Wednesday, May 15, 2013


Boys' prank ends in threats

Two boys came to their mother Tuesday after a prank that "went viral" on UTube then went wrong.
The mother told police that the boys and a friend played a prank at the Denton day labor site Saturday and filmed it. They uploaded it to the popular video site and numerous people watched it. But then the boys began receiving threatening comments on the site and tweets on Twitter accounts. The mother is afraid the boys will come to harm.

Other reports

2700 West University Drive - Police continue to investigate a crime that occurred about 8:30 p.m. Monday. Officers responded to the WalMart parking lot after a man called to report that he and a friend were being held at knifepoint in a Green Ford Focus there. After an investigation the officers arrested three men on charges of aggravated kidnapping and Dallas and Lewisville warrants. The victims, ages 26 and 28, were from Lewisville and Dallas. No more information was listed on the report.

5700 block of Mills Road - Several people called police about 4:30 p.m. Monday to report that one of their neighbors was outside with a shotgun shooting cats and confronting people. They last saw him with a pistol, according to the report. The report listed another man as being arrested for fighting in public, but there was no word on whether they ever found the suspect.

700 block of Fort Worth Drive - A man called police about 12:30 p.m. Monday to report that a convenience store clerk chased him with a piece of wood.

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