Monday, July 1, 2013

The cop shop

                                 THE COP SHOP

 Ice cream vendor robbed

Denton police arrested a 19-year-old man Saturday evening after an ice cream cart vendor identified him as the robber who took his money at gunpoint. The vendor called about 8 p.m. from the 9100 block of Teasley Lane. He said he was pushing his cart through a mobile home park when a man came out of one of the trailers and put a pistol to his head. The man demanded his cash, the vendor said, and he handed over $170. Then the man ran away. He was able to show officers which trailer the man exited and to describe him. Officers found the suspect and charged him with aggravated robbery.

Other reports

Cooper Creek at Mingo Road - An officer stopped a car about 1:30 a.m. Sunday on a traffic violation. During his investigation he found marijuana belonging to the 25-year-old driver, methamphetamines and several items of drug paraphernalia belonging to a 35-year-old female passenger  and a switchblade knife and glass pipe belonging to a 21-year-old male passenger. He took them all to jail on various drug and weapons-related charges.
100 block of West University Drive - A man walked into CVS Pharmacy Friday and indicated to employees that he had a gun hidden in his clothing. He demanded cash and was given money from the register. Then he fled on foot. An investigation is continuing.

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