Wednesday, June 12, 2013

                                  THE COP SHOP

Four arrested after fight

Denton officers responding to a report of a fight in the pool area of an apartment complex in the 1900 block of Sam Bass Street Tuesday evening arrested two men and two women. All four were charged with public intoxication and fighting in public.There was no indication in the report of why the fight started. But when the officers got the suspects to the jail, one of them started fighting with the officers and one officer was forced to tase him to subdue him. The man then reached for another officer's taser but was prevented from taking it. He was also charged with attempting to take the officer's weapon and two counts of assault on a police officer. All remained in jail Wednesday afternoon.

Other reports

1900 block of Audra Lane - An officer was twice dispatched to a domestic disturbance Tuesday but both times the suspect ran away when officers arrived. The second time, the officer concealed himself nearby and when the man returned he caught him. The suspect was high on K2, according to the report. He was charged with public intoxication and evading arrest.

4500 block of Dogwood Street - Officers still are sorting out the stories of men who argued over a vehicle trade and caused an accident Tuesday, according to a police report. Officers who were called to the house about 10 p.m. found two men there who did not live there. One of them said he traded his Dodge truck to the resident of the house for a BMW. But the key to the Beemer broke off in the ignition and the key he had made did not work, he said. So he wanted to trade back, but the other man didn't want to do that. So the first man took along a friend to help him get his truck back. The resident was sitting in the truck when they arrived and the friend confronted him. He drove away. So the friend jumped into the Beemer and chased after the Dodge. He wound up striking the truck with the car. The man driving the Dodge then drove to the police department to make his own report. An investigation is continuing.

4700 block of Bonnie Brae Street - A woman reported to police Tuesday afternoon that someone used her personal identification information to transfer $15,550 from a corporate account for their own use. The bank has refunded the woman's money, she said, but she wants the criminal caught and punished. 


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