 11, 2018

SHERIFF’S OFFICE – A woman reported someone fraudulently duplicated her business checks and passed them as their own.

CENTRAL AVENUE – A deputy made a traffic stop for no seatbelt. The driver was driving with license suspended. He also had a warrant. He was arrested.

100 BLOCK OF HAWKINS WAY – A man walked out of the Pilot store without his phone. He was advised it was not a theft if he left it.