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Blotter: Denton police look for suspect in sexual assaults near UNT campus
Denton police are investigating a string of sexual assaults and attempted sexual assaults near the northwest side of the UNT campus, according to an official notice.
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Blotter: Police check on two young children soliciting help from strangers
Blotter: Police investigate report of improper student-teacher relationship at Ryan High
According to Denton police spokesman Shane Kizer, a Ryan High staff member reported the incident involving a male substitute teacher and a 17-year-old female student to an administrator Wednesday morning. Police would not identify the suspect.
Blotter: Man arrested after threatening bartender
The report said a gun was drawn during the exchange, but officers declined to make any arrests after looking at video footage. 3300 block of Country Club Road — Police are investigating the burglary of a vehicle and house that occurred early Sunday morning in a south Denton neighborhood.
Blotter: Wife pushed after finding husband in bed with another woman
The husband left the scene in his black GMC pickup before police arrived, and no arrests were made. 500 block of Inman Street — Denton police are still investigating a report of a person with a gun after they arrested a 24-year-old man Thursday on charges of unlawful carrying of a weapon and possession of marijuana.
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Blotter: Defendant flees from Denton County Courts Building
A defendant who has been convicted of assault is still at large after fleeing from the Denton County Courts Building on Tuesday, authorities said.
Blotter: Man arrested for unrelated warrants after scuffle with girlfriend
The police report contained no details about possible forced entry into her home or any other potential suspects. 5700 block of Eagle Mountain Drive — A 20-year-old woman told police Friday that somebody tried to break into her car overnight.
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Blotter: Man suffers neck cut during argument over politics
Denton police tried to contact the business' representative, but they could not find any information, the report said. No arrests were made. 2500 block of Yellowstone Place — An unidentified suspect set off an alarm inside Ginnings Elementary School on Wednesday after smoking marijuana in the school, according to a police report.